Lafayette Hotels has acquired the landmark Pier 1 property in Boothbay Harbor – home to three restaurants, a marina, a shop, and the ticket booths for Cap’n Fish’s boat cruises – from the Blake family, its owner for 57 years.
A Waldoboro family has relocated their Chinese restaurant from downtown Wiscasset to a bigger space in the town where they have lived since 1995.
Yesterday’s simple pastime of bean-bag toss has been transformed into the competitive and popular lawn sport of cornhole. Sumner Averill, owner of Laid Back Lumber in Wiscasset, got into making cornhole games quite by accident.
The building formerly home to Ship’s Chow Hall II in Dresden Mills will become home to Eastern River Childcare.
Atlantic Motorcar Center, of Wiscasset, is again partnering with the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve’s Toys for Tots program.
When sailmaker Mike Bartles saw a “for rent” sign in front of a large barn at 73 Corey Lane in Boothbay, he immediately called the number on the sign. Tom Witt answered, and thus began the process that would lead to Bartles starting his first business: M & H Bartles, Sailmakers.
A brother-sister duo of entrepreneurs from Nobleboro who own and run several businesses have brought their headquarters home, to an office on Route 1.
Hancock Lumber Co. is proud to announce the election of Eric Dolloff as president of the Retail Lumber Dealers Association of Maine. A Hancock employee for 20 years, Dolloff began his career at the company’s Windham location as a shipper and moved through the business with a variety of roles in Windham, Kennebunk, and Damariscotta. Today, he serves as the general manager of Hancock’s Damariscotta location, a position he has held since October 2006.
There will be a new reason to go to Boothbay Harbor next summer for lovers of old schooners and maritime history or anyone fond of souvenirs and gifts from the coast of Maine.
I recently visited Susan Chalmers, owner of Smitten Collectibles & Nerdy Treasures in Damariscotta, to ask her opinions on the upcoming holiday season.
There’s a resort down at the tip of Ocean Point in East Boothbay that most everyone in Lincoln County has probably at least heard of, if not visited. It has, after all, been there for 120 years.
The chiropractic office Spine By Design has moved from Newcastle to Damariscotta, in what the owner says will be the final move for the business.
A new business, Barstow Farms Country Store, opened in Waldoboro on Sept. 22. It looks like a small place that couldn’t possibly carry the amount of inventory it does.
The LincolnHealth Wound Center, which opened in Boothbay Harbor in 2014, is expanding and will begin seeing patients at the new Watson Health Center on the LincolnHealth – Miles Campus in Damariscotta on Monday, Dec. 3. The wound center will continue seeing patients at its current location on the LincolnHealth – St. Andrews Campus in Boothbay Harbor.
Samovar Tea, which has multiple locations in California and is served in restaurants across the country, has opened its first location on the East Coast in downtown Newcastle as a tea shop and tasting room.