Mother-daughter pair Laurie and Charlotte Martin has spent over a decade working together at The Best Little Hair House. In this past year, they have made the business and the space their own.
Waldoboro will discuss several options for recreation facilities in coming months to return to good standing on a federal grant received in the 1970s for its A.D. Gray School site.
Susan Hodder marked the start of her “last great job” on Oct. 3 when she began her new position as executive director of The Waldo Theater. The former technology marketing executive, innkeeper, and florist’s manager from East Boothbay replaced Kate Fletcher, who departed in July of this year.
Representatives of Delta Ambulance visited the Somerville Select Board at its regular meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 19, to provide information about new service fees.
At an emotional meeting that ran over four hours, the RSU 40 Board of Directors voted Thursday, Oct. 20 to keep the memoir “Gender Queer” in the Medomak Valley High School library.
Operating a thrift store was not part of the plan for Ron and Peggy Davis, of Waldoboro, but when a need appeared, they were ready to act.
Katie Genthner’s longtime dream has been to open her own bakery in Waldoboro. Now, people stop the 22-year-old at the grocery store to ask, “Aren’t you the one with the cake shop?”
A group of six women brought together by the backyard game of cornhole have recently relocated The Cornhole Connection from Thomaston to Waldoboro.