Hello Sailor TMH, a gay lifestyle brand that offers clothing, accessories, and home goods, has recently moved its operations from Maryland to Newcastle.
The Bristol-South Bristol Transfer Station now accepts food scraps for composting.
Four people were brought to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries after road conditions caused a series of crashes on Lower Round Pond Road the morning of Friday, Dec. 21.
Residents of Chase Point Assisted Living in Damariscotta were moved from their rooms to the lobby when smoke was detected in a first-floor hallway early Wednesday, Dec. 19.
A station wagon crashed into the side of Crissy’s Breakfast & Coffee Bar in downtown Damariscotta the morning of Thursday, Dec. 13, causing minor injuries to diners and extensive damage to the restaurant.
The Damariscotta Board of Selectmen will not attempt to introduce its own bill that would give municipalities the option to impose a local sales tax, but has agreed to support similar efforts.
The Newcastle Board of Selectmen held a workshop Wednesday, Dec. 5 to discuss the next steps after voters rejected a new land use ordinance, known as the Newcastle Character Code, on Election Day.
People to People, the nonprofit in the basement of the Damariscotta Baptist Church that collects and distributes clothes and other items to local people in need, is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year.
Sixth-graders at Bristol Consolidated School presented what they have learned about solar energy to the school’s younger students Thursday, Nov. 29, a few months after the school had solar panels installed on its roof.
Damariscotta Town Manager Matt Lutkus is recommending regulations for marijuana businesses that would bar new businesses from opening downtown, but allow a certain number to open in the C2 commercial district and the rural district.
The Damariscotta Farmers Market, which sets up shop at two outdoor locations from spring into fall, has lengthened its season with a new cold-weather location at the Central Lincoln County YMCA.
An SUV struck a pedestrian in a Newcastle crosswalk, sending the pedestrian to the hospital with minor injuries, the evening of Wednesday, Dec. 5.
An attorney for the town of Damariscotta has drafted legislation that would allow service centers to impose a local sales tax, and the Damariscotta Board of Selectmen discussed whether to back the bill Wednesday, Nov. 28.
“Each generation is going to leave behind a landmark of either architecture or construction. This is worthy of that in a hundred years, I think,” Paul Leeman III, of Ledgewalker Builders, said.