J & J Jamaican Grocery and Gift Shop offers an authentic street food experience on Saturdays and Sundays in the heart of downtown Damariscotta.
Midcoast Crematory, located at 32 Anna Belle Lane in Thomaston, will host an open house from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, Oct. 23. Stop by to visit the new facility and meet the staff.
The owners of Bristol-based Mobile Glass Service Inc., David and Cathy Cushing, are retiring after 35 years in the business and hope to sell the building and business to another willing entrepreneur.
Spine By Design Chiropractic, the office of Dr. Thomas White, is now open at 62 Maverick St. in Rockland. The practice has been serving new and existing patients in this fully renovated building since Sept. 13. Previously located in Damariscotta, Spine By Design offers a disc based, manual approach to adjusting the spine and extremities.
Jane Oliver-Gravel, founder of Supplies Unlimited in Damariscotta, has sold the business to her daughter, Stephanie Reichard, and Reichard plans to maintain business as usual at the popular office supply and print shop.
Lincoln County’s only piercing and tattoo studio has officially hit the scene in Edgecomb.
The Inn at Round Pond has new owners and a new name, the Harbor View House, that pays homage to the original incarnation of the structure when it was first opened to vacationers and workers in the early 1900s.
Knickerbocker Group, the award-winning design, construction, and property management firm based in Boothbay and Portland, is delighted to announce that Danielle Betts, after 14 years with the company, has been promoted to president. Knickerbocker Group is renowned for designing and building finely crafted private residences and commercial spaces throughout Maine using a thoughtful, client-centered approach.
The Hot Spot Diner officially opened at its new location at 542 Gardiner Road in Dresden.
The Damariscotta Region Chamber of Commerce and Wiscasset Area Chamber of Commerce will provide a joint ribbon-cutting from 5 to 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 30 for TheGym@SBPT, Sheepscot Bay Physical Therapy’s new fitness center located at 75 Winslows Mills Road in Waldoboro.
The Damariscotta Region Chamber of Commerce presented awards and recognized its executive director, chamber members, and outgoing board personnel during its annual meeting at Sprague Point in Nobleboro on Thursday, Sept. 16.
The news that the Big Al’s Super Values, a landmark in Wiscasset for 35 years was closing came as a shock to everyone that heard it last week. Unfortunately, it is true. Big Al’s, over the years has become a destination to many throughout the state and beyond.
A new business in downtown Damariscotta, Sheepscot Harbor Yarns, offers unique hand-dyed yarn and a variety of patterns and kits for home knitters.
Exactly one year to the day from when The SeaGull Gift Shop and Restaurant at Pemaquid Point burned down, the newly constructed building opened its doors to a flood of visitors on Thursday, Sept. 9.
Farrin’s Boatshop delivered a new Maine Marine Patrol boat at the beginning of August. The boat, built on a 42 Calvin Beal designed hull and top unit, was finished to a turnkey operation. Its home port will be Boothbay Harbor.