Four Lincoln County natives spoke about their experiences in returning to their birthplace and becoming the next generation of business owners in the Twin Villages in the Porter Meeting Hall of Skidompha Library the evening of Tuesday, May 23.
Two Damariscotta residents have declared themselves write-in candidates for the Damariscotta Board of Selectmen.
Two of Richard Chutter’s biggest passions in life are sailing and inventing. After combining the two and successfully applying for a patent, Chutter hopes to find someone to help him complete a prototype of his design for a high-performing sailboat.
The Damariscotta Region Chamber of Commerce celebrated its accomplishments in the past year and presented awards during its annual meeting in the Lincoln Academy Alumni Dining Commons the evening of Thursday, May 18.
A spring networking event drew caterers, florists, and other vendors from across the state to Duck Puddle Campground in Nobleboro on Tuesday, May 16. While the event typically takes place at French’s Point in Stockton Springs, it moved to Nobleboro this year to feature the campground’s new event venue.
Brendan Parsons is one step closer to opening his raw bar and retail shop at 68 Main St. in Newcastle after the Newcastle Planning Board approved his application during its meeting Thursday, May 18.
The town of Damariscotta has received another donation for its waterfront improvement project from an anonymous donor.
In response to renewed interest in commercial development in town, the Damariscotta Board of Selectmen will hold a workshop to discuss recent developments June 7.
Fifteen voters approved Damariscotta’s 2017-2018 secondary education budget during a special town meeting at the town office the evening of Wednesday, May 18.
The driver of a dump truck was not hurt when the vehicle went off the road and struck a tree on Route 32 in Round Pond the morning of Friday, May 19.
At the end of the school year, South Bristol’s eighth-graders won’t be the only ones departing South Bristol School. Connie Kennedy, the school’s administrative assistant, will retire June 30 after 33 years at SBS.
Members of Democratic leadership joined state Rep. Mick Devin, D-Newcastle, to present Democrats’ alternative to Gov. Paul LePage’s biennial budget proposal during a town hall-style forum in the Porter Meeting Hall at Skidompha Library the evening of Thursday, May 4.
Marianne Pinkham said her departure from Spectrum Generations Coastal Community Center in Damariscotta should not be viewed as a retirement, but rather a graduation, as she will continue her efforts in senior advocacy in the community.
For the second time in three years, a teacher from Great Salt Bay Community School has been selected as the Lincoln County Teacher of the Year.
Commercial development in Damariscotta was the topic of two separate meetings the evening of Wednesday, May 3. More than 40 area residents attended a community conversation hosted by Our Town Damariscotta in the Porter Meeting Hall at Skidompha Library, while the topic also surfaced across town during the Damariscotta Board of Selectmen’s meeting at the town office.