The owners of Dresden Take Out hope their new lunch counter with 14 bright red stools for customers to enjoy breakfast and lunch will make the store in the village a place to meet people and enjoy home-cooked food.
A new face can be seen working in the window of a downtown Damariscotta shop.
In just the first seven weeks of 2018, the team of brokers at Newcastle Realty have already reached more than $5.5 million in real estate sales, according to Maine Real Estate Information System, Inc. – more than any other firm in Lincoln County.
Van Lloyd’s Bistro, of Damariscotta, will close for four weeks beginning March 11 through April 9.
The Jefferson Market closed abruptly Feb. 15, with a sign on the door indicating that the store closed for vacation and would reopen April 15.
S and J Llama LLC, of Waldoboro, is pleased to announce the creation of the BugTussle Annex, a state of the art co-work and meeting space located in the Historic Village District of Waldoboro, in the heart of the Midcoast region.
The Wiscasset General Store, on West Alna Road, will soon become the Cubbyhole Sports Pub. The sports pub will have a new menu, but will continue to serve the daily specials the store has offered since 2012.
All branches of First Federal Savings are collecting donations for the Lincoln County Animal Shelter through the end of February. Monetary donations, food, supplies, and toys will be accepted. All monetary donations received will be matched by First Federal Savings.
A first-time business owner is preparing to open a new business, Mid Coast Vape Shop, on Route 1 in Waldoboro.
A one-woman operation offering skin-care services, from facials to pedicures and almost everything in between, is open in the Pine Grove Plaza in Damariscotta.
After months of anticipation, O-Cha, a Thai-inspired bar and grill, is open for business at 88 Main St. in Damariscotta.
For the past few months, Bernie DeLisle has quietly operated a tiny Italian eatery in Damariscotta’s Taco Alley, relying solely on word-of-mouth and regular customers.
Rising Tide Community Market in Damariscotta is currently receiving nominations for its Co-ops for Community Day program. Nominate a nonprofit organization doing good work in the community and it will be eligible for Co-ops for Community Day, which donates .5 percent of Rising Tide’s Wednesday sales to a different organization each month.
After 29 years and hundreds of clients, Village Optical in Damariscotta will close its doors March 31.