The Damariscotta Planning Board approved Eleanor Kinney’s application to open a farm-to-table restaurant at 27 Main St. on Monday, Jan. 7.
Newcastle Realty is sponsoring the cash prizes for the 2018-2019 basketball half-time shoot out at Lincoln Academy in Newcastle.
First National Bank recently pledged $50,000 to Inn Along the Way in Damariscotta in support of its Chapman Farm campaign.
Tarbox Farm in Westport Island has expanded to include Sasanoa Brewing, an organic brewery that uses Maine farm-grown ingredients.
Hello Sailor TMH, a gay lifestyle brand that offers clothing, accessories, and home goods, has recently moved its operations from Maryland to Newcastle.
One of the few traditional soda fountains still around, The Waltz Soda Fountain in downtown Damariscotta turned 70 in August.
The downtown Damariscotta restaurant Van Lloyd’s Bistro is for sale.
As the community heads into winter, The Harbor Room, at 2477 Bristol Road in New Harbor (Bristol), is preparing for the season by introducing a new Sunday brunch menu and a “bottomless mimosas” special.
Sixty-seven years after Fred Blake established Blake’s Boatyard in 1951, his granddaughter and grandson-in-law have become the third generation to own and run the family business in West Boothbay Harbor.
Lafayette Hotels has acquired the landmark Pier 1 property in Boothbay Harbor – home to three restaurants, a marina, a shop, and the ticket booths for Cap’n Fish’s boat cruises – from the Blake family, its owner for 57 years.
A Waldoboro family has relocated their Chinese restaurant from downtown Wiscasset to a bigger space in the town where they have lived since 1995.
Yesterday’s simple pastime of bean-bag toss has been transformed into the competitive and popular lawn sport of cornhole. Sumner Averill, owner of Laid Back Lumber in Wiscasset, got into making cornhole games quite by accident.
The building formerly home to Ship’s Chow Hall II in Dresden Mills will become home to Eastern River Childcare.
Atlantic Motorcar Center, of Wiscasset, is again partnering with the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve’s Toys for Tots program.