Oxbow Brewing Co. in Newcastle is excited to release Bobasa, its latest barrel-aged bottle. After 36 months in production, this blend of barrel-aged smoked ales is now available at both of Oxbow’s tasting rooms — at the farmhouse brewery in Newcastle and at Oxbow Blending & Bottling in Portland.
The Camden National Corp. Board of Directors elected Lawrence “Larry” J. Sterrs to succeed Karen Stanley as chair of the company and Camden National Bank effective Sept. 17. Stanley, who joined the Camden National Corp. Board of Directors in 2008 and became chair in 2010, retired from the board on Sept. 17. John Holmes, who has served on the board since 1988, retired on Sept. 15 after 29 devoted years.
Tony C. McKim, president and chief executive officer of First National Bank and its parent company, The First Bancorp, has announced the appointment of Jessica Day as branch manager at First National Bank in Damariscotta.
On Aug. 29, Mid-Coast Energy Systems was among 140 other businesses to set up a booth for the Hire-a-Vet campaign in the Augusta Armory. The state-sponsored program is under the direction of the Maine Department of Labor. Its goal is to result in the hiring of 100 Maine veterans to be hired within one 100 days.
The Field of Dreams Hair Salon, the only salon in Alna, opened its doors on West Alna Road in June. The salon is the culmination of owner Melissa Averill’s long-held career goal and a space where she can share the latest trends in hair care and style with her customers, she said.
Debby Schling, a successful real estate broker with Newcastle Realty for more than 10 years, was named the 2017 Realtor of the Year by the Lincoln County Council of the Merrymeeting Board of Realtors in June.
The owner of Deb’s Diner, on Route 1 in Waldoboro, plans to close the restaurant in October after more than 15 years in business.
The CLC YMCA Child Care, located at 8 Sand Hill Road in Nobleboro, was recently recognized at the silver level for the 2016-2017 program year for the 5-2-1-0 Let’s Go! initiative. The program is a nationally recognized childhood obesity-prevention program implemented throughout Maine. 5-2-1-0 Let’s Go! was developed as the foundation for change, promoting five […]
There is once again a convenience store at Kaler’s Corner in Waldoboro. McGreevy’s Corner Store opened Monday, Aug. 21.
The Downeast Medicinals medical marijuana storefront in Edgecomb will not officially open until Sept. 1, but customers and community members are already filtering into the retail shop and education center to ask questions and purchase the publicly available products.
The Parent Program of Mid-Coast Maine Inc. is the new name of the Teen and Young Parent Program of Knox County Inc. The program has grown from a small group of committed volunteer mentors working with teen parents to a team of professional parent educators who offer the Maine Families program to all families who are pregnant or have a newborn living in Knox, Lincoln, and Sagadahoc counties.
After spending three months on extensive renovations, Nobleboro native Brendan Parsons opened River Bottom Raw Bar at 68 Main. St. in Newcastle, his latest oyster-focused business venture, Friday, Aug. 11.
Mechanics Savings Bank is pleased to announce that Justin Laverriere has joined the business banking team as vice president, commercial loan officer serving the Brunswick region.
Lobstering has been a part of Merritt Wotton’s life since he was 10 years old on his father’s boat. Now, at 23, not only does Merritt own his own boat, he is also the manager of a lobster bake catering business and a food trailer.
A crew from CBS News was in Wiscasset on Monday, July 24 to film a segment at Red’s Eats for “Sunday Morning.” The segment will air Sunday, July 30 or Sunday, Aug. 6, according to Red’s co-owner Cindy Collamore.