Visitors to Broad Arrow Farm at 33 Benner Road in Bristol have another way to experience all the farm has to offer.
Lincoln County will have a few relatively easy decisions in the upcoming election, with a few candidates seeking office unopposed.
Kelsey Gibbs and Matt Silverman first bonded over their love of the outdoors over a decade ago. The couple, now married, has funneled that passion into Wanderwood, a sustainable stays and events business with an integrated organic farm located on Pemaquid Pond in Nobleboro.
You may have noticed two new bylines in our pages over the last few weeks.
A little over two years after launching their catering company through pop-up dinners and to-go meals, sisters-in-law Payson Cunningham and Shelby Faux opened a plant-based market and deli in Newcastle.
For the first time in the S. Fernald’s Country Store’s 30-plus year history, the business will soon be owned by someone outside of the Richards family.
In the mud room of Dick Chase’s Damariscotta home grows seedlings of ghost peppers that will appear in the next batch of his hottest hot sauce.
Jefferson residents passed all warrant articles, including a 1,002.74% increase to fund emergency medical services and a new medical marijuana ordinance, at the polls on March 29 during the town’s annual town meeting by referendum.
In less than an hour, South Bristol School eighth grader Amelia Rice correctly spelled 11 words to outlast her competitors at the Maine State Spelling Bee on March 26.
Jefferson residents will vote on a 1,002.74% increase to fund emergency medical services, a new medical marijuana ordinance, and 30 other warrant articles at its annual town meeting by referendum on Tuesday, March 29.
On March 13, Bernie DeLisle and Olivia DeLisle removed the brown paper covering the windows at The Peace Gallery, a collaborative focused on showcasing art and craft by veterans and providing a community space to support health, well-being, and understanding.
A Whitefield man is being held at Two Bridges Regional Jail in Wiscasset after a domestic disturbance on the evening of March 11.
Back in February 2021 I sat down with King Eider’s Pub co-owners Todd Maurer and Jed Weiss to chit chat about the restaurant’s foray into brunch specials.
South Bristol residents made quick work of 43 warrant articles during the annual town meeting on Tuesday, March 8.
Jefferson residents will have a chance to learn more about the articles they will vote on by referendum at the annual town meeting, during a public hearing at 6 p.m. Monday, March 7, in the Jefferson Village School cafeteria.