Medomak Veterinary Services is overjoyed to announce the addition of Dr. Aria Fowlie to its family. Dr. Fowlie is a graduate of the Cornell School of Veterinary Medicine and has most recently been practicing in Presque Isle. She is a native of the Midcoast area, originally from Thomaston.
Caleb Pusey, of Bremen, recently joined Criterium Engineers’ corporate headquarters team in Freeport.
Macadamia, a new boutique, has moved into Best Thai’s previous location at 74 Main St., Damariscotta, providing high-quality women’s attire in a variety of price ranges.
Jon and Jenny Villeneuve will officially open Tin Top Cider Co. on South Old Sheepscot Road in Alna on Friday, Sept. 3, after years of preparation, a change in the town’s law, and a nearly lifelong hobby of making cider.
The Damariscotta Region Chamber of Commerce will host its 2021 annual meeting and awards ceremony from 4:30-7 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 15, at Sprague Point, 44A Sprague Road on the Damariscotta River in Nobleboro. Rain date is Thursday, Sept. 16.
Elevation Station, a new medical marijuana dispensary, will open in Jefferson in August.
B&Co. Hair Salon, of Damariscotta, is excited to announce the addition of licensed massage therapist Valerie Luce to the salon’s team.
J & J Jamaican Grocery and Gift Shop received permission from Damariscotta to relocate and operate its food smoker on Thursday, Aug. 12.
A husband and wife duo has opened a new craft shack at Wiscasset’s Creamery Pier, bringing lobster-themed goods to locals and visitors alike.
The demand for sweet treats and comfort foods through the pandemic lockdown and reopening has Jessica Deshiro rethinking what she can handle, and what matters most at the end of the day: “Satisfied customers and getting home to my family.”
Larson’s Lunch Box, a local favorite since it opened in Damariscotta in 1962, has closed for the season and will be put up for sale by owners Billy and Barb Ganem.
First National Bank is proud to announce the winners of its 14th annual Customer Photo Calendar Contest.
Maine Booch is looking to put the hooch back in kombucha by opening a hard kombucha tasting room in the municipal parking lot in downtown Damariscotta.
Bristol native D.J. Foster, owner of Bow Jangles Beverage and Redemption, hopes to fill a need for an extensive beverage selection and redemption center on the peninsula with his new store at 2025 Bristol Road in Pemaquid.