About a year after a fire destroyed the N.C. Hunt Lumber sawmill in Jefferson, a brand-new mill is up and running, employing locals and producing lumber.
Split Rock Distilling has decided to shift its production from high-end organic spirits to hand sanitizer. The decision to make hand sanitizer came in response to the growing number of requests to Matt Page and Topher Mallory from Lincoln County Healthcare providers and essential service industry staff.
Midcoast Humane, celebrating its 70th year as a nonprofit providing animal welfare services to 40 municipalities in the state of Maine, on Friday, March 13 announced the appointment of Dr. Alison Pare, who is a doctor of veterinary medicine, as its first medical director since commencing operations in 1950.
Tina’s Daylilies, on East Pond Road in Jefferson, is now a display garden for the American Daylily Society. This garden is only the third American Daylily Society display garden in the state of Maine and the only historic garden listed in the state of Maine, according to the American Daylily Society website.
First National Bank recently announced a $30,000 donation to Central Lincoln County Ambulance Service Inc. toward its campaign to purchase two new ambulances.
Camden National Bank welcomed the local community during a ribbon-cutting ceremony and reception at its new Damariscotta branch on Tuesday, March 10.
McGreevy’s Corner Store, in Waldoboro, is nearing the completion of renovations and repairs after an October 2019 fire and plans to reopen soon with a few changes.
South Bristol’s Gamage Shipyard will launch its first new build of a boat in nearly 40 years this spring.
A new business in Jefferson offers digital machine quilting services.
After a year of anticipation, Odd Alewives Farm Brewery opened its wood-fired commercial kitchen and debuted its pizza menu earlier this month.
As restaurant-quality meal options dwindle during Midcoast winters, Broad Arrow Farm in Bristol is filling the void with a new meal club.
Two hair salons from the Twin Villages have joined forces to form Lavish, a hair salon for men, women, and children, at 19 Sheepscot Road in Newcastle.
The owners of Seacoast Coffee Co. plan to start operations at their new location in Wiscasset on May 1.
The new proprietors of the former Ship’s Chow Hall, on Route 1 in Wiscasset, are reinventing the restaurant as The Hot Spot Diner, serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
The Camden National Bank branch in Camden National Plaza, the new development at 435 Main St. in Damariscotta, will open Monday, March 2.