The proprietors of a year-round wine bar coming to Wiscasset village will call the business In a Silent Way, after a Miles Davis album.
The Central Lincoln County YMCA in Damariscotta recently announced that its CEO, Meagan Hamblett, has been hired as the executive director for the YMCA Alliances of Maine and New Hampshire/Vermont. Hamblett’s last day at the CLC YMCA is Friday, Jan. 31.
Nanotech Auto Detailing moved from Damariscotta to Wiscasset in August and the owner plans to expand the business’s hours this summer.
The new Ginger Mousse Bakery, at the corner of East Pond Road and Route 1 in Nobleboro, will celebrate its grand opening at 6 a.m., Monday, Jan. 20.
Tony C. McKim, the president and chief executive officer of First National Bank and its parent company, The First Bancorp, has announced the appointment of Daniel Hallinan as business relationship officer, based in Waldoboro.
A Phippsburg home brewer plans to break into commercial brewing by opening Bath Ale Works in the Wiscasset Marketplace this summer.
Lincoln County Publishing Co. recently welcomed three new employees.
Inside the glass studio in a Dresden salt box barn off of Route 197 is a little world of its own, with the couple running the show simultaneously meticulous and creative in their movements.
After three years of anticipation, Split Rock Distilling owners Matt Page and Topher Mallory are releasing two new certified organic bourbons to the public.
A downtown Damariscotta mainstay celebrated 25 years in business this year.
Two best friends recently opened a barbershop in Wiscasset village for men, women, and children alike.
The Damariscotta-born and Newcastle-based department store chain Renys recently received Maine Preservation’s Earle G. Shettleworth Jr. Preservation Champion Award for its commitment to Maine downtowns and their historic buildings.
A chef and proprietor of three restaurants plans to reincarnate the Water’s Edge Banquet & Function Facility, on Davis Island in Edgecomb, as a restaurant, which he hopes to open in mid-April.
Lincoln County Publishing Co. honored two employees with a retirement party the afternoon of Wednesday, Nov. 27.
On Saturday, Nov. 30, board members from the Damariscotta Region Chamber of Commerce introduced and welcomed two local businesses to the area.