A Pilates studio has moved from Boothbay Harbor to downtown Damariscotta, where it offers private and semi-private sessions on the second floor of the Weatherbird building.
A pair of lifelong friends from Bristol found freedom in hiking an average of 20 miles a day – 352 football fields of all kinds of terrain – for six months this year.
Bluefields Farm, of Whitefield, will receive a conservation award next month for practices that include a successful initiative to attract wild bees and other pollinators to its blueberry fields.
The Maine Bureau of Parks and Lands is planning a timber harvest at Dodge Point, a state property in Newcastle popular with hikers, this winter and next.
As the weather becomes crisper, the new Wiscasset Farmers Market is taking shelter at The Morris Farm.
A plastic straw, printer paper, and tape is all it takes to make a rocket soar for third graders at Whitefield Elementary School.
The Rite Aid at 365 Main St. in Damariscotta will officially make the change to a Walgreens on Nov. 1.
After a rainout last year, Wiscasset’s Scarecrowfest is making a big comeback, with not just a one-day event, but a full week of festivities.
The green pasture of a Whitefield farm is dotted with 19 alpacas and now a new gift shop that mostly sells items made from the critters’ fiber.
A Bristol man has been sentenced to nine months in prison and two years of probation for striking and severely injuring a pedestrian in his pickup truck, then driving away, in August 2018.
Action for Animals Maine, a new Lincoln County nonprofit, financially assists families who cannot afford emergency services and treatment for ill pets.
More meetings are to come after the Whitefield Cares! initiative to better meet the needs of Whitefield residents energized a group of about 20 people on Thursday, Sept. 26 at Whitefield Elementary School.
“It would cost us $1,000 in stamps to thank everybody,” Michael Smerdon, the father in a Bristol family that lost everything in a July fire, said of the support his family received at a benefit Sunday, Sept. 22.
The Edgecomb Planning Board heard preliminary plans for a seasonal eat-in and takeout restaurant on Route 1, next to Peapod Jewelry, on Thursday, Sept. 19.