A Waldoboro couple has started a business that combines their years of experience in the architecture industry with other interests and talents, like graphic design and web design.
Mexicali Blues in Newcastle recently teamed up with Go Big for Hunger to raise money while cruising and grooving to a Grateful Dead cover band in Casco Bay. The Maine brand’s second annual Cruise for a Cause charity event raised over $8,500, with 100% of the money benefiting Go Big For Hunger’s mission of ending childhood hunger in Maine.
Colby & Gale Inc.’s recent benefit raffle of a season’s worth of fuel oil or propane raised more than $10,000 for the Boothbay Fire Department.
Sweet Georgia BBQ, the roadside stand from Bristol, is now open at its new location in downtown Newcastle.
A call center – New Taction Inc. – will return Oct. 1 to the Waldoboro building Taction left in 2014, bringing up to 35 jobs back to the town.
Camden National Bank will move its Damariscotta branch from its present location in the Coastal Marketplace to the development going in at 435 Main St. – now named Camden National Plaza.
Pet owners in the Lincoln County area have a unique new service available to them. Heather E. Leeman is now offering expert dog grooming, along with pet portrait sessions, in her serene home-based studio called Hollyoaks Dog Spa and Studio.
An Edgecomb couple has opened Midcoast Craft, a ceramics gallery and working studio that also offers workshops and classes in downtown Wiscasset.
Sweet Georgia BBQ recently shuttered for the season at its 1955 Bristol Road location in Bristol, but the lunch and dinner spot has plans to reopen in downtown Newcastle later this month.
Damariscotta Bank & Trust was recently named as one of the 2019 Best Places to Work in Maine. This statewide survey and awards program was created in 2006 to identify, recognize, and award the best places of employment in Maine who are benefitting the state’s economy, its workforce, and its business. Damariscotta Bank & Trust was honored in the medium-sized category – 50 to 249 U.S. employees.
The Tipsy Butler bed-and-breakfast, at 11 High St. in Newcastle, is under new ownership and once again open for guests.
LincolnHealth is pleased to welcome Lori Ann, a palliative care nurse practitioner, to its program. She joins Robert Hunold, registered nurse Nelda McCellan, chaplain Tom Wagers, and licensed clinical social worker Stephanie D. Field on the palliative care team.
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.