A New Hampshire woman sustained non-life-threatening injuries after she crashed her car into the Wiscasset municipal building sign the evening of Friday, July 13.
The volunteers behind the Whitefield Library, at the Arlington Grange in North Whitefield, are researching the possibility of buying the building from the Grange.
A “whimsical” new addition opened at 77 Main St. in Newcastle on June 9, as Amanda “A.J.” Kras established a brick-and-mortar location for her botanical and gardening store, The Beach Plum Co.
The Waldoboro Planning Board got its first look at a proposal for a farm stand and wellness store at Cider Hill Farm, near downtown Waldoboro, Wednesday, June 13.
Split Rock Distilling co-owners Topher Mallory and Matt Page now have a new business operating out of the distillery’s headquarters in the red barn at 16 Osprey Point Road in Newcastle.
Consigning Women, of Damariscotta, will move into the Parker Interiors building in downtown Newcastle in mid-September.
The Edgecomb Board of Selectmen plans to make a decision regarding the town’s contracted ambulance service at its next meeting, Monday, June 18.
After months of discussion and several meetings, more than 40 Edgecomb residents approved the purchase of a new fire truck with no comment during a special town meeting Monday, June 4.
Nobleboro native Brendan Parsons will kick off his Newcastle raw bar’s first full season with a new name during its grand reopening Saturday, June 2.
Almost every day, someone driving along Route 1 will pull off onto the Dodge Road in Edgecomb to see what’s going on at Twisted Iron Customs, owner Mike Benner said.
Edgecomb residents will soon vote on the purchase of a new fire truck after an overwhelmingly positive conversation during the annual town meeting Saturday, May 19.
Damariscotta Fire Chief John Roberts’ first haircut in 2018 raised more than $1,400 for the Central Lincoln County Ambulance Service.
For John and Sarah McNeil, the thought of one day starting and owning their own brewery had, for a long time, been just a dream the couple would talk about from time to time.
Bristol Fire and Rescue recently recognized a New Harbor couple for their combined 100 years of service to the department.
An increasing need for a haircut inspired a local fire chief to raise money for the Central Lincoln County Ambulance Service.