A new hair salon has opened at 77 Main St. in Newcastle, featuring a spa room overlooking the Damariscotta River.
Opening a veterinary clinic for small animals in Dresden is an exciting enterprise for Dr. Susan “Sue” Bailey, who dreamed of becoming a veterinarian from the time she was 4 years old.
April Morrison is excited to be coming back with her SugarSpell Sweets business out on the lawn at 202 Main St. in Damariscotta this summer. Opening day is Memorial Day, Monday, May 28, and after that, she will be there Fridays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The sale of Emporium Engraving in Newcastle will fulfill the owners’ wishes to keep the business local, as it will move only a short walk down Mills Road to Louis Doe Home Center.
The aisles of Main Street Grocery in Damariscotta were cleared of customers shortly before noon, Saturday, April 7, as three people prepared to run through the store on 60-second shopping sprees paid for by a local dealership.
After a successful debut in the fall, Barn Door Baking Co. restarted its weekend “open bakery” hours Saturday and Sunday, April 7 and 8.
On Tuesday, May 1, Ocean Blue Fitness owner Jessica Daly will open Ocean Blue Pilates Yoga at 13 Back Meadow Road in Nobleboro. This beautiful studio, specially equipped to offer heated and humidified classes, is located in the top of the recently restored grange hall.
Precision Tool Repair, of Damariscotta, will relocate to Waldoboro in May.
The business will move from its location at 74 Biscay Road in Damariscotta to a new facility at 855 Atlantic Highway in Waldoboro on May 5.
The American Chiropractic Association Council on Diagnosis and Internal Disorders is pleased to recognize that Dr. Ronald Bouffard, of Boothbay Harbor, has successfully completed the prescribed 300-hour coursework and demonstrated excellence by passing all required examinations to achieve status as Diplomate of the American Board of Chiropractic Internists. He is the first chiropractor in Maine to become nationally certified as a chiropractic internist.
The owners of King Eider’s Pub in downtown Damariscotta have been named “Restaurateurs of the Year” by the Maine Restaurant Association.
An entrepreneurial company in Wiscasset that is developing a sophisticated turbine engine that can use multiple fuels has raised $2.2 million to add staff, buy manufacturing equipment, and set up a factory.
Main Street Grocery, of Damariscotta, recently hired a new grocery manager and meat department manager.
Jill and Ted Hugger, owners of the Cod Cove Inn in Edgecomb, completed the purchase of the 37-room Cedar Crest Inn from Bill Hahn and Stephen Liberty on Feb. 27. The Cedar Crest Inn, located on Elm Street (U.S. Route 1), at the gateway to Camden, has served the traveling public since 1918.
Licensed massage therapist Annie Pathik is excited to announce the opening of her new massage studio in downtown Damariscotta.
The Garage, an auto repair shop owned by Scott Dupuis, opened this past November in Damariscotta.