Safe Yard Organics, of Dresden, uses an organic pesticide to control browntail moths and ticks, as well as other pests, like fleas and mosquitoes.
New Whitefield Elementary School Principal Mark Deblois shared his thoughts about “wiping the slate clean” and moving forward on the morning of his first day at work, Monday, July 1.
Hammond Lumber Co. will soon close its Bristol lumberyard and store and move the Bristol employees to its Damariscotta location.
A 30-foot lobster boat in a yard at 18 Town Landing Road in Bremen was destroyed by fire late Saturday, June 30.
Chase Farm and Bakery, of Whitefield, will have a grand opening Friday, June 29 for the new shop where baker and self-described doughnut addict Robin Chase sells her fried doughnuts, homemade pies, and other baked goods.
The RSU 12 Board of Directors, on Wednesday, June 13, received updates on efforts to address concerns about bullying and other issues at Whitefield Elementary School.
Dresden voters amended seven articles during annual town meeting Saturday, June 16, including an amendment to ensure the selectmen consult the fire department before they appoint its officers.
“It’s not every day a church celebrates its 200th anniversary,” said one fifth-generation parishioner present for the anniversary Mass at St. Denis Church in Whitefield on Sunday, June 10.
Home is 100 square feet made of wood and metal, with three windows facing each other. At least for 16-year-old John Rankin it is.
The Wiscasset, Waterville & Farmington Railway Museum will host the first-ever Alna Day from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday, June 16.
“It all started with a hobby,” Forest E. Peaslee said of Peaslee’s Quick Stop, his convenience store in Jefferson. Now, the store is celebrating its 25th anniversary.
Forty-five residents attended a candidates forum Monday, June 4 to ask the three candidates for first selectman in Dresden about their vision for the town.
The rebuilding of the new Freedom Center, which provides transitional housing for men on Route 27 in Dresden, is complete after an October 2016 fire destroyed the building and displaced its 11 residents.
The Edgecomb Planning Board approved an application for a new pub on Route 27 on Thursday, May 24.