Sarah Payne Stuart is a dyed-in-the-wool New Englander, and the Nobleboro resident will be the first person to say it. In fact, it is Stuart’s incisive, witty writing about what it means to be a New Englander that recently earned her a Guggenheim Fellowship.
Residents and passersby in the immediate area of the two-story, white wooden building at 202 Main St. in Damariscotta may have noticed a subdued hustle and bustle taking place recently in the parking lot behind it as Branches Home Care Inc. moved out of the ground-floor space it had shared with Acasa Hair Salon for the past year and into a new space farther away from downtown on Main Street.
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Peter Fogg has fond memories of hanging out with late Maine artist Mildred Burrage as a 12-year-old in 1969. “My grandmother worked with Mildred Burrage at the Lincoln County Historical Association in Wiscasset, and I would spend time with them at the Lincoln County (1811 Old) Jail museum on Federal Street,” Fogg said in a recent phone interview.