Groundwork for the new Dresden Fire Station project has already started. (J Maguire photo)
Edgecomb resident Sid Gammon, standing, speaks out for a town meeting vote on Wiscasset Public Library funding during the selectmen's meeting Monday. Jo and Bruce Cameron are in the foreground. (Greg Foster photo)
Architect Anne Callender holds her design of the new Dresden fire station, the groundwork of which has already started. She is accompanied by Dresden Fire Chief Jerald Lilly, building committee member Phil Johnson, selectmen John Auttum, general contractor Ken LaJoie of LaJoie Brothers, Inc. and second selectman Jamie Rae. Pictured behind the group is the Pownalborough Hall, presently being used as the fire station and to be restored for the town hall. (J Maguire photo)
Something for everyone was at the season's first garage sale at the CLC YMCA. (Kim Fletcher photo)
CLC YMCA Executive Director Craig Wilson has his money bag out; he was wheelin' and dealin'. (Kim Fletcher photo)
The indoor yard sale brought out scads of bargain hunters, and most were not disappointed. (Kim Fletcher photo)
Vendor George Workman had an eclectic table of 'must-haves' to offer. (Kim Fletcher photo)
Members of the Somerville Historical Society will check the Sand Hill School, the inside of which is pictured here, to see if there is anything to salvage for historical preservation. (J Maguire photo)
Somerville residents approved all articles in the municipal budget, also choosing to demolish the Sand Hill School house, during the annual town meeting on March 28. (J Maguire photo)
Democracy in action isn't enough to keep little Nelsen Stevens awake during Newcastle's annual town meeting. The three month old sleeps peacefully in the arms of his mother Erica while his father, Casey argued in favor of the fire department budget.
Waldoboro Police Chief Bill Labombarde started the Drug Abuse Resistance Education (DARE) program with Ms. Lariviere's 5th grade class at the Miller School on Thursday, March 26. Questions addressed in the first few minutes asked students what drugs are and what abuse means. (J Maguire photo)
The Sand Hill School is slated for demolition, following the Somerville annual town meeting on March 28. (J Maguire photo)
A surprised Clerk of Courts Beth Kelley enters the courtroom of Lincoln County Superior Court with her husband Alan, left, who is Assistant Dist. Atty. of Kennebec and Somerset Counties. (Greg Foster photo)
Chief Justice Leigh Saufley, left, of the Maine Supreme Judicial Court in a surprise visit to Lincoln County Superior Court on Friday presents a special performance award to Beth Kelley, Clerk of Superior and Distirct Courts. (Greg Fostoer photo)
Newcastle native son Paul Bryant (right) was formally honored with the dedication of the town report prior to the start of Newcastle's annual town meeting March 31. Bryant is a former Newcastle fire chief and tree warden and has served the town as it harbormaster since 1971. Selectman Lee Straw is on Byrant's right.
Newcastle Fire Chief Clayton Huntley argues for the fire department's recommended $106,000 budget.
Three entrepreneurs, Bill Keller, of Boothbay Harbor, Richard Cash, of Newcastle, and, Ward Wilgus, of Bristol, got together two months ago to form a new business, Weatherization Experts.
District 51 Rep. Jon McKane and Lincoln County EMA director Tim Pellerin share a word during Newcastle's annual town meeting March 31.
Dan and Suzanne Goldenson wanted the town of Bremen to amend the Shoreland Zoning Ordinance that would allow them to build residential structures in a Coastal Fisheries Maritime Activity District, located on Keene Narrows Road in Bremen. The article was defeated during the Bremen annual town meeting on March 28. (J Maguire photo)
Ordinance Review Committee chair Parker Renelt responded to both proposed land use ordinance changes at the annual Bremen town meeting on March 28. He advised the public to vote against proposals to decrease the shoreline setback and to allow residential structures to be built within a commercial fishing zone. (J Maguire photo)
A DVD historical documentary will be available on May 1, in celebration of Whitefield's Bicentennial celebration. (J Maguire photo)
Westport Island conservation commission chairman Bill Hopkins, left, seated with member Dennis Dunbar, reads a draft of comments listing concerns Westport Island has with the Riverbank Power Co. project during this week's selectmen's meeting. (Greg Foster photo)
Wiscasset Public Library trustee Susan Blagden makes a request before Westport Island selectmen for local funds for the library. (Greg Foster photo)
Lloyd Davis Trust Committee members will meet during an April 14 workshop with Waldoboro selectmen to discuss the alewive harvesting on the Medomak River. (J Maguire photo)
Bremen residents packed the Town Center to vote on the 53 articles during the annual town meeting on March 28. (J Maguire photo)
The YMCA Biggest Indoor Yard Sale offered sweets and coffee to shoppers. (Kim Fletcher photo)