Imagine if the electrical grid went down for weeks or months at a time. What would you do? How would you eat, get clean water, or stay warm? Where would help come from if the rest of the state or the country was also without power and struggling to survive?
Sweet Georgia BBQ, the roadside stand from Bristol, is now open at its new location in downtown Newcastle.
The Miles Memorial Hospital League closed its gift shop at LincolnHealth’s Miles Campus in Damariscotta on Friday, Sept. 13, as the charity examines its current operations and future goals.
Camden National Bank will move its Damariscotta branch from its present location in the Coastal Marketplace to the development going in at 435 Main St. – now named Camden National Plaza.
A husband and wife were taken to Mid Coast Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries after a collision with a car on Route 1 in Wiscasset the afternoon of Sunday, Sept. 15.
Sweet Georgia BBQ recently shuttered for the season at its 1955 Bristol Road location in Bristol, but the lunch and dinner spot has plans to reopen in downtown Newcastle later this month.
The donation of $30,000 for addiction prevention and treatment is only the beginning of a Damariscotta couple’s effort to fight addiction in memory of their late granddaughter.
The Bicycle Coalition of Maine brought 450 cyclists from 37 states and four countries to Damariscotta on Monday, Sept. 9 for an overnight stop at Round Top Farm during their 325-mile tour of Kennebec Valley and the Midcoast.
As the number of Maine islands with year-round populations dwindles, the Monhegan Island Sustainable Community Association is striving to ensure year-round families can afford to live on the island and keep its culture alive.
Damariscotta will make minor adjustments to its draft medical and “adult use,” or recreational, marijuana ordinances after a first public hearing Aug. 28.
A family physician and U.S. Army veteran who lives in New Harbor and practices medicine in Waldoboro is seeking the Republican nomination to challenge U.S. Rep. Chellie Pingree in Maine’s 1st Congressional District.
After two hours of spirited discussion during the “Talking Trash!” forum about waste management in Damariscotta, one thing became clear: there are no simple answers to the question of what to do with the never-ending stream of waste in modern society.
Damariscotta will have a property tax rate of $16.10 per $1,000 of valuation for the 2019-2020 fiscal year, 20 cents less than last year’s $16.30.
Bryce Collamore, a new officer with the Damariscotta Police Department, is no stranger to law enforcement, even though this is his first job as a police officer.