Stars Fine Jewelry in Damariscotta hosted its first-ever Spring Fling, a collaboration with local businesses to celebrate the changing of the seasons with fashion, food, and giveaways on Thursday, April 25.
White Pine Home, a new shop for vintage accessories and a variety of other items for the home, will open in Wiscasset on Thursday, May 2.
Drawing on their family’s experiences with tick-borne diseases, an Edgecomb couple has started a business that offers organic lawn treatments to kill and repel ticks.
The new Ollie’s takeout stand at the junction of Route 1 and Route 220 in Waldoboro opened at 11 a.m., Monday, April 22.
Chef Laura Cabot, of Waldoboro, is celebrating her 35th year as a chef and caterer in Maine.
Hagar Enterprises Inc., of Damariscotta, recently received a statewide award for its work on the Boothbay roundabout project.
The Lincoln County News has two new reporters on the job this spring.
The Damariscotta Region Chamber of Commerce’s 2019 guide is now available.
The owners of the Newcastle Publick House will launch a wood-fired pizzeria across the bridge in downtown Damariscotta this fall.
The Topside Inn in Boothbay Harbor will offer a special package this summer, combining a stay at the award-winning inn with a cruise on the 118-year-old schooner Victory Chimes.
The Damariscotta Region Chamber of Commerce is seeking nominations for award honorees for this year’s annual meeting.
Member-owners of Rising Tide Co-op in Damariscotta are advised of the following information:
Cerina Leeman and Paul Leeman III, of Round Pond, will open a cocktail bar in the space formerly home to Van Lloyd’s Bistro, at 85 Parking Lot Lane in downtown Damariscotta, in May.
First National Bank recently presented Good Shepherd Food Bank with a check for $17,500.