Calvin and Marjorie Dodge, of Damariscotta, were given two honors Wednesday, June 13 at Damariscotta’s annual town meeting: one planned, one a surprise.
Hundreds of people celebrated the life of Isabelle Manahan at the Damariscotta River Association’s Great Salt Bay Farm in Damariscotta on a sunny Thursday morning, June 14.
The Friends of Colonial Pemaquid, a volunteer organization that promotes Colonial Pemaquid’s historical significance, was started by “three powerful women” 25 years ago, in October 1993, according to 95-year-old founding member Bob Howell.
Isabelle Manahan’s bright smile and ability to bring joy to others were mentioned often during a candlelight vigil honoring her life Monday, June 11.
Newcastle residents approved the comprehensive plan with a 391-180 vote Tuesday, June 12.
The Newcastle Board of Selectmen will ask the Maine Department of Transportation to evaluate the speed limits on six town roads after receiving a letter from 8-year-old Max Blake about speeding on Timber Lane.
Newcastle voters will decide whether to authorize the selectmen to open a $1 million line of credit for repairs to Academy Hill and North Newcastle roads during annual town meeting Monday, June 18.
A portable toilet at Osier’s Wharf in South Bristol was set on fire early Friday, June 1, according to South Bristol Fire Chief Mark Carrothers.
The Damariscotta Planning Board will hold a public hearing on a proposal to open a medical cannabis, or marijuana, caregiver’s storefront in downtown Damariscotta next month.
Eight months after a devastating fire at 50 Main St. in Newcastle, a new building is nearly complete on the footprint of the old.
A first-ever three-day celebration of Damariscotta region oysters will seek to cement the area’s reputation as the “Napa of oysters,” an organizer says.
A new backpack program at the Ecumenical Food Pantry in Newcastle provides healthy meals and snacks to 60 local children every week.
Two people sustained minor injuries in a two-vehicle accident in front of Hanley’s Market, at the intersection of Route 129 and Route 130 in Bristol, the evening of Thursday, May 31.
“Care didn’t skip a beat,” Dr. Thomas Rice, owner of Midcoast Orthodontics, said of the time between losing his Newcastle location to a fire and opening a new location at 441 Main St. in Damariscotta.