A mother and daughter have teamed up to open a food trailer offering a variety of sandwiches and desserts at 928 Route 1 in Newcastle, next to the Sherman Marsh rest area.
Area residents expressed concern about the loss of local control over LincolnHealth that would result from the unification of the MaineHealth system during a public meeting at The 1812 Farm in Bristol Mills on Wednesday, July 12.
While the Newcastle Board of Selectmen continues to support the placement of at least one seasonal speed bump in Damariscotta Mills, the Maine Department of Transportation recently told the town administrator it will not place any speed bumps in the Mills.
A vehicle reported stolen from South Bristol on Thursday, July 13 was recovered in Woburn, Mass. the next day.
Town Manager Matt Lutkus announced in an email to the Damariscotta Board Of Selectmen he has appointed Jason Warlick as Damariscotta’s police chief on Friday, July 14. The selectmen will vote on whether to confirm the appointment during their meeting the evening of Wednesday, July 19.
A local business owner faces a felony theft charge after allegedly stealing a camper from Lake Pemaquid Campground in Damariscotta earlier this week, but said he purchased the camper in what he believed to be a legitimate transaction.
A South Bristol native recently opened Sea Smoke Shop, a store offering handmade glass pipes, vintage ashtrays, and other products on Main Street in Damariscotta.
The Lincoln County Fire Chiefs Association is in the process of creating a strike team of firefighters from departments across the county to respond to major incidents and provide additional manpower around the county.
Two months after receiving approval from the Damariscotta Planning Board, the developer behind the proposal to build a Dollar General store and a Sherwin-Williams store at the intersection of Main Street and Biscay Road said he hopes to begin construction this month.
A little over a year after residents approved a sign ordinance, a member of the Damariscotta Planning Board has proposed prohibiting the use of certain electronic signs in the town, as well as the use of graffiti on commercial signage.
The town of Damariscotta has received a $3,250 grant from the state to use for the design of a boat ramp at Biscay Beach, Town Manager Matt Lutkus told the Damariscotta Board of Selectmen on Wednesday, July 5.
The Twin Villages Alliance has launched a new, interactive website it hopes will help visitors, employers, and residents find parking to fit their needs in both Damariscotta and Newcastle.
After a summer off, Joe Lane Lobsterman has reopened at its new, permanent location in downtown Damariscotta. The business, co-owned by Joe Lane and Izzy Nelson, features strong family connections in addition to freshly caught lobster.
During its first meeting of the new fiscal year, the Damariscotta Board of Selectmen appointed a new committee charged with developing an amendment to the land use ordinance integrating the concept of form-based code.