A Newcastle man has started a new vehicle detailing shop at 74 Biscay Road in Damariscotta.
A sweet addition is coming to Main Street in Damariscotta.
Under a new manager, Damariscotta Lake Farm is gearing up for another busy summer season on the Jefferson side of the lake.
Starting this summer, S. Fernald’s Country Store in Damariscotta will have a new manager with a familiar name.
It was with a certain amount of pride that Arlene Cowan cut the white ribbon spanning the entrance to the recently completed Damariscotta River Suites at The Lincoln Home in Newcastle in the early evening of Wednesday, April 27. After all, Cowan is both a Lincoln Home resident and a founding member of the Twin Village Woman’s Club, which has been a supporter of The Lincoln Home since the club’s inception in 1946.
Nobleboro officials presented the Boston Post Cane to the town’s oldest resident on Tuesday, May 3.
He has hiked mountains and valleys, visited national monuments, run 5Ks for charity, and been featured on the cover of a magazine. His name is Gizmo, and he is retired Wiscasset Police Department Lt. John Allen’s pet Shih Tzu.
Sarah Payne Stuart is a dyed-in-the-wool New Englander, and the Nobleboro resident will be the first person to say it. In fact, it is Stuart’s incisive, witty writing about what it means to be a New Englander that recently earned her a Guggenheim Fellowship.
High levels of participation and community investment helped make the Newcastle Local Planning Committee’s weekend of events and workshops a success, according to Newcastle Local Planning Committee Co-chair Ben Frey.
Removing a warrant article that allows the use of surplus to cover over-expenditures in department budgets was one of the best things the Wiscasset Board of Selectmen did in 2015, Chair Ben Rines said.
Waldoboro residents approved changes to the town’s dog ordinance during an open special town meeting at the town office Thursday, April 28.
Wiscasset high school students may be given the opportunity to play varsity football for Boothbay Region High School after the recent approval of a cooperative athletic agreement between the Wiscasset School Department and AOS 98.
The Wiscasset Board of Selectmen is looking into sending a bus full of community members to the U.S. Department of Energy’s public comment session on spent nuclear fuel Thursday, June 2 in Boston. If enough community members come forward with a request to attend the public comment session, the town may cover the cost of transportation.
After a months-long budget-setting process, the Wiscasset Board of Selectmen finalized the warrant for June’s annual town meeting by referendum and will present a municipal budget with a 12.94 percent increase to voters.