Elaine Eskesen, owner of Pine Tree Yarns, is happy to announce the reopening of her shop on Main Street in Damariscotta. The shop was closed for 15 months due to COVID-19 restrictions and to keep everyone safe.
Britani Fairhurst and Brooke Howard, co-owners of B&Co. Hair Salon, spent many long days and late nights converting the former Stable Gallery in Damariscotta into a salon space. They opened for business at the new location on Tuesday, June 1.
Roadside Eats in Waldoboro opened on Tuesday, June 1 and the ‘50s-themed restaurant has more than a few surprises on its menu.
The Blessings in a Backpack program at Jefferson Village School was Rising Tide’s April Co-op for Community Days partner. Every Wednesday, Rising Tide donates 0.5% of sales to an organization nominated and voted on by 5,000-plus member-owners.
Damariscotta welcomed a new business to its downtown Saturday, May 22, when The Kingfisher and The Queen opened its doors at 79 Main St.
Legacy Properties Sotheby’s International Realty, Maine’s leading luxury property company, with offices in Portland, Kennebunk, Brunswick, Damariscotta, Camden, is proud to announce the opening of their newest office in Northeast Harbor. The addition of this sixth office builds upon the increasingly strong performance that Legacy Properties Sotheby’s International Realty has shown in recent years on Mount Desert Island and the surrounding communities.
Camden National Bank recently announced that Penelope Dougherty has been promoted to vice president, digital support manager. Dougherty will report to Bill Martel, executive vice president of technology and support services.
The St. Jarre sisters, owners of The Perfect Circle Cheesecakery, love everything about cheesecake.
The Good Supply opened its restored post-and-beam barn in Pemaquid by appointment for a COVID-19-considerate spring season beginning at 9:30 a.m. on Tuesday, May 4, just in time for Mother’s Day. The local artisan store filled with handmade housewares and gifts sourced from Maine has grown its collection to represent 90 artists and small businesses.
Tony C. McKim, president and chief executive officer of The First Bancorp Inc. and its banking subsidiary First National Bank, recently announced that Kimberly Swan, of Bar Harbor, has been elected to serve as a director for the bank and the company.
Sasanoa Brewing will open its outdoor tasting room Saturday and Sunday, May 1 and 2 from 1-6 p.m. Allium Pizza will be on-site cooking wood-fired pizzas Sunday.
Newcastle Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram is now Key Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram of Newcastle, after the Key Auto Group finalized its acquisition of the business on Wednesday, April 21.
Shannon Schmelzer loves history, so it should come as no surprise that her new business, The Tinnery, is housed in an 1878 building right next to the historic footbridge that Luther Maddocks helped to build.
Sherman’s Maine Coast Book Shops will open three new locations this summer.
The owners of Dresden Take Out, at 537 Gardiner Road, plan to open an ice cream shop in the church building next to their convenience store and eatery.