A local father and son with 62 years of service to the U.S. military between them visited veterans memorials in Washington, D.C. with Honor Flight Maine last month.
The new owners of the Squire Tarbox Inn on Westport Island have renovated the historic building inside and out and are excitedly welcoming customers for their first season in business.
Westport Island will appeal a justice’s decision in a lawsuit against the town and will allow the painting of a mural on the foundation of the sand shed, voters decided at town meeting Saturday, June 23.
The Wiscasset Board of Selectmen accepted the resignations of Police Chief Jeffrey Lange, Code Enforcement Officer Stan Waltz, and Harbor Master Levon Travis on Tuesday, June 19.
The five candidates for three seats on the Wiscasset Board of Selectmen fielded questions about the Maine Department of Transportation’s downtown project, the future of Wiscasset Middle High School, and several other town issues during a forum at the municipal building Thursday, May 31.
A Monday, May 7 meeting of the public advisory committee for the Maine Department of Transportation’s downtown project grew heated at times, with emotional comments from the public.
The Wiscasset House of Pizza will soon open at 74 Flood Ave., on Route 1.
The town of Wiscasset will receive $400,000 from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to clean up four of the former Mason Station properties.
Huber’s Market and Ship’s Chow Hall, on Route 1 in Wiscasset, are for sale. The market closed the week of April 16, but the restaurant remains open.
The Marketplace Cafe, on Route 1 in Wiscasset, will have a change of ownership May 1. Few customers will likely notice the change, as the restaurant will have the same cooks, the same servers, and the same menu with a few additions.
The Wiscasset Board of Selectmen voted to dismiss the town’s lawsuit against the Maine Department of Transportation without prejudice Tuesday, April 24.
With voter turnout higher than the turnout for last year’s town meeting, more than 65 percent of Wiscasset voters said no, 578-303, to continuing the town’s lawsuit against the Maine Department of Transportation on Tuesday, April 17.
Wiscasset voters will decide whether to continue the town’s lawsuit against the Maine Department of Transportation in a referendum Tuesday, April 17.
Wiscasset School Department Superintendent Dr. Heather Wilmot will resign at the end of the school year after three years as the head of the department.
About 100 people attended a public hearing at the Wiscasset Community Center on Tuesday, April 3 regarding Wiscasset’s upcoming referendum vote on whether to continue a lawsuit against the Maine Department of Transportation.