Proposed changes to Alna’s rules for alcohol sales received almost no comment from the audience during a public hearing the evening of Monday, March 12, with many in the audience saving their comments for a second hearing on amendments to the town’s school choice policy.
It was standing room only at the Alna fire station the evening of Monday, March 5, where, over the course of 3 1/2 hours, residents and town officials discussed an upcoming referendum vote regarding the town’s school choice policy.
Our Town, a coalition of residents of Damariscotta and surrounding towns, has filed an appeal of the Damariscotta Planning Board’s decision to approve the 435 Main St. development.
Although the Maine State Legislature will not pass a bill to authorize the lease of the Colonial Pemaquid State Historic Site to The Friends of Colonial Pemaquid, the nonprofit’s leadership will continue to pursue the lease.
Ten Colby & Gale customers received a Valentine’s Day surprise when the business’s delivery drivers showed up the morning of Wednesday, Feb. 14 to fill their oil tanks free of charge.
Dr. Allan “Chip” Teel, of Nobleboro, recently returned to his roots as a primary-care physician with a small medical practice operating out of Hodgdon Green in Damariscotta.
With the correct spelling of azalea, Great Salt Bay Community School eighth-grader Isaac Wyer secured victory at the Lincoln County Spelling Bee for the second year in a row.
The AOS 93 Board will host a meeting Thursday, March 15 to unveil the results of its recent survey regarding Lincoln Academy.
A one-woman operation offering skin-care services, from facials to pedicures and almost everything in between, is open in the Pine Grove Plaza in Damariscotta.
After months of anticipation, O-Cha, a Thai-inspired bar and grill, is open for business at 88 Main St. in Damariscotta.
For the past few months, Bernie DeLisle has quietly operated a tiny Italian eatery in Damariscotta’s Taco Alley, relying solely on word-of-mouth and regular customers.
An appeal almost a year in process has recently come to a close, as the Damariscotta Board of Appeals voted 3-2 to overturn the Damariscotta Planning Board’s approval of Stepping Stone Housing Inc.’s project at the former Blue Haven property during a meeting Monday, Feb. 5.
After 29 years and hundreds of clients, Village Optical in Damariscotta will close its doors March 31.
While residents voiced support for the repair of the Bristol Mills Dam and fish ladder as well as the ecosystem of the Pemaquid River, an overwhelming majority of residents voted in favor of keeping the dam in a non-binding straw poll at the close of a public hearing Tuesday, Jan. 30.