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.
Owning a bed-and-breakfast was going to be a retirement plan for Stephanie and Jesse Cheney, but a serendipitous series of events moved the timeline up by quite a stretch.
Debbie Thibault kicked off February in a big way. On the first of the month, she celebrated her birthday. The next day, she purchased the building Deb’s Bristol Diner has called home since December 2014.
Nine Lincoln County Colby & Gale Inc. customers received a sweet surprise on Valentine’s Day when the company showed up to fill their oil tanks for free.
By April 11, Suzanne Strachan will be the new owner of Consigning Women in Newcastle.
The Lincoln County News joins the chorus of congratulations for the Medomak Valley cheerleaders and coaches on their state Class B title. The win was a long time coming for the talented squad and well deserved.
“I think that’s a good omen,” Amber Clark, one of my favorite workplace proximity associates, said as we pulled into the parking spot directly in front of Cupacity on Sunday morning. She agreed to join me for the second outing of this column, a venture to downtown Damariscotta to see a mutual friend behind the bar.
After closing on the business on Dec. 3, new Weatherbird owner Sarah Levangie immediately jumped into work to help get the shop through the holiday rush. Once things slowed down in January, Levangie had time to regroup, close the store for some pre-spring cleaning, and make the business hers.
For the first time since the business’s inception, Wooden Screen Door Co. in Waldoboro is under new ownership.
With more than two decades of floral design experience under her belt, Jessica Newbert has opened her own vintage-inspired floral shop in Damariscotta just in time for Valentine’s Day.
For those who might not know, I am a huge fan of breakfast.
This time last year, I wrote my first-ever editorial during a one-week tenure as acting editor. “Well,” I thought to myself as we went to press 14 minutes after deadline, “Never doing that again.”