POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED: We are looking for a positive, energetic, organized person with strong people skills. The manager of the LCDC campaign office has responsibilities that revolve around three areas: people, place, and time. ...

The LCDC announced the lineup of speakers for their Frances Perkins Award Dinner on Saturday, May 5, 2018. Three guest speakers will take part in this year’s program: Dr. Christopher N. Breiseth, Hon. Margaret “Peggy” R. Rotundo, and Christopher I. Rice. ...

To the editor: I met Laura Fortman last year, and boy are we lucky to have someone like her running for State Senate District 13. She's got my vote, and I hope she has yours!...

Democratic Party Caucuses are Sunday, March 4. The caucuses are a chance to meet local legislative and other candidates, get involved in a municipal committee, and become a delegate to the state Democratic Convention. ...

The Lincoln County Democratic Committee invites the public to join great food, friendly company and lively discussion at a lasagna dinner on Sunday February 18 from 5-7 pm at Mobius, 319 Main Street in Damariscotta. ...

To the Editor: There are a lot of false claims being made by people who want you to be afraid of the cost and paint as unworthy the 70,000 low income Maine people who would receive healthcare by passing Question 2 on November 7....

In case it is of use, here are some notes from the event as I remember them and a little extra: We had two speakers introduced by Jan John, Community Outreach Committee Chair: Jess Maurer and Steve Raymond. Jesse Maurer is an attorney and Executive Director for Maine Association of Area Agencies on Aging located in Augusta. She is Program Director of the Tri-State Learning Collaborative on Aging and Co-Chair of Maine Council on Aging. She also part of "Harpswell Aging at Home." More information on the Harpswell story. Steve Raymond started nursing since he was 23, I believe. When he lived in California he was director, at different times, of...