The Camden National Corporation Board of Directors announced on Monday, May 1 the appointment of Craig N. Denekas of the Libra Foundation as an independent director of the firm effective immediately.
A large aquarium near the main entrance of L.L. Bean’s flagship store in Freeport greets almost 3 million visitors annually, but local shoppers might not know that a Newcastle business was behind its design and construction.
In the Clover opened in Wiscasset on March 18 with little change to the store’s interior and product line; however, it opened with new owners. Former employee Kasey McNamara bought the store, with husband Jay, from former owners Kelley and Scott Belanger.
After 16 years in the business, The Local Locksmith is ready to retire.
Salt Bay Framers, of Damariscotta, is under new management for the first time in over 15 years.
The State Workforce Board’s Older Worker Committee has opened nominations for the Silver Collar Employer Award, honoring 2017’s best employers for workers over the age of 50 in Maine.
LincolnHealth recently received a $150,000 gift from Spectrum Medical Group in support of the new health center project on the Lincoln Health — Miles Campus in Damariscotta.
When the Sea Gull Shop opens for the season, it will be under new ownership for the first time in 40 years.
Less than a year after launching a successful fundraising campaign to purchase a 68-acre property along Route 1, the owners of Morning Dew Farm are embarking on a new adventure for 2017.
The owners of Emporium Engraving in Newcastle would like to retire soon, but hope to first find a new owner for the business who will keep it in the area.
The Damariscotta Region Chamber of Commerce’s 2017 guide is now available.
April Morrison, born in Bar Harbor to a Down East island family, grew up learning the value of independence and dedication to craft. At age 7, her family relocated to New Harbor, and she has found the Pemaquid region to be her home ever since.
Newcastle Chrysler Dodge Jeep recently received the 2017 Customer First Award for Excellence, becoming one of just 387 recipients nationwide this year.
The Wiscasset Planning Board is considering a proposal for a preschool, after-school program, and toy store at the 179 Bath Road property formerly home to NAPA Auto Parts.