The Central Lincoln County YMCA plans to give land near the Y to Damariscotta to help the town remedy inadvertent violations of grant agreements from the 1980s.
A breeder of olde English bulldogges on Hanna Lane in Bristol raises the animals in a family atmosphere and has earned recognition for its work. After eight years in business, Wicked Good Bulldogges is gaining new recognition for breeding the mascot of Yale University.
Several Colby & Gale Inc. customers received a Valentine’s Day surprise Tuesday, Feb. 14, when the business’s delivery drivers showed up to fill their oil tanks free of charge.
During a career spanning more than three decades, Dr. Allan “Chip” Teel has been able to experience multiple sides of the health-care industry, including as a primary-care physician and a co-founder of seven home-like assisted-living facilities in Lincoln County. Now, in his new role as Eastern Maine Health Systems’ medical director for clinical systems innovation, Teel, of Nobleboro, hopes to fulfill his mission to improve the way society cares for its elders.
Huston Dodge, a living piece of Damariscotta history, passed away Monday, Jan. 30, four months shy of his 100th birthday.
An official from the Maine Department of Transportation will give a presentation about the department’s review of the speed limits along Bristol Road during a meeting of the Damariscotta Board of Selectmen at the town office at 5:30 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 15.
Almost 14 months after purchasing the 31-acre Chapman Farm property at 741 Main St. in Damariscotta, the nonprofit Inn Along the Way Inc. received unanimous planning board approval for its plans to create a senior community.
Damariscotta residents got their first look at a proposal to build Dollar General and Sherwin-Williams stores at the corner of Main Street and Biscay Road during the Damariscotta Planning Board’s meeting Monday, Feb. 6.
Stepping Stone Housing Inc. Executive Director Marilee Harris updated the Damariscotta Planning Board on Monday, Feb. 6 about the nonprofit’s progress toward completion of four items the board had requested before it votes on Stepping Stone’s application for the development of the Blue Haven property. Harris also provided an application the nonprofit will use to screen potential tenants.
After a one-year hiatus from the Bristol Parks and Recreation Commission, Gordon Benner is throwing his hat into the ring for a seat on the commission in the only contested election in Bristol this year.
The Maine Department of Transportation has decided not to move forward with its Sherman Marsh Wetland Bank project, which would have placed conservation easements on properties around the marsh in Newcastle and Edgecomb.
Between preparing for the annual town meeting in March, compiling the municipal budget, and attending various committee meetings, Bristol Town Administrator Christopher “Chris” Hall is “drinking from the fire hose” as he settles into his new post.
The Damariscotta Planning Board will consider an application for the development of a discount store and a home-improvement store at the corner of Main Street and Biscay Road during its next meeting, Monday, Feb. 6.
Every Monday and Tuesday, a group of students at Great Salt Bay Community School willingly gives up their recess to learn a new language.
Damariscotta Police Chief Ron Young has been on non-disciplinary paid administrative leave since Jan. 12, Town Manager Matt Lutkus said Monday, Jan. 23.