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Round Pond contractor Ledgewalker Builders LLC completed the construction of the new Pemaquid Beach Pavilion on Friday, May 15.
There were no injuries in a head-on collision near Bristol Consolidated School, at 2153 Bristol Road in Pemaquid, the afternoon of Friday, May 22.
A vehicle fire that spread to the back of a garage at 95 Sodom Road in Bristol was extinguished quickly the afternoon of Friday, May 22.
A brush fire burned about an acre of land near 801 North Nobleboro Road in Waldoboro on Friday, May 22, but a structure at the address was unscathed.
On the books, 2020 looked like it was going to be a banner year for Country Coach Charters, of Nobleboro. Then the COVID-19 pandemic flatlined business.
Norma Leeman, who worked at Harbor Ice Cream as a summer job while in school, will now run the New Harbor stand with her mother, local business owner Heather Leeman.
Max McCool, 8, of Newcastle, received a super-cool thank you from Central Maine Power Co. on Thursday, May 14.
The Alna Planning Board and a planning consultant are soliciting public comment on the latest draft of bylaws for the board.
Pemaquid Point Lighthouse Park will open Thursday, May 21 and Pemaquid Beach Park will open either the last week of June or July 1. Both parks will open with restrictions to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Meanwhile, the Pemaquid Beach Triathlon will not take place this year.
Fire destroyed a house at 421 Hilton Road in Whitefield the evening of Sunday, May 17. No one was home when the fire started and there were no injuries.
Former one-term state Rep. Tim Marks, D-Pittston, will challenge three-term state Rep. Jeff Hanley, R-Pittston, in Maine House District 87. The district consists of Alna, Pittston, Randolph, and Wiscasset.
After an extensive renovation that will include new safety features and implementation of physical distancing in response to the coronavirus, the Newcastle town office will reopen to the public.
Kieve-Wavus Education Inc. has shut down its Camp Kieve for Boys, in Nobleboro, and Wavus Camp for Girls, in Jefferson, for the summer due to COVID-19 concerns.
The Animal House, of Damariscotta and Westbrook, has new owners.
An Edgecomb man’s last act before his untimely death was as a good Samaritan – assisting with traffic control after a truck crash by his home. Now, his widow is in search of someone to purchase the business the couple built through “blood, sweat, and tears” over the last quarter-century.