A Wiscasset native who has earned accolades for his work on special effects in Hollywood blockbusters now hopes to direct a film of his own.
Sixty-seven years after Fred Blake established Blake’s Boatyard in 1951, his granddaughter and grandson-in-law have become the third generation to own and run the family business in West Boothbay Harbor.
Fire destroyed a 2 1/2-story barn at 130 George Luce Road in Waldoboro the morning of Saturday, Dec. 15.
Lafayette Hotels has acquired the landmark Pier 1 property in Boothbay Harbor – home to three restaurants, a marina, a shop, and the ticket booths for Cap’n Fish’s boat cruises – from the Blake family, its owner for 57 years.
Medomak Middle School in Waldoboro evacuated students the afternoon of Thursday, Dec. 13 due to a sewer smell in the building.
A station wagon crashed into the side of Crissy’s Breakfast & Coffee Bar in downtown Damariscotta the morning of Thursday, Dec. 13, causing minor injuries to diners and extensive damage to the restaurant.
The Waldoboro Board of Selectmen voted 4-0 to enter into a 15-year lease-purchase agreement for a new ladder truck Tuesday, Dec. 11.
Nearly all of the 60-plus Dresden residents at a special town meeting Monday, Dec. 10 voted to approve the purchase of a 1994 ladder truck and the trade-in of a 1985 fire engine.
A Boothbay Harbor man was not hurt when the pickup truck he was driving rolled over on Route 1 in Edgecomb the morning of Monday, Dec. 10.
A Waldoboro family has relocated their Chinese restaurant from downtown Wiscasset to a bigger space in the town where they have lived since 1995.
Thirteen small businesses will open in Wiscasset on Tuesday, Dec. 11 – each owned and run by an entrepreneur no older than 12.
People to People, the nonprofit in the basement of the Damariscotta Baptist Church that collects and distributes clothes and other items to local people in need, is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year.
Yesterday’s simple pastime of bean-bag toss has been transformed into the competitive and popular lawn sport of cornhole. Sumner Averill, owner of Laid Back Lumber in Wiscasset, got into making cornhole games quite by accident.
William “Bill” Ellsworth, an addiction counselor who worked for more than 20 years to facilitate recovery and reduce recidivism in Lincoln County, has died from injuries sustained in a head-on collision on Route 1 in Nobleboro on Thursday, Dec. 6. He was driving to a group counseling session in Waldoboro.
Sixth-graders at Bristol Consolidated School presented what they have learned about solar energy to the school’s younger students Thursday, Nov. 29, a few months after the school had solar panels installed on its roof.