Paul Landry Co., a Round Pond apparel company inspired by the owner’s grandfather, is opening a showroom after being in business for over a year.
Eight years ago, Jessica Deshiro moved to Maine from Boston on a mission to share her grandmother’s old Italian recipes and creations. From her new shop at 767 Main St., Mammy’s Bakery offers “classic Italian baked goods and sweet creations,” both in the shop and by special order.
Boothbay Harbor has been through a lot of changes over the last 30 years, and businesses have come and gone. Enchantments, at 10 Boothbay House Hill Road, has been around for all those years, and many loyal customers return year after year.
The new owner of the Jefferson Market property hopes to find someone to reopen the store.
Bill Byrnes joined Newcastle Realty in 1998, back when the company still operated from the basement of the Newcastle Square building across the river. Two years later, Lee Simard became a realtor and joined the same firm.
Safe Yard Organics, of Dresden, uses an organic pesticide to control browntail moths and ticks, as well as other pests, like fleas and mosquitoes.
O-Cha Bar & Grill, on Main Street in Damariscotta, first opened its doors Jan. 16. Now that owner Pongsakorn “Job” Hanjitsuwan has his feet firmly planted at his new restaurant, he is making some revisions and sprucing up his restaurant, both literally and figuratively.
Buzz Maine, the coworking space and cafe in downtown Damariscotta, closed Saturday, June 30, with the owner saying she plans to relocate the business.
The new owners and veterinarians at Medomak Veterinary Services in Waldoboro are continuing the 30-year-old practice’s work with local animals and residents.
The summer tourist season on Monhegan Island has officially begun with the start of summer, and local businesses like Monhegan Kayak Rentals are preparing for an uptick in visitors.
Hammond Lumber Co. will soon close its Bristol lumberyard and store and move the Bristol employees to its Damariscotta location.
The Contented Sole recently debuted a new dining experience, offering customers a rotating menu featuring fresh seafood and produce presented in unique ways.
The new owners of the Squire Tarbox Inn on Westport Island have renovated the historic building inside and out and are excitedly welcoming customers for their first season in business.
Lakeside Diner is now open at 39 Washington Road in Jefferson, and owner Melanie Hilton said it has been “crazy” busy since the soft opening June 13.