Design-build firm Knickerbocker Group is entering its 45th year with much to celebrate.
Simmons Seafood Market opened its doors at 49 Main St. in Damariscotta this month, bringing customers fresh seafood purchased directly from fishermen and processed in house.
The Pampered Pooch, a new pet grooming business at 218 Upper East Pond Road in Nobleboro, is Crystal Wynn’s return to her passion.
Legacy Properties Sotheby’s International Realty, Maine’s leading luxury real estate company, is proud to announce Charlie Richardson, of Nobleboro, has joined the brokerage.
This March, staff at Lovejoy Health Center and Sheepscot Valley Health Center are happy to welcome Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner Melanie Morin to the team.
Waldoboro massage therapist William Dail in Waldoboro is now taking new clients. Those looking for medical or sports/deep tissue and injury rehabilitation therapies are invited to call 969-3433 to book an appointment.
The South Bristol Fishermen’s Co-op started in 1972 with 12 members who pooled their limited resources. Half a century later, the seafood hub now has 40-plus members and a dockside restaurant.
Legacy Properties Sotheby’s International Realty, Maine’s leading luxury property company with offices in Portland, Kennebunk, Brunswick, Damariscotta, Camden, and Northeast Harbor, has named Andrew “Andy” Lynch chief financial officer.
Mark Abruzese, of Warren, used to buy wholesale from Old Time Donuts in Damariscotta for his snack distribution company. Now, he owns and runs the donut business with his family.
Gallagher, Villeneuve and DeGeer, PLLC, a 40-year old law firm with offices in Damariscotta, is pleased to announce Senior Attorney Jennifer Atkinson is expanding her practice beyond immigration and nationality matters. She will now accept Maine-based family law, business, estate planning, and probate cases.
The new year will bring about many changes, including to the Midcoast real estate industry.
Broad Arrow Farm and Market in Bristol has moved its charcuterie bar, The Rooting Pig, indoors for the winter following a successful opening season on the farm.
Over the objections of a resident engaged in a private legal dispute with the proprietor, the Wiscasset Select Board approved a sale of consumer fireworks license for Big Al’s Fireworks Outlet at the board’s meeting Tuesday, Dec. 19.
Concluding seven months of renovations, the new owners of The Alna Store are ready for the three-day grand opening weekend, running from Thursday, Dec. 22 through Saturday, Dec. 24.