On Tuesday, Aug. 1, the schooner Harvey Gamage made a quick stop back home at Gamage Shipyard in South Bristol, where the late South Bristol shipbuilder built the vessel in 1973.
The sounds of engines, jazz, and children’s laughter, as well as the smell of burgers, filled the air Saturday, July 29 at Wavus Camps in Jefferson during the Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association’s seventh annual benefit rally, Burgers, Bikes, & Rods.
A 61-pound Labrador-retriever mix who was the longest-tenured resident in the history of the Lincoln County Animal Shelter has found a happy home.
The Lincoln County Amateur Radio Club participated in American Radio Relay Field Day, the most popular on-the-air amateur radio event of the year in the U.S. and Canada, from 2 p.m., Saturday, June 24 to 2 p.m., Sunday, June 25 at the Jefferson fire station.
Damariscotta resident Carol Preston gives music lessons to anyone willing to learn at her Preston Music Studio.
Bristol residents Kenneth and Angela Kortemeier will hold the first classes at the Maine Coast Craft School, on their Old County Road property, at the end of July.
Damariscotta massage therapist Lori Rizzuto specializes in Bowen therapy and end-of-life work at her practice, Mindful Healing, off Back Meadow Road.
Great Salt Bay Community School’s annual Bike Rodeo took place Wednesday, May 24, with bike giveaways, fun activities, and safety education. With the help of local businesses, the school’s bus drivers, who organize and raise funds for the event, highlighted the importance of proper bike safety.