Damariscotta voters rejected a moratorium that would have placed a temporary ban on retail development larger than 2,500 square feet at the polls Tuesday, Nov. 7.
Damariscotta voters elected Louis “Lou” Abbotoni to the Damariscotta Board of Selectmen on Tuesday, Nov. 7.
A tractor-trailer in the process of unloading agricultural lime at the Damariscotta River Association’s Great Salt Bay Farm and Heritage Center in Damariscotta tipped over the morning of Monday, Nov. 6. No injuries were reported, according to the Damariscotta Police Department.
Firefighters from seven local departments battled a fire at 492 Lowelltown Road in Wiscasset the morning of Sunday, Nov. 5. The single occupant of the mobile home was able to exit the building safely and was brought to a local hospital for evaluation.
For 16 years, Kami Peaslee has greeted Great Salt Bay Community School students at the beginning of each school year as a classroom teacher. This year, she stood at GSB’s front door welcoming students as their assistant principal.
Damariscotta residents will have a choice between five candidates to fill a single vacancy on the board of selectmen at the polls Tuesday, Nov. 7.
The first draft of the feasibility study report about the Bristol Mills Dam is now available on the town’s website. The study includes three possible outcomes – the repair of the dam, the partial removal of the dam, or the complete removal of the dam with a water-level management structure – as well as preliminary cost estimates for each.
Damariscotta voters will decide whether the town should enact a moratorium on retail development larger than 2,500 square feet at the polls Tuesday, Nov. 7.
Newcastle voters will consider amendments to the town’s land use ordinance, purchasing and bidding ordinance, and transient sellers and lunch wagons ordinance at the polls Tuesday, Nov. 7.
Bristol’s Oyster Creek Electric will soon be under new management, as owner and founder Al Monaco is selling the business to his employee of more than four years, Round Pond resident and 2014 Lincoln Academy graduate Daniel Baty.
For more than a decade, Lincoln County Television Executive Director Mary Ellen Crowley has been instrumental in the nonprofit public-access station’s evolution, from an upgrade to allow 24-hour programming to a move into a permanent building.
After 17 years of free frights and delights, the creators of Haunted Castle’s Keep, the annual haunted house in New Harbor, have decided to hang up their cloaks.
Part-time New Harbor resident Jim MacKenzie worked for U.S. Customs and Border Protection for more than three decades before retiring in 2002. Now he and his wife, Sue MacKenzie, have turned his career of searching for things into “a nice hobby” with the use of a metal detector, which has resulted in their finding two lost wedding rings at Pemaquid Beach Park.
For the past year, Damariscotta’s Barn Door Baking Co. has mostly focused on custom orders, wholesale goods, and catering. On Saturday, Oct. 14, the company launched its newest venture: weekend “open bakery” hours.