The Waldoboro Planning Board got its first look at a proposal for a farm stand and wellness store at Cider Hill Farm, near downtown Waldoboro, Wednesday, June 13.
Mr. Ribs, a new Southern-style barbecue spot at 603 Main St. in Damariscotta, sold out three hours before closing time during its grand opening, Saturday, June 2.
Split Rock Distilling co-owners Topher Mallory and Matt Page now have a new business operating out of the distillery’s headquarters in the red barn at 16 Osprey Point Road in Newcastle.
Consigning Women, of Damariscotta, will move into the Parker Interiors building in downtown Newcastle in mid-September.
In the first week of a month-long diaper drive, Bath Savings Institution collected the equivalent of over 5,800 diapers – more than twice the goal of 2,600 diapers for the entire month!
The farmers at Alna Hopyard and Farm recently closed on an easement with Maine Farmland Trust to ensure that the land will remain available for agriculture in perpetuity.
Jefferson Scoop owner Joe Holland will hold a fundraiser for the Jefferson Fire Department on Saturday, June 23. “All proceeds will be donated to the fire department,” Holland said. The event will be held from noon to closing time at 9 p.m. at the Route 32 ice cream stand.
Brooke Callahan and Cory Mullins have reopened Reliance Auto Repair at 106 River Road in Edgecomb after selling the shop’s original building in Wiscasset early last year.
“It all started with a hobby,” Forest E. Peaslee said of Peaslee’s Quick Stop, his convenience store in Jefferson. Now, the store is celebrating its 25th anniversary.
Wicked Scoops, at 95 Main St. in downtown Damariscotta, celebrated the start of its second season by adding hot dogs to its menu.
The former Nobleboro Grange meeting hall is now a Pilates and yoga studio.
More than 140 people turned out to celebrate the nominees and the award winners at the recent Boothbay Harbor Region Chamber of Commerce’s 56th annual Community Awards.
Eight months after a devastating fire at 50 Main St. in Newcastle, a new building is nearly complete on the footprint of the old.
Coastal Car Wash and Detail Center, of Damariscotta and Boothbay Harbor, will celebrate its customers with an event at the Boothbay Harbor location Saturday, June 2. The event is free to attend and all are welcome.
Nobleboro native Brendan Parsons will kick off his Newcastle raw bar’s first full season with a new name during its grand reopening Saturday, June 2.