The proprietors of a year-round wine bar coming to Wiscasset village will call the business In a Silent Way, after a Miles Davis album.
In a 27-7 vote, Dresden voters approved the appropriation of $50,000 from surplus to buy land at 540 Gardiner Road, next to the town office, during a special town meeting Wednesday, Jan. 15.
Most Lincoln County school districts report a stable number of English learners this year, while the Wiscasset School Department’s number has doubled.
Nanotech Auto Detailing moved from Damariscotta to Wiscasset in August and the owner plans to expand the business’s hours this summer.
“The Women of the Boothbay Region,” the newest exhibit at the Boothbay Harbor Memorial Library, by Edgecomb photographer Bob Crink, features 20 double-pane framed photos fit for a magazine profile.
A Phippsburg home brewer plans to break into commercial brewing by opening Bath Ale Works in the Wiscasset Marketplace this summer.
A series of smash-and-grab vehicle burglaries in Damariscotta and Wiscasset on Thursday night, with reports of similar incidents along the Midcoast, has police warning local residents to remain vigilant.
A fire broke out in a prefabricated metal outbuilding at 30 Hillside Lane, in the Coopers Mills area of Whitefield, the afternoon of New Year’s Eve.
A longtime member of the maintenance staff at Wiscasset Middle High School who moonlights as a carver and woodworker is working with the Wiscasset Middle High School Art Club to bring a wooden sculpture of the school’s mascot – a wolverine – to life.
The new director of parks and recreation in Wiscasset is a local man who started out in maintenance at the community center and has gradually taken on more responsibility over the last seven years.
The libraries in Wiscasset schools have changed over the last 32 years, but there has been at least one constant – librarian Cynthia Carter, who retired Friday, Dec. 20.
Inside the glass studio in a Dresden salt box barn off of Route 197 is a little world of its own, with the couple running the show simultaneously meticulous and creative in their movements.
Two best friends recently opened a barbershop in Wiscasset village for men, women, and children alike.
A recent special meeting reveals Edgecomb residents have mixed feelings, but share general interest in exploring ways to improve efficiency and access in the town office, as well as forming a public works department.