The next public supper will be Wednesday, Oct. 4.
Sheepscot Bay Physical Therapy in Waldoboro will be closing the end of November.
The first “Wildcat Weekly” of the school year and so many things to write about!
The Damariscotta Historical Society is pleased to announce the release of its 2024 calendar. The theme this year is historical modes of transportation in the community.
Medomak Valley Seniors came together Monday, Sept. 11, at the North Nobleboro Community Center, located at 554 Upper East Pond Road. Doors opened at 9:30 a.m. Bingo started at 10 a.m. and Gladys Glidden won the special bingo prize.
When most people think about the Old Bristol Historical Society campus located at 2089 Bristol Road on the bank of the Pemaquid River in Bristol, what first comes to mind is usually the ongoing restoration of the early 1800s mill or the history center with its exhibits and new climate-controlled archive vault.
LincolnHealth is accepting applications for the summer Certified Nursing Assistant class until Friday, Sept. 29. The seven-week training begins Tuesday, Oct. 24 and runs until Friday, Dec. 15, with no classes during Thanksgiving week.
Excited children and staff reunited with friends as Nobleboro Central School kicked off its new school year last week.
For those who attend Damariscotta’s esteemed harvest festival, Damariscotta Pumpkinfest and Regatta, it’s all about the entertainment and laughter.
The Damariscotta Historical Society’s silent auction to raise funds for cemetery restoration is underway at Skidompha Public Library until Friday, Sept. 15.
Pemaquid Point and the lighthouse are must-see destinations for visitors to Bristol. The lighthouse was and remains an essential tool for navigators. Unfortunately, sometimes it wasn’t enough.
The YMCA Alliance of Northern New England is partnering with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Affairs Maine Healthcare System to grant Maine veterans access to YMCA programs and facilities across the state.
The Maine Department of Education’s adult education team recently launched a Career Advancement and Navigation Specialist initiative to build workforce skills across Maine. The four-state Career Advancement and Navigation Specialists work in different regions of Maine and serve people with the next steps in their careers.
The Old Bristol Historical Society’s Rubber Ducky Race went off without a hitch as the duckies were launched off the recently restored roof at the mill at Pemaquid Falls on Sunday, Aug. 13.
Store leadership at Hannaford Boothbay has selected the Help Yourself Shelf at St. Philip’s Episcopal Church in Wiscasset to receive a $1 donation from every purchase of the $2.50 Fight Hunger Bag in September.