Fred Hebert has always had an interest in real estate development. In his professional career as an executive at a multinational commercial insurance company, he worked worldwide and relocated several times. Hebert has a firsthand knowledge of the differences between “having to sell or buy” a primary residence, to a much more discerning transaction of selling or looking for, and buying, a second home.
After three meetings and a site walk, the Nobleboro Planning Board unanimously approved an application for a bakery at the intersection of East Pond Road and Route 1 on Thursday, Aug. 15.
Damariscotta Bank & Trust is pleased to announce the promotion of Hannah Moore to Damariscotta and New Harbor branch manager.
After taking over day-to-day operations of Damariscotta-based Medomak Construction Inc. in late January, Newcastle native Cameron Creamer bought the company in June.
A new “boutique” bed-and-breakfast with one guest room is now open at 87 Federal St. in Wiscasset.
The Round Pond general store, King Ro Market, is for sale.
Owners B.J. Russell and Lori Crook put a roughly 1 1/2-acre parcel and the turnkey business on the market last month for $695,000.
A new sawmill is under construction at N.C. Hunt Lumber in Jefferson, as the business looks to bring the facility back up to full production in the wake of a March fire.
The new River House restaurant next to the bridge in downtown Damariscotta promises a unique farm-to-table experience from start to finish. The place is run by Eleanor Kinney and Jon Merry, farmers and neighbors in Bremen.
The founder of the Jefferson convenience store and gas station Peaslee’s Quick Stop has sold the business to Maritime Energy, which operates the Maritime Farms chain of convenience stores.
A new Dollar Tree store is open in the Wiscasset Marketplace on Route 1.
After 28 years in a horse barn in rural New York, a country store with a variety of home goods and gifts has come to 52 Water St. in Wiscasset village.
Concord Coach Lines service to Wiscasset was due to resume at a new stop Wednesday, July 24 after more than six months with no bus service to the town.
LincolnHealth’s Cove’s Edge, which offers skilled rehabilitation and long-term care services, has been recognized as a 2019 Silver Achievement in Quality Award recipient by the American Health Care Association and National Center for Assisted Living.
Waldoboro’s new secondhand bookstore has a name – The Village Bookshop – and is open for business as of Wednesday, July 10.