The Bristol surveyor at the helm of the former Leighton & Associates Inc., of Boothbay, has given the 59-year-old firm a new name – Boothbay Region Surveyors – and is introducing new technology to serve its clients.
A Wiscasset man undergoing treatment for an aggressive cancer linked to his work at ground zero after the 9/11 terrorist attacks is encouraging blood and platelet donations to help others with the same disease.
Central Maine Power Co. may build a temporary “floating road” to enable repairs on an island in Great Salt Bay in Newcastle.
Three key Damariscotta Pumpkinfest volunteers are stepping back from their duties this year, leaving the future leadership of the popular festival in question.
A propane truck crash and subsequent leak closed Pond Road, a section of Route 215, in Newcastle for more than six hours Friday, Nov. 15.
A Damariscotta man was flown to Maine Medical Center with life-threatening injuries after a crash at the intersection of Route 1 and Belvedere Road the afternoon of Wednesday, Nov. 13.
Damariscotta plans to create a tax increment financing district that encompasses the new Camden National Plaza development at 435 Main St.
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.