A Newcastle man has started a new vehicle detailing shop at 74 Biscay Road in Damariscotta.
A sweet addition is coming to Main Street in Damariscotta.
Starting this summer, S. Fernald’s Country Store in Damariscotta will have a new manager with a familiar name.
High levels of participation and community investment helped make the Newcastle Local Planning Committee’s weekend of events and workshops a success, according to Newcastle Local Planning Committee Co-chair Ben Frey.
A Damariscotta couple hopes to bring authentic Mexican cuisine to Newcastle.
The Damariscotta Police Department presented its first Officer of the Year Award on Wednesday, April 20.
The Ludwig Road gravel pit will soon appear on the Dresden Planning Board’s agenda once again, as the Dresden Board of Appeals found the board failed to produce the findings and conclusions used to approve the pit.
The Pemaquid Watershed Association is on the move, but the nonprofit’s headquarters will still be on Main Street in Damariscotta
Newcastle residents will soon have an opportunity to voice their opinions and help shape the town’s new comprehensive plan and land use ordinance.
Bristol Consolidated School is investigating the possibility of installing a solar-energy system at the school.
King Ro Market in Round Pond will be under renovation for the next few months as co-owners B.J. Russell and Lori Crook prepare to add a new seating area to the store.
Town officials and members of the Twin Villages Alliance are working together to explore the possibility of creating a business improvement district in downtown Damariscotta.
A new church recently started holding mid-week services in Damariscotta
Newcastle Town Administrator Lynn Maloney will leave the town office June 30. According to Maloney, the Newcastle Board of Selectmen decided not to renew her contract during an executive session Monday, March 28.