“The Taste of Maine restaurant is in Woolwich, but the best cooking in Maine was by Martha Brackett,” The Rev. Bobby Ives raved by phone on Tuesday, Oct. 5.
Jane Oliver-Gravel, founder of Supplies Unlimited in Damariscotta, has sold the business to her daughter, Stephanie Reichard, and Reichard plans to maintain business as usual at the popular office supply and print shop.
The New Harbor United Methodist Church, at 8 Southside Road on New Harbor Hill, is restarting a capital campaign for a new bell tower and other improvements to the building.
New COVID-19 cases in Lincoln County residents dropped by nearly half this week—with 66 new cases identified, down from the record-setting total of 129 last week.
The 2021 Damariscotta Pumpkinfest got off to a smashing start when Edwin Pierpont, of Jefferson, beat his own state records for heaviest giant pumpkin and giant green squash at the festival’s weigh-off on Sunday, Oct. 3.
The Inn at Round Pond has new owners and a new name, the Harbor View House, that pays homage to the original incarnation of the structure when it was first opened to vacationers and workers in the early 1900s.
William “Bill” Smith attended the Washington School in Round Pond from 1938 to 1946 and he can now sit in the restored 1885 classroom and recall learning piano, his time as a Boy Scout, and sled-riding at recess.
Damariscotta hopes to begin construction on the second phase of its $4 million-plus waterfront improvement project by fall 2022, and complete construction by spring 2023, said Jan Wiegman, an engineer with Wright-Pierce, during a community conversation at the Lincoln Theater on Tuesday, Sept. 28.
LincolnHealth saw a dip in positive COVID-19 cases at its Respiratory Care Clinic on the Miles Campus in Damariscotta this week, a welcome sign after two weeks of record-breaking numbers.
The Nobleboro Planning Board tabled a change of use application on Thursday, Sept. 16 concerning a proposed residence for people recovering from substance use disorder and decided to seek legal advice.
The Damariscotta Region Chamber of Commerce presented awards and recognized its executive director, chamber members, and outgoing board personnel during its annual meeting at Sprague Point in Nobleboro on Thursday, Sept. 16.
A new business in downtown Damariscotta, Sheepscot Harbor Yarns, offers unique hand-dyed yarn and a variety of patterns and kits for home knitters.
Central Maine Power Co.’s repairs on an island in Great Salt Bay, which required the construction of a temporary “floating road” for access, are nearly complete.
Exactly one year to the day from when The SeaGull Gift Shop and Restaurant at Pemaquid Point burned down, the newly constructed building opened its doors to a flood of visitors on Thursday, Sept. 9.