Downtown Damariscotta will welcome a new full-service hair salon and skin care business this week.
Joe and Alison Elder, dealers of nautical antiques, art, and furniture, have moved their business, Skipjack Marine Gallery, to Round Pond after 17 years in Virginia.
The owners of the Seagull Shop, the 83-year-old restaurant and gift shop at Pemaquid Point that burned last Wednesday, Sept. 9, hope to rebuild in time to open for the 2021 season.
The Damariscotta Region Chamber of Commerce plans to acquire, renovate, and expand the little Damariscotta Region Information Bureau building between Main and Vine streets, then make the building its permanent headquarters.
A Westport Island man wants to convert the Maine Heritage Village property, on Route 1 in Wiscasset, into the Maine Tasting Center — an educational campus focused on Maine food and drink, complete with a museum in the Judi’s Country Store building and a tasting room in the Lighthouse Restaurant.
Lincoln County has three new COVID-19 cases — its first in two weeks — but does not have an outbreak, according to the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention.
A growing business offers campers a memorable, four-season camping experience in Jefferson, where they can rest under the stars in one of three domes off North Mountain Road.
Edgecomb voters will consider the 2020-2021 education budget again, with a few changes, in a referendum vote Thursday, Oct. 15.
State Rep. Holly Stover, D-Boothbay, is running for reelection in District 89, which includes Boothbay, Boothbay Harbor, Edgecomb, Southport, Westport Island, and part of South Bristol.
Former two-term state Rep. Stephanie Hawke, R-Boothbay Harbor, hopes to take back her seat in Maine House District 89 this year. The district includes Boothbay, Boothbay Harbor, Edgecomb, Southport, Westport Island, and part of South Bristol.
The town of Wiscasset will use contingency funds to keep the Wiscasset Community Center open until it can hold a new vote to correct an error on the ballot for the recent annual town meeting by referendum.
A lot can be accomplished in 100 years, and Edgecomb resident Roslyn Strong is proof.
A Waldoboro woman faces a felony charge of operating after suspension after causing a three-car crash on Route 1 in Waldoboro, Thursday, Sept. 10.
An online fundraiser is attempting to raise $30,000 to help Bhutanese student Phuntsho Choden — a Lincoln County Television volunteer staying in Round Pond — finish graduate school.
The Accessories Shop closed Tuesday, Sept. 8 after about 15 years in Damariscotta, due to a sharp drop in business brought on by COVID-19 and resulting restrictions.