A pop-up restaurant and bar are open in Edgecomb, offering an option for dinner and drinks on the way to Gardens Aglow at the Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens in Boothbay.
Bliss Skin Care, a salon offering facials, manicures, waxing, and more, has moved to Nobleboro after three years in Damariscotta.
The Newcastle-based online store Citizen Maine is moving into a retail space in Damariscotta, which it plans to open in the spring, and expanding its offerings to include furniture and interior design.
A new business offers Mac and PC sales and service from a space in the Damariscotta Center building, at 157 Main St. in downtown Damariscotta.
Farrin Properties, of Damariscotta, recently welcomed realtor, CeCe Verrier to its team. Verrier, of Jefferson, became interested in real estate while she was in the process of selling her own home.
The first recreational, or adult-use, cannabis shop in Lincoln County, Coastal Cannabis Co. LLC, opened in Damariscotta on Nov. 9.
The owners of Skip Cahill Tire, at 236 Route 1 in Edgecomb, are selling the property after 31 years in business there.
After a successful summer season, Shannon’s Unshelled is proud to once again be joining other local food trucks at this year’s “Food Trucks A-Go” — a safe, socially-distanced outdoor food court starting Nov. 13. “Food Trucks A-Go” offers a convenient, affordable, and delicious food option for locals and visitors driving in for the Gardens Aglow and Boothbay Lights Events.
More than three decades after opening in downtown Damariscotta, Eleanor & Anita’s Salon will close Dec. 31.
Attic Heirlooms, the craft and fabric shop in the Damariscotta Center building, will close this winter after seven years in town.
The University of Maine Cooperative Extension will offer a multidisciplinary online workshop about starting a food business in Maine from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Nov. 20.
Sheepscot General Store and Farm in Whitefield installed a 55-kilowatt solar array this summer, the first array to take advantage of a new program for Maine businesses and institutions.
King Eider’s Pub, in downtown Damariscotta, closed for two days, then reopened for curbside pickup only, after an employee tested positive for COVID-19 on Thursday, Oct. 29. The restaurant plans to offer dine-in service again beginning Saturday, Nov. 7.
After 26 years as Scarborough’s Collision, the only auto body shop in Damariscotta is under new ownership with a new name: Midcoast Collision.
Resolutions Fitness Center, on Winslows Mills Road in Waldoboro, permanently closed Saturday, Oct. 24. Owners Leslie and Evelyn Crouse opened their gym in 2015, with 92 members inherited from the previous business. Over the past five years they had built the membership rolls to approximately 250. But the closure of fitness centers and gyms in response to the COVID-19 pandemic ravaged their business.