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.
New Whitefield Elementary School Principal Mark Deblois shared his thoughts about “wiping the slate clean” and moving forward on the morning of his first day at work, Monday, July 1.
The Waldoboro Planning Board unanimously approved an application to open a farm store, wellness shop, and medical marijuana caregiver’s office at Cider Hill Farm, near the village, during a special meeting Wednesday, June 27.
At the Colonial Pemaquid State Historic Site, history buffs and vacationers alike took a moment to listen to a small portion of the nation’s history Saturday, June 30.
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 volunteers behind the Whitefield Library, at the Arlington Grange in North Whitefield, are researching the possibility of buying the building from the Grange.
A 30-foot lobster boat in a yard at 18 Town Landing Road in Bremen was destroyed by fire late Saturday, June 30.
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.
Damariscotta’s Quinn Gormley, executive director of the Maine Transgender Network, represented Maine in USA Today’s “Faces of Pride” list this month.
In the closest vote of the contest so far, Krista Hilton Hatch won the June #LCNme365 photo contest by just a single vote.
The town of Wiscasset terminated Wiscasset Ambulance Service Director Toby J. Martin’s contract Thursday, June 28, and does not plan to look for another director.
Somerville voters made their voices heard at a four-hour town meeting covering a range of issues, from roadwork to property taxes, on the morning of Saturday, June 23, at the former Somerville School on Patricktown Road.
Chase Farm and Bakery, of Whitefield, will have a grand opening Friday, June 29 for the new shop where baker and self-described doughnut addict Robin Chase sells her fried doughnuts, homemade pies, and other baked goods.