The town of Wiscasset will receive $400,000 from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to clean up four of the former Mason Station properties.
U.S. Sen. Angus King, I-Maine, toured Buzz Maine and the CLC YMCA in Damariscotta and discussed flood protection with local officials during a visit to the county Friday, April 27.
Huber’s Market and Ship’s Chow Hall, on Route 1 in Wiscasset, are for sale. The market closed the week of April 16, but the restaurant remains open.
The South Portland-based lobster trap manufacturer Sea Rose Trap Co. has teamed up with Bristol resident Mike Prior to open a new location in Lincoln County.
Bristol Fire and Rescue recently recognized a New Harbor couple for their combined 100 years of service to the department.
Architectural designer Adam Maltese, of Damariscotta, is building a new business, A. Maltese Design.
Students at Miller School and Medomak Middle School in Waldoboro are growing produce, learning about food and nutrition, and sampling meals made with healthy, local ingredients as part of the national FoodCorps program.
The Marketplace Cafe, on Route 1 in Wiscasset, will have a change of ownership May 1. Few customers will likely notice the change, as the restaurant will have the same cooks, the same servers, and the same menu with a few additions.
A Newcastle couple plans to open a home-based dinner restaurant, The Patio, on Poorhouse Cove in South Bristol this spring.
The Nobleboro Planning Board heard more details of a planned ecotourism destination on Sidelinger Road, as well as concerns from neighbors, during a public hearing at Nobleboro Central School on Thursday, April 19.
A Regional Rubbish Removal Inc. garbage truck became entangled in a low-hanging power line while backing into a driveway at 70 Lincoln Lane in Newcastle on Wednesday, April 25.
Bristol voters will decide the future of the Bristol Mills Dam and fish ladder in June.
The Wiscasset Board of Selectmen voted to dismiss the town’s lawsuit against the Maine Department of Transportation without prejudice Tuesday, April 24.
An increasing need for a haircut inspired a local fire chief to raise money for the Central Lincoln County Ambulance Service.