The Marketplace Cafe, on Route 1 in Wiscasset, will have a change of ownership May 1. Few customers will likely notice the change, as the restaurant will have the same cooks, the same servers, and the same menu with a few additions.
The Wiscasset Board of Selectmen voted to dismiss the town’s lawsuit against the Maine Department of Transportation without prejudice Tuesday, April 24.
With voter turnout higher than the turnout for last year’s town meeting, more than 65 percent of Wiscasset voters said no, 578-303, to continuing the town’s lawsuit against the Maine Department of Transportation on Tuesday, April 17.
Wiscasset voters will decide whether to continue the town’s lawsuit against the Maine Department of Transportation in a referendum Tuesday, April 17.
Wiscasset School Department Superintendent Dr. Heather Wilmot will resign at the end of the school year after three years as the head of the department.
About 100 people attended a public hearing at the Wiscasset Community Center on Tuesday, April 3 regarding Wiscasset’s upcoming referendum vote on whether to continue a lawsuit against the Maine Department of Transportation.
The Wiscasset Board of Selectmen, on Monday, March 26, reversed its decision to ask voters whether they want to eliminate the Wiscasset Ambulance Service and Wiscasset Police Department.
The Wiscasset Board of Selectmen, on Tuesday, Feb. 13, rejected a consent judgment negotiated by attorneys for the town and the Maine Department of Transportation to resolve the town’s lawsuit against the DOT.
February 14 is Valentine’s Day, a day set aside each year to celebrate love, admiration, and friendship with a special person. Richard and Mary Onorato, of Wiscasset, have celebrated that day together for over 60 years.
Westport Island Fire Chief Robert Mooney will resign effective Jan. 31 after serving in the position since 2006.
Update: The Wiscasset Board of Selectmen’s meeting scheduled for Tuesday, Jan. 23 has been canceled. The selectmen plan to meet Tuesday, Jan. 30.
There are few people in Wiscasset who don’t know or haven’t at least heard about Tim Merry, a man who has worn many hats in his 58 years of life so far, mostly in Wiscasset. He is a veteran, Wiscasset’s former fire chief, a former selectman, and a volunteer firefighter. He recently retired from the Bath Fire Department after more than 30 years and is planning to take a few months off before embarking on the next journey in his life.
The FIX Marine, Truck, and Auto repair shop opened at 313 Bath Road in Wiscasset on Nov. 18.
The former Hunters Breakfast restaurant on Gardiner Road in Wiscasset will reopen under new management as The Cracked Egg on New Year’s Day.