An information center and market-cafe will move into the former home of a medical marijuana business on Route 1 in Edgecomb.
The Damariscotta Region Chamber of Commerce will host its first spring shred event at Lincoln County Publishing Co. on Saturday, April 13. The event is open to all, members and nonmembers alike.
There is still time for businesses and organizations to place their advertising in the Damariscotta Region Chamber of Commerce’s 2019 edition of its visitors guide, which will be available this spring.
Leon Oliver, of Damariscotta, a 1982 graduate of Lincoln Academy and general manager of the Bath Golf Club, has purchased the Sheepscot Links golf course in Whitefield. The sale closed Thursday, Feb. 7.
Snow may be in the forecast, but Lincoln County Publishing Co. is already developing its slate of spring and summer publications, including Lincoln County Magazine, the lobster and lighthouse guides, and a new edition of one of the publishing company’s most popular offerings.
The Wiscasset Area Chamber of Commerce held its eighth annual award dinner at The 1812 Farm in Bristol, catered by Stone Cove Catering, on Thursday, Feb. 7. It was wonderfully attended.
The Gilbert E. Gay building in downtown Damariscotta has a new owner who plans to open a coffee shop, Cupacity, in the first-floor space formerly home to Buzz Maine.
Red is Red’s Eats’ favorite color, but the popular Wiscasset lobster shack loves going green, too.
The downtown Damariscotta restaurant O-Cha Bar + Grill has closed, but will soon reopen with a new menu and a new name: Racha Noodle Bar by Best Thai.
The temperatures may be in the single digits, but Lincoln County Publishing Co. is already developing its slate of spring and summer publications, including Lincoln County Magazine, the lobster and lighthouse guides, and a new edition of one of the publishing company’s most popular offerings.
The Animal House in Damariscotta will be again providing full-service grooming, courtesy of a new partnership with Camden-based grooming salon, The Salty Dog.
I-Haul, the Newcastle business that hauls away debris and provides moving services, is now owned by Damon Heck, who had worked for the company for several years. Previous owner Gordon Clark, who started the business 18 years ago, is going back to his original career: teaching.
Concord Coach Lines suspended service to Wiscasset as of Jan. 7, according to the bus line’s website.
The Waldoboro Planning Board signed off on an entrepreneur’s plan to build a 27,000-square-foot facility for her eel aquaculture business at the Waldoboro Business Park on Wednesday, Jan. 9.
Nancy Kennedy, vice president for Camp Chewonki, has been named to the Wiscasset Area Chamber of Commerce.