The traditional food of Togo, a cuisine that blends the recipes of West African tribes with French and European cooking techniques, was on the menu for Wiscasset Area Chamber of Commerce members on Thursday, Dec. 8 at Patricia Stauble Antiques.
For about 25 years, Chris Coose has worked as an alcohol and substance abuse counselor. He launched Top of the Hill, a state-licensed substance abuse treatment agency, in Portland about 12 years ago.
The Kidz Closet, a secondhand children’s clothing store in Damariscotta, will reopen under new management Thursday, Dec. 1.
“Bird on a Perch” is one of 500 traditional exercises developed by Joe Pilates. The exercise focuses on building a foundation for taking flight, said Phaelon O’Donnell, which is why O’Donnell chose to name her recently opened Pilates studio, Perch Pilates, after it.
Newcastle Chrysler Dodge Jeep will once again collect gifts for area children during the holiday season.
A Newcastle man has opened a Chinese medicine practice offering acupressure to assist with chronic pain and emotional wellness.
Local business owners Gary and Jane Gravel have purchased Romeo’s Pizza and All-Stars Sports Pub in Damariscotta. After a brief closure to make some changes, the business will reopen as The Penalty Box Pizza & Pub at 5 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 17.
Denture Designs will reopen at its new permanent home in Walpole in December.
The new owner of The ComeFIT Zone Group Exercise and Fitness Studio in Damariscotta hopes to help everyone find a fun and engaging way to stay active at all ability levels.
One of the oldest houses in Round Pond has found new life as a bed-and-breakfast and event center.
After three months, a popular Damariscotta restaurant reopened for business Wednesday, Oct. 26.
In an era of mass-produced, throw-away furniture, two independent businesses have joined forces in Edgecomb to give new life to family heirlooms and create new, unique pieces catered to each customer’s wants and needs.
Three months after opening its doors to the public, Split Rock Distilling in Newcastle will celebrate its grand opening throughout Columbus Day weekend, Oct. 7-9.
A family business offering a 21st-century take on the workday opened in downtown Damariscotta on Monday, Sept. 26, in the historic Gilbert E. Gay building at 133 Main St.