Visitors to Broad Arrow Farm at 33 Benner Road in Bristol have another way to experience all the farm has to offer.
Legacy Properties Sotheby’s International Realty, Maine’s leading luxury real estate company, is proud to announce Colin Harvey, of Boothbay, has joined the brokerage.
First National Bank recently presented $2,500 to Twin Villages Foodbank Farm to support their efforts growing quality fresh produce for neighbors in need in Lincoln County.
The Maine Lobstermen’s Association has teamed up with one of Maine’s most iconic lobster shacks, Red’s Eats in Wiscasset, to launch its fall fundraising challenge urging all businesses that rely on a strong lobster industry to contribute to the association’s Save Maine Lobstermen campaign.
Jesse Ferreira started the Damariscotta business Jesse Sheds two years ago and slowly built a steady customer base by doing good work and relying on word-of-mouth recommendations.
A Damariscotta landmark is going on the market in the near future. The lucky buyer will purchase a destination business with name recognition, a well-established clientele, and an enviable placement in niche market that cuts across demographic lines.
Camden National Bank is pleased to announce that it has been named one of the “Best Places to Work in Maine” for the second year in a row.
William “Bill” Martel has been promoted to executive vice president and chief technology officer at Camden National Bank.
First National Bank recently announced the launch of their Spirit VISA® Debit Cards.
Longtime supporters of Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens, Lyn and Daniel Lerner, were honored recently in a dedication ceremony celebrating the newly named Lyn and Daniel Lerner Visitor Center.
Born and raised in Massachusetts, Debby Schling has called Maine home for over 20 years now. She spends her time between her two residences in Damariscotta and South Bristol, which allows her familiarity and comfort across several Midcoast communities.
A little over two years after launching their catering company through pop-up dinners and to-go meals, sisters-in-law Payson Cunningham and Shelby Faux opened a plant-based market and deli in Newcastle.
For 95 years, Moody’s Diner has been a signature business in Lincoln County. Thousands of customers have experienced the classic diner, dining on homemade baked goods and home cooked meals. The business recently added a new feature to the Moody’s experience – an ice cream stand called A Twist of Moody’s.
The Good Supply in Pemaquid celebrates its 10th anniversary on Saturday, Aug. 6, with the opening of Whale Club, an exhibit featuring the installation of a 9-foot whale sculpture, created by UpSculpt artist Cindy Pease Roe.
The new owners of King Eider’s Pub in Damariscotta are looking to maintain the iconic downtown establishment as the “same place” with the “same faces” and “same food,” new owner Scott McArdle said on Monday, July 25.