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Waldoboro, Maine is located in Lincoln County. Zip codes in Waldoboro, ME include 04572. The median home price in Waldoboro is $159,500. More Waldoboro information.

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Kindergarteners enjoy learning with iPads

Teacher Kristi Todd uses a combination of iPads, projectors, books and videos to align all her learning activities to the Common Core State Standard.

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Wed Apr 16, 2014

Herald Gazette

Waldoboro Police blotter

Waldoboro Police officers responded to 155 calls for service between April 7 and 14. Below are a few of the highlights: Bartunek arrested Stephen Parece, 28, of Jefferson, on a warrant and summoned him for a violation of conditional release and operating a motor vehicle while suspended or revoked.

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The Harbor Times Soup

Truck Driver Otr/Regional CDL Class a

Northeast Transport, a dynamic and growing truckload carrier based in Waldoboro, seeks quality regional, OTR, & team drivers.

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Tue Apr 15, 2014

Lincoln County News

Newcastle to Appoint Town Administrator

The Newcastle Board of Selectmen is going to promote longtime Town Clerk Lynn Maloney to the position of town administrator.

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Herald Gazette

Easter Bunny to hop into Waldoboro

Children will be able to welcome the Easter Bunny prior to the start of the Easter Egg Hunt, and he will remain for photos after all the eggs have been collected.

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Mon Apr 14, 2014

Lincoln County News

Stolen Car Recovered in Waldoboro but in Rough Shape

A car stolen from Rockland last week was found in Waldoboro April 13 as law enforcement were investigating an unrelated matter on Old County Road, according to Waldoboro Police Chief Bill Labombarde.

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Bangor Daily News

Lincoln County man charged with sexual abuse of a minor

A Waldoboro man has been charged with sexual abuse of a minor after information came to light about two incidents that allegedly happened in 2012 in Belfast City Park.

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Sat Apr 12, 2014

Capital Weekly

Midcoast lens: That time of year...

April has arrived, that means lots of things are finally happening. The weather is warmer, the snow is gone, the grass is getting green - and Dorman's Dairy Dream in Thomaston is getting ready to open.

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Fri Apr 11, 2014

Lincoln County News

Shellfish Processing Plant Plans Postponed

The construction of a shellfish processing plant originally planned to be built in Bremen this year is being put off, according to John "Boe" Marsh, owner of Community Shellfish LLC. The company's new plant is planned for the site formerly occupied by the Hockomock Bottling Company on Route 32. Marsh had the old building torn down last fall, ... (more)

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Herald Gazette

Volunteers needed for trail cleanup

After a long, hard winter everyone is ready to hit the trails. But, this past winter was tough on the trails and they need some help.

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Bangor Daily News

License plates from stolen Rockland car found near location other plates were taken in Waldoboro

The license plates from the stolen 2001 four-door sedan were found Wednesday in Waldoboro, near where a resident reported someone had stolen the license plates from her vehicle, according to Rockland Deputy Police Chief Wally Tower.

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Thu Apr 10, 2014

Herald Gazette

Annual Dessert Theater

Medomak Valley Players present their favorite "Fractured Fairy Tales" in Ronald Dolloff Auditorium, and serve pie from Moody's Diner during intermission in the cafeteria, of Medomak Valley High School, Manktown Road, Waldoboro.

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Capital Weekly

Public hearing set on solid waste ordinance

An executive session held April 2 with selectmen from Waldoboro, Friendship and Cushing has resulted in the setting of a public hearing.

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Wed Apr 09, 2014

Lincoln County News

Waldoboro to Keep Enforcing Waste Ordinance

By Dominik Lobkowicz Though a recent letter from a local waste hauling company's attorney threatened a lawsuit if Waldoboro enforces its waste and recycling ordinance, Town Manager Linda-Jean Briggs said the town can and will continue enforcement.

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Capital Weekly

Waldoboro Police blotter

Waldoboro Police officers responded to 197 calls for service between March 31 and April 6. Below are a few of the highlights: Officer Thomas Bartunek investigated a crash on Genthner Road at 7:09 p.m. Michelle Collamore, 40, of Waldoboro, was traveling in a 2012 Toyota sedan when she swerved to avoid a deer crossing the road.

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Tue Apr 08, 2014

Capital Weekly

Empty Bowl Supper/Dessert Auction

The 12th annual Empty Bowl Supper food pantry benefit takes place in the cafeteria of Medomak Valley High School, Manktown Road, Waldoboro.

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Bangor Daily News

Trekkers Hires New Development Assistant

Trekkers, an outdoor-based youth mentoring organization, welcomes Alaina Ennamorati as its new Development Assistant.

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Mon Apr 07, 2014

Capital Weekly

Smeltzer takes top honors in speech competition

Students from grades 11 and 12 participated in the annual MVHS Philbrook Speech Competition held in the Ronald E. Dolloff auditorium April 3. Students spoke on speech topics of their interest and passion to persuade and call to action an audience of their peers, teachers, parents, and special guests.

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Herald Gazette

Young receives Principal's Award

Waldoboro's Amanda Young of Warren, a senior at Medomak Valley High School, was recently selected by Principal Harold Wilson to receive the 2014 Principal's Award.

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Bangor Daily News

Report: Speeding Waldoboro woman told deputy she thought she could lose him

A 32-year-old Waldoboro woman is behind bars after she reportedly told police after a traffic stop that she thought she could lose the officer by speeding.

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