The Damariscotta Board of Selectmen is recommending the award of an $859,834.50 contract to Hagar Enterprises Inc., of Damariscotta, for sidewalk construction on Bristol Road.
The Damariscotta River Grill has officially changed hands, but new owners Tim Beal and Tamara Dica say nothing will change and patrons can expect the same restaurant and the same “grown-up comfort food” they have come to know so well.
The sun was shining on the Lincoln Academy Class of 2019 for its outdoor commencement ceremony on the track field Thursday, June 6. A cool breeze, a handful of pleasant music performances by graduates, and hard-won wisdom carried the day at the school’s 141st commencement.
A dozen students graduated from Central Lincoln County Adult Education with their high school equivalency diplomas Thursday, May 30, celebrating with family and friends and learning about their career prospects from Maine Labor Commissioner Laura Fortman.
The new coffee shop in the heart of downtown Damariscotta hopes to create community and connection along with espresso drinks and fresh baked goods.
The new marketing and membership coordinator at the Damariscotta Region Chamber of Commerce aims to connect with members and help inject new energy into the chamber.
The district attorney’s office has dismissed five of 10 felony charges against a Bristol man accused of various sex crimes against a minor.
The high-pitched whine of a lone trumpet signaled the arrival of her majesty, the queen, as she descended the Skidompha Library staircase to bestow damehood upon the library’s outgoing executive director, Pam Gormley.
A suspended local attorney charged with theft from a charitable organization in August 2018 was charged with theft from a second nonprofit Thursday, May 16.
Newcastle’s fire chief suspects a heat lamp or light as the cause of a fire that destroyed a chicken coop and killed two chickens the morning of Monday, May 20.
State Rep. Michael G. “Mick” Devin, D-Newcastle, has been on medical leave from the Legislature since Feb. 5 while seeking and undergoing treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder related to his military service.
Twenty-one voters from Bremen, Newcastle, and Damariscotta, including the seven members of the Great Salt Bay School Committee, approved the Great Salt Bay Consolidated School District’s $6,099,967.08 budget during the district’s annual budget meeting Wednesday, May 8.
Coastal Rivers Conservation Trust moved into its new headquarters in a restored 131-year-old farmhouse at Round Top Farm on April 22.
The Damariscotta Board of Selectmen voted 3-1 on May 1 to approve draft regulations for medical and recreational marijuana businesses, which will go to public hearings before a townwide referendum vote in November.
The town of Damariscotta and LincolnHealth will split the cost for reconstruction of Miles Street and construction of a sidewalk on the street.