A 9-year-old Nobleboro boy held a yard sale Saturday, Sept. 23 to lend a hand to families and individuals whose lives have been turned upside down by recent hurricanes.
Lincoln Academy answered questions about its finances and gave an update on the campus master plan during a town hall-style meeting at Parker B. Poe Theater in Newcastle on Wednesday, Sept. 20.
Jefferson residents weighed in on a proposal to indefinitely prohibit recreational marijuana-related businesses during a public hearing Monday, Sept. 25.
The Waldoboro Farmers Market could move from the village to Route 1 next year, one of several changes organizers hope will bring more vendors and customers to the seasonal market.
More than 100 leaders of local businesses filled the Darrows Barn at Round Top Farm in Damariscotta on Friday, Sept. 22 for the inaugural Twin Villages Business Forum.
The Pagurkos, of Whitefield, have been through bankruptcy, injuries from a car accident, physical illness, and an emotional search for appropriate services for their son’s autism. “We used to say, ‘It could be worse – our house could burn down,’” John Pagurko said.
Fire destroyed the blacksmith’s workshop at Scottish Lion Wrought Iron, 587 Bristol Road, Bristol, the morning of Monday, Sept. 25.
With an infrastructure project on Elm Street and a major culvert replacement on Egypt Road in progress, another long-awaited project in Damariscotta will soon be underway: the construction of public restrooms downtown.
Oxbow Brewing Co. employees spent the better part of Sept. 13-14 at the Alna Hopyard and Farm harvesting hops for a beer the brewery makes once a year from only Maine ingredients for its Goods From The Woods celebration.
The American Legion in Maine, with its affiliate organizations, is building a POW/MIA memorial at state headquarters in Winslow to honor and remember the Mainers who are still unaccounted for from past wars and conflicts.
Wiscasset’s town clock, a landmark of the town since 1907, is resting in a steeple with rotting wood, according to Rick Balzer, of Balzer Family Clock Works. “If the tower comes down, it will take the clock with it,” he said.
Two lobster boats collided off South Bristol the morning of Tuesday, Sept. 19, and one of the vessels sank, according to U.S. Coast Guard Station Boothbay Harbor. There were no injuries.
Damariscotta voters will consider a moratorium on retail development during a special town meeting by referendum Nov. 7.
A public hearing about a Portland developer’s proposal for an 11-acre property at 435 Main St. in Damariscotta attracted more than 50 people to the Great Salt Bay Community School gym Monday, Sept. 18.