The BugTussle Annex, a new full-service, high-tech co-work and meeting space in downtown Waldoboro, will have an open house on Saturday, Nov. 24 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. as part of the planned Small Business Saturday event.
Diners feeling a little sad because summer has come to an end and Midcoast restaurants are closing for the long, cold winter have cause to cheer up. There’s a new restaurant coming to Boothbay Harbor, and between the scenic location and the talented chefs, it’s causing a stir of excitement in the region.
Damariscotta yarn boutique Pine Tree Yarns has been hosting a wonderfully generous campaign since June – which is running indefinitely – whereby one can purchase a hand-knit item from a designated basket for a donation and that donation will go to the Ecumenical Food Pantry in Newcastle.
The newest store in Damariscotta’s Elm Street Plaza carries all the necessities for kids and adults alike – shock pens, magic relighting candles, and shock gum.
An Amish family in North Whitefield has started a seasonal business: Miller’s Custom Apple Pressing. The business does not sell its own cider, but makes cider for customers who bring in at least 5 bushels of apples.
The Damariscotta Region Chamber of Commerce will celebrate the recent openings of four businesses during the 2019 Early Bird event on Saturday, Nov. 3.
Most Americans who drink coffee – and according to foodandwine.com, Americans are drinking more than ever – either brew it in their kitchen or pick up a cup at a specialty coffee shop, restaurant, or takeout window.
The Inn at Cuckolds Lighthouse has been named one of the top four most Incredible Lighthouse Hotels in the United States. This most recent accolade follows a long list of notable recognition for the inn, which has become an internationally renowned travel destination.
Whitefield is now home to the science-oriented Sheepscot Valley Hinterland Preschool, run by two experienced public school educators.
As Damariscotta prepares for an Election Day referendum on whether to ban plastic grocery bags, one grocery store is introducing a program to encourage alternatives.
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Camden National Bank recently donated a total of $2,500 to Hospitality House and New Hope for Women in conjunction with its Midcoast Customer Appreciation Week. The donation is part of the bank’s unique Hope@Home initiative, which supports the vital work of shelters in area communities. Since the program’s inception, the bank has donated over $40,000 total to Hospitality House and New Hope for Women.
A laundromat that has been in business in Damariscotta for around 25 years has changed hands and had some upgrades.
After a successful rebrand in the product’s 14th year, Lincoln County Magazine is looking ahead to another exciting season in 2019.
Coastal Car Wash and Detail Center, a business that began due to one man’s love of cars, is celebrating its 25th anniversary in Damariscotta this month.