After 42 years of business, D & L Screen Printers is closing its doors for business. July 31 marks the end of several transformations over the years.
As many Mainers continue to spend more time in their homes, Lincoln County furniture retailers are seeing brisk sales of living room and patio furniture.
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.
Up and down Damariscotta’s Main Street, the COVID-19 pandemic has slowed sales and changed the way many owners of restaurants and retail shops operate and engage with customers.
A new Jefferson business has transitioned from catering to contactless takeout, bringing fresh food made from local ingredients to the community.
Five K Arborist owner and operator Dan Kaplinger recently added a second licensed arborist to the company’s ranks: his daughter, Colleen Kaplinger.
Kacie Gallant has a long history of caregiving at Lincoln Home. Her very first job was doing private duty for Lincoln Home. She then went on to earn her certified nursing assistant and certified residential medication aide credentials in 2004.
Glidden Point Oyster Farms, located in Edgecomb, is open for the season seven days a week from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. There are “shuck-your-own” oysters, clams, and mussels available, as well as beer, wine, and snacks for curbside pickup or dine-in on the outdoor patio. Seating is limited and reservations can be made by calling 315-7066.
In Jim Drum’s 35 years in Maine’s real estate industry, he has never seen a year quite like 2020.
Coveside Restaurant and Marina in South Bristol is back to business, but not as usual, under new management and with a new chef – offering a traditional seaside menu with Cuban flair.
Farrin Properties recently welcomed two realtors to its ranks. James “Jim” Matel and Alitha Young, known as Team Round Pond, recently joined the Damariscotta-based agency.
Reunion Station, in Damariscotta, reopened its dining room Tuesday, July 7.
A lot has changed since February, when Stacie and Al Crocetti found out that their Hardy Boat Cruises had won the 2020 Governor’s Award for Tourism Excellence.
After an expansion and installation of a new oven, The Village Grill Co., of Damariscotta, is now offering wood-fired pizza from its roadside stand at 28 Biscay Road.
Maine Isshinryu Karate Academy Great Salt Bay, in Damariscotta, has closed permanently, citing impacts from COVID-19.