Downtown Damariscotta will welcome a new full-service hair salon and skin care business this week.
After close to a decade in business, a downtown Damariscotta favorite will close this weekend.
A volunteer effort to share the stories of servicemen killed in World War II recently completed a profile on a local man.
After three weeks of work, Newcastle artist Jenny Arter recently completed a giant mural on the side of the Oysterhead Pizza Co. building in Damariscotta.
After closing in late March due to the COVID-19 emergency, The Narrows Tavern in Waldoboro will mark its reopening Wednesday, Aug. 5 with a fundraiser for The Waldo Theatre.
Five K Arborist owner and operator Dan Kaplinger recently added a second licensed arborist to the company’s ranks: his daughter, Colleen Kaplinger.
The operator and passenger of a motorcycle suffered severe injuries in a crash on Main Street in Damariscotta the afternoon of Wednesday, July 15.
With the donation of a vehicle and fuel from local businesses and assistance from the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office, the Lincoln County Summer Meals program is bringing food to more children than ever.
Fire destroyed a house at 421 Hilton Road in Whitefield the evening of Sunday, May 17. No one was home when the fire started and there were no injuries.
The Animal House, of Damariscotta and Westbrook, has new owners.
An Edgecomb man’s last act before his untimely death was as a good Samaritan – assisting with traffic control after a truck crash by his home. Now, his widow is in search of someone to purchase the business the couple built through “blood, sweat, and tears” over the last quarter-century.
Damariscotta resident Bailey Chalmers recently completed a three-month internship at Big Cat Rescue, an animal sanctuary in Tampa, Fla. featured in the popular Netflix documentary series “Tiger King.”
IGA recently named Main Street Grocery, of Damariscotta, one of its Five-Star Retailers for 2020.
Alna Second Selectman Doug Baston apologized Wednesday, April 22 for his recent comparison of certain voters to anti-Semites and white nationalists, while calling the voters’ actions “poisonous” and asking any who regret their votes to inform the town office.
Damariscotta is beginning to review its first application for a recreational marijuana business, as well as an application to move an existing medical marijuana business into a larger location.