After a successful rebrand in the product’s 14th year, Lincoln County Magazine is looking ahead to another exciting season in 2019.
Coastal Car Wash and Detail Center, a business that began due to one man’s love of cars, is celebrating its 25th anniversary in Damariscotta this month.
Lulu’s Barn, on Westport Island, has become a popular stop for islanders and visitors to the island, for coffee, gifts, and music nights, as well as a unique experience: yoga classes with the business’s resident alpacas.
Mid-Coast Energy Systems in Damariscotta is pleased to announce that Brian Papineau has joined its estimating department.
Ken Gray has been working as a realtor since 1996. He is celebrating 18 years at Newcastle Realty, having joined the firm in 2000.
Waldoboro has a redemption center again, with the new Corner Redemption Center open five days a week at Kaler’s Corner.
There are two new options for a luxurious stay in Boothbay Harbor.
There are still tickets available for individuals to attend the Twin Villages Business Forum on Friday, Sept. 28 at the Central Lincoln County YMCA, 525 Main St., Damariscotta.
A local businessman has renovated a former Dodge dealership on Winslows Mills Road in Waldoboro, transforming the rundown industrial building into a high-tech, secure facility for climate-controlled storage.
A local barber with 50 years of experience – most in his downtown Damariscotta barbershop – will open a new shop at his Waldoboro home Friday, Sept. 21.
A coalition of Newcastle businesses will host the first-ever Newcastle Cares Day from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 13. The day will celebrate the local businesses in Newcastle while also supporting the nonprofits that contribute to the community.
Over the past year, Smitten Collectibles and Nerdy Treasures owner Susan Chalmers has been encouraging young readers through a book club that offers gift certificates to her store.
Anyone driving down Route 27 in Edgecomb with their windows down this summer might have gotten a whiff of lavender as they drove by McKay Road.
The iconic Chowder House, at 22 Granary Way in Boothbay Harbor, has closed its doors after 40 years in business.