Lincoln Academy students exchanged ideas with students from the University of Maine’s Darling Marine Center at the first Project Share Day on Monday, Nov. 4.
LincolnHealth will demolish the Teel House on its Miles Campus in Damariscotta at the end of November to make room for parking.
Newcastle voters elected a lifelong resident to fill a vacant seat on the board of selectmen in an uncontested special election Tuesday, Nov. 5.
Damariscotta voters approved a series of ordinances and ordinance amendments to regulate medical and recreational marijuana businesses Tuesday, Nov. 5, clearing the way for a variety of cannabis-based businesses to open when the new rules take effect in January.
The Newcastle Board of Selectmen voted 4-0 to deny Lincoln Academy’s request for an abatement of property taxes for eight dorm parent apartments Monday, Oct. 28.
The committee behind the Damariscotta Pumpkinfest & Regatta is losing a couple of key organizers and “begging” for new volunteers to help run the wildly popular festival.
A company owned by Nobleboro oyster entrepreneur Brendan Parsons is applying for a new 20-year, 12.98-acre aquaculture lease in the Damariscotta River.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has announced a new hemp program, days after Maine officials went to bat for a Whitefield farm that lost its financing and insurance over a lack of clarity in federal hemp regulations.
Follow the signs for the “Halloween house” on Snowball Hill Road and then take the long, slow drive down Cushing Farm Road in New Harbor for a kid-friendly, ghoulish experience.
An SUV rear-ended a box truck on Route 1 in Newcastle the morning of Monday, Oct. 28, mangling the Jeep but causing no serious injuries.
The old Pemaquid Beach building went up in flames during a training exercise for local firefighters Sunday, Oct. 20.
Follow the signs for Bigfoot to the Y-Knot Underground, the new eatery at 590 Main St. in Damariscotta.
After 200 years in existence, some things have changed and some have stayed the same at the Damariscotta Baptist Church. Through it all, the church has remained a solid foundation for the surrounding community.
Another impressive crowd of pumpkin enthusiasts from near and far flooded the Twin Villages for the 13th annual Damariscotta Pumpkinfest & Regatta over the holiday weekend, Oct. 12-14.