The pipe organ has been a part of Jay Zoller’s life since he was in high school, and on April 3, he will share his love of the instrument with the community during a benefit concert at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Newcastle.
With the news that the University of Maine-led offshore wind project has received additional funding, the Monhegan Energy Task Force is seeking input regarding potential community benefits of the project, including an offer of compensation from the university in lieu of receiving electricity through an undersea cable.
For the past three years, August Avantaggio has considered opening a butcher shop in Damariscotta. By early May, Riverside Butcher Company will open at 49 Main St.
A lampshade and antique store has returned to Main Street, Damariscotta after opening in the same location 20 years ago.
Rice Farms has completed a new sugarhouse just in time for Maine Maple Sunday, an annual open house for sugarhouses across the state.
Jenny Mayher can still remember how she felt standing in the upstairs room of the Damariscotta River Grill on March 21, 2006.
Bristol voters elected Clyde Pendleton Sr. to serve a three-year term on the Bristol Parks and Recreation Commission during the annual election of officers Monday, March 21.
Students at Great Salt Bay Community School are getting a leg up on education, as classrooms throughout the building have started adding standing desks.
Students, parents, and teachers crowded into the Great Salt Bay Community School library during the school committee meeting March 9 to discuss the content and age-appropriateness of media shown in classrooms.
A camper fire in Damariscotta sent one person to the hospital just after midnight Wednesday, March 16.
The Second Congregational Church in Newcastle is in the midst of a major roof replacement project set for completion in early summer.
The chair of the Damariscotta Board of Selectmen has announced her candidacy for the Maine House of Representatives.
South Bristol voters approved the municipal and education budgets, as well as two capital projects for South Bristol School, during a relatively quiet annual town meeting Tuesday, March 8.
A Boothbay Harbor selectman with experience shaping public policy at the national level has thrown her hat into the ring for the Maine House of Representatives.