The owners of Emporium Engraving in Newcastle would like to retire soon, but hope to first find a new owner for the business who will keep it in the area.
The Damariscotta Region Chamber of Commerce’s 2017 guide is now available.
April Morrison, born in Bar Harbor to a Down East island family, grew up learning the value of independence and dedication to craft. At age 7, her family relocated to New Harbor, and she has found the Pemaquid region to be her home ever since.
Newcastle Chrysler Dodge Jeep recently received the 2017 Customer First Award for Excellence, becoming one of just 387 recipients nationwide this year.
The Wiscasset Planning Board is considering a proposal for a preschool, after-school program, and toy store at the 179 Bath Road property formerly home to NAPA Auto Parts.
Two Nobleboro residents and Lincoln Academy alums hope to share their passion for music with the community with the opening of their downtown Damariscotta store selling vinyl records and audio equipment.
Friends, family, colleagues, and school and town officials filled the Wiscasset Community Center on Friday, April 7 to bid a bittersweet farewell to outgoing Wiscasset Parks and Recreation Director Todd Souza.
The Bradley Inn, at Pemaquid Point, is under new management.
With the Damariscotta Planning Board’s unanimous approval, Joe Lane cleared one of the remaining hurdles to reopen his popular Damariscotta eatery in the former home of the Skidompha Secondhand Book Shop.
Longtime residents of Damariscotta may remember Dean Jacobs working at the Waltz Pharmacy soda fountain when he was a young boy or behind the counter as a pharmacist in later years.
The Damariscotta Region Chamber of Commerce honored the work of the Skidompha Second Hand Bookshop on Saturday, March 25. In a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the shop’s new home at 17 Backstreet Landing, chamber members congratulated the volunteers who have kept the shop a vibrant part of the community for almost 50 years.
The evening of Sunday, March 19, the staff of Le Garage received the news from owner Cheryl Rust that the restaurant will close April 30 after 40 years in business. The future of the building is not yet clear.
Just over a year after opening Rock Solid Storage in Edgecomb, owner Ben Ellinwood is preparing to expand the business. Ellinwood appeared before the Edgecomb Planning Board on Thursday, March 16 to discuss constructing an additional building on the property capable of storing cars.
A Damariscotta native will return to Lincoln County to sell homemade burgers and fries out of his new food truck Saturday, March 18.