“I love the business of education,” said new Wiscasset School Department Superintendent Terry Wood, who brings almost 30 years of experience in education to the job she started July 1.
Maine Gov. Paul LePage and First Lady Ann LePage sold their Boothbay home June 29.
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.
A fire of unknown origin destroyed a home at 19 Calls Hill Road in Dresden the afternoon of Monday, July 16.
William Emrich, a summer resident of Damariscotta from Tampa, Fla., recently released a new book, “Have Racquet, Will Travel,” published by Haley’s, of Athol, Mass. It is the retiree’s second book, the first being “Wild Maine Adventure,” his 2016 book that tells the story of how he fulfilled a dream by building a secluded off-grid cabin on a pond in the Maine woods.
A local father and son with 62 years of service to the U.S. military between them visited veterans memorials in Washington, D.C. with Honor Flight Maine last month.
A 23-year-old self-taught chef uses what his mentor calls “God-given” talent and a maturity beyond his years to win competitions – most recently for the title of International Oyster Chef of the Year – and lead a staff of 21 at the busy Boothbay Harbor Country Club.
Bremen town officials and the family of the late Horace Ransom officially opened the Heath Road Bridge with a dedication and ribbon-cutting ceremony the morning of Saturday, July 7.
A New Hampshire woman sustained non-life-threatening injuries after she crashed her car into the Wiscasset municipal building sign the evening of Friday, July 13.
The new owner of the Jefferson Market property hopes to find someone to reopen the store.
Local volunteers established the Damariscotta-based organization kNOw S.U.P. in January to raise awareness in the Twin Villages of the environmental risks posed by single-use plastics.
A Viking ship is coming to Boothbay Harbor. The Draken Harald Harfagre, the world’s largest modern-built Viking ship, will sail into the harbor Friday, July 13.
The Fourth of July parade in the Kings Mills area of Whitefield saw a sharp decline in participants this year, with organizers pointing to new restrictions, as well as heat and humidity, as factors.
Demolition of the former barbershop in downtown Damariscotta to make way for new public restrooms began around 6:45 a.m., Wednesday, July 11.