A small group of Damariscotta residents gathered at Great Salt Bay Community School on Thursday, Nov. 16 to discuss how the town should regulate recreational marijuana businesses.
A Damariscotta Planning Board member chose not to stand during the Pledge of Allegiance at the beginning of the board’s meeting Monday, Nov. 13.
A Damariscotta man was transported to the hospital after he fell asleep and his pickup truck crashed into a tree the evening of Wednesday, Nov. 15.
Members of the Lincoln Academy Board of Trustees are asking the towns of AOS 93 to contribute additional funding beyond the state-established tuition rate.
Damariscotta River Grill co-owners and husband-and-wife team Rick Hirsch and Jean Kerrigan have listed both the business and the building, at 151-155 Main St. in Damariscotta, with Swan Agency Sotheby’s International Realty for $2.25 million.
The Damariscotta Planning Board unanimously voted to rule the application for the 435 Main St. development complete at its meeting Monday, Nov. 13. The board plans to take up the applicant’s waiver request regarding the location of some parking spaces at its next meeting, in December.
As owner of South Bristol-based JK Custom Woodworking, no two projects are the same for Jonathan “Jon” Kelsey.
A new science program at Great Salt Bay Community School is getting students out of the classroom, while also bringing in members of the community.
A local restaurateur and son of a Damariscotta restaurant owner will soon open a new, Thai-inspired bar and grill in the former home of Salt Bay Cafe in downtown Damariscotta.
Damariscotta voters rejected a moratorium that would have placed a temporary ban on retail development larger than 2,500 square feet at the polls Tuesday, Nov. 7.
Damariscotta voters elected Louis “Lou” Abbotoni to the Damariscotta Board of Selectmen on Tuesday, Nov. 7.
A tractor-trailer in the process of unloading agricultural lime at the Damariscotta River Association’s Great Salt Bay Farm and Heritage Center in Damariscotta tipped over the morning of Monday, Nov. 6. No injuries were reported, according to the Damariscotta Police Department.
Firefighters from seven local departments battled a fire at 492 Lowelltown Road in Wiscasset the morning of Sunday, Nov. 5. The single occupant of the mobile home was able to exit the building safely and was brought to a local hospital for evaluation.
For 16 years, Kami Peaslee has greeted Great Salt Bay Community School students at the beginning of each school year as a classroom teacher. This year, she stood at GSB’s front door welcoming students as their assistant principal.
Damariscotta residents will have a choice between five candidates to fill a single vacancy on the board of selectmen at the polls Tuesday, Nov. 7.