Harry Emmons, 101, was recognized as Damariscotta’s eldest resident and presented with the town’s Boston Post Cane on Thursday, July 26.
The Maine Department of Transportation has installed a new plastic barrier at the intersection of Route 1 and Belvedere Road in Damariscotta in an attempt to reduce the number of collisions at the intersection.
A filmmaker interviewed Newcastle artist Glenn Chadbourne for a documentary about blockbuster author Stephen King on Monday, July 30.
McKinley Neuser, 21, had just arrived at her job as a waitress at The Contented Sole in Bristol on Monday, July 30, when she realized that her purse, with about $600 in cash, had disappeared from the basket of her electric scooter.
After 11 years of raising cattle for beef, Jeff and Linda Biden, of Eastern River Cattle Co., recently got out of the cattle business. However, the barn that previously housed the company’s herd will now have a new purpose: storing automobiles.
A LifeFlight helicopter flew a Massachusetts bicyclist to Maine Medical Center in Portland after a collision involving the bicycle and a Subaru on Route 1 in Newcastle the afternoon of Tuesday, July 31.
Georgina “Gina” Rayburn, 98, recalled her days as a store owner in pre-statehood Alaska and a dancer touring with her late husband during a brief ceremony recognizing her as Bristol’s oldest resident Friday, July 20.
In a long-awaited referendum vote, Bristol residents voted overwhelmingly to save the Bristol Mills Dam on Tuesday, July 24.
Rifat Zaidi, an orthopedic surgeon at LincolnHealth’s Miles Campus in Damariscotta, is picking up his camera to give girls in rural Pakistan the opportunity of education.
Paul Landry Co., a Round Pond apparel company inspired by the owner’s grandfather, is opening a showroom after being in business for over a year.
Bristol residents will decide the fate of the Bristol Mills Dam in a referendum vote Tuesday, July 24.
Maine Gov. Paul LePage and First Lady Ann LePage sold their Boothbay home June 29.
Demolition of the former barbershop in downtown Damariscotta to make way for new public restrooms began around 6:45 a.m., Wednesday, July 11.
“It is with the greatest sincerity that I say there could be no place else I would have rather spent the past 24 years,” physical education teacher Liz Giles-Brown said of her career at South Bristol School.
The Damariscotta Planning Board approved an application for a medical cannabis, or marijuana, storefront Monday, July 2, after receiving no comments during a public hearing.