To celebrate the release of the film adaptation of “A Wrinkle in Time,” Skidompha Library in downtown Damariscotta invited families to a Wrinkle in Time Extravaganza on Saturday, March 17.
Around 40 South Bristol residents approved a 43-article warrant in the span of about an hour and a half during the annual town meeting Wednesday, March 14 at South Bristol School.
Bristol residents approved a decision to hire a full-time fire chief during an open town meeting lasting almost four hours on the evening of Tuesday, March 20.
Bruce’s Barbershop, a fixture in downtown Damariscotta for 36 years, has signed a two-year lease to move into a space at 752 Main St., near the intersection of Main Street and Route 1.
Bristol officials presented Carrol Voss, 98, with the Boston Post Cane at his home overlooking the ocean on Sunday, March 11.
First Federal Savings started a donation fund for the Lincoln County Animal Shelter after Anita Hodgdon, who had worked for the bank for 33 years, passed away in January. The bank agreed to match any funds raised.
Damariscotta residents will decide whether to purchase the barbershop building in the municipal parking lot for the construction of public restrooms during a special town meeting Wednesday, March 21.
The Lincoln County Animal Shelter in Edgecomb participated in a successful Puppy Palooza event Saturday, March 3. Seventeen animals found homes, including 12 dogs from Mississippi.
The town of Damariscotta has reached an agreement to purchase the barbershop in the municipal parking lot as the new location for the planned public restrooms.
The municipal parking lot in downtown Damariscotta flooded for the second time in two months during an astronomical high tide Friday, March 2.
The Garage, an auto repair shop owned by Scott Dupuis, opened this past November in Damariscotta.
A new face can be seen working in the window of a downtown Damariscotta shop.