A Boothbay Harbor man was not hurt when the pickup truck he was driving rolled over on Route 1 in Edgecomb the morning of Monday, Dec. 10.
Thirteen small businesses will open in Wiscasset on Tuesday, Dec. 11 – each owned and run by an entrepreneur no older than 12.
The building formerly home to Ship’s Chow Hall II in Dresden Mills will become home to Eastern River Childcare.
Dresden Fire Chief Steve Lilly argued for the purchase of a 1994 ladder truck during a public hearing Monday, Nov. 26, but First Selectman Trudy Foss expressed skepticism about the plan.
The founder of The Center for Teaching and Learning will avoid jail time for a series of seven shoplifting incidents if she follows certain conditions for a year.
The owner of Merry Barn, the former dance hall on River Road in Edgecomb, plans to transform it into a literacy center for children and teachers after she receives approval from the Edgecomb Planning Board.
The chiropractic office Spine By Design has moved from Newcastle to Damariscotta, in what the owner says will be the final move for the business.
An Alna resident who specializes in the preservation and restoration of historic buildings is encouraging the town to consider regulations to govern their demolition.
Three Amish businessmen came to the Whitefield Planning Board on Wednesday, Nov. 14 with plans to build three separate commercial buildings. The board approved one application and will review the other two at its next meeting.
The owner of the former Aaron Michaels Salon in downtown Newcastle has returned to the village with the new B&Co. Hair Salon, in the Consigning Women building.
From one full-time officer in August, the Wiscasset Police Department has completed a rebuild of its roster with the hire of a new patrol officer.
The Alna selectmen started an online fundraiser after an ATV accident left Town Clerk Liz Brown and her husband, former Selectman Louis “Butch” Brown, in the hospital with numerous injuries.
United by their past as athletes and their present experience with cancer, five local men in their 70s and 80s gather to work out and support one another at the Wiscasset Community Center several days each week.
A full house witnessed the presentation of the Boston Post Cane to lifelong Whitefield resident and “legend” Albert Boynton, 92, at the Whitefield Historical Society’s meeting place above the town office Saturday, Nov. 3.