A workshop at the end of Wiley Woods Way in Walpole, along with a bus and two trucks outside the workshop, burned Monday, May 21.
South Bristol’s Gamage Shipyard has been working for the past two years to transform an International 3800 Bluebird school bus into a recreational vehicle, office, and wedding dress showroom.
Thousands of small fish are making their annual voyage through the Damariscotta Mills Fish Ladder, risking sea gulls and fishermen on the climb to Damariscotta Lake, where they will spawn.
LincolnHealth Safety Specialist and Emergency Preparedness Coordinator Megan Melville was recently named Outstanding Emergency Manager of the Year.
Main Street Grocery owners Jane and Gary Gravel cut the ribbon at the store’s grand opening Friday, May 4.
High school freshman Wyatt Flower and his grandfather, Ken Flower, will open Sweet Georgia BBQ in Bristol on Saturday, May 12.
The organization Our Town has taken its case against the development of 435 Main St. in Damariscotta to Maine Superior Court.
The Bristol Board of Selectmen reviewed a draft design of a town flag, created by vexillologist Dave Martucci, on Wednesday, May 2.
More than 300 people attended the grand reopening of the Central Lincoln County YMCA in Damariscotta the afternoon of Sunday, April 29.
The South Portland-based lobster trap manufacturer Sea Rose Trap Co. has teamed up with Bristol resident Mike Prior to open a new location in Lincoln County.
Architectural designer Adam Maltese, of Damariscotta, is building a new business, A. Maltese Design.
A Newcastle couple plans to open a home-based dinner restaurant, The Patio, on Poorhouse Cove in South Bristol this spring.
A Regional Rubbish Removal Inc. garbage truck became entangled in a low-hanging power line while backing into a driveway at 70 Lincoln Lane in Newcastle on Wednesday, April 25.
Bristol voters will decide the future of the Bristol Mills Dam and fish ladder in June.