As restaurant-quality meal options dwindle during Midcoast winters, Broad Arrow Farm in Bristol is filling the void with a new meal club.
Two hair salons from the Twin Villages have joined forces to form Lavish, a hair salon for men, women, and children, at 19 Sheepscot Road in Newcastle.
The owners of Seacoast Coffee Co. plan to start operations at their new location in Wiscasset on May 1.
The new proprietors of the former Ship’s Chow Hall, on Route 1 in Wiscasset, are reinventing the restaurant as The Hot Spot Diner, serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
The Camden National Bank branch in Camden National Plaza, the new development at 435 Main St. in Damariscotta, will open Monday, March 2.
The Lincoln County News received recognition for Lincoln County Magazine advertising and the GSB Students Investigate program in the New England Newspaper and Press Association’s Better Newspaper Competition.
Odd Alewives Farm Brewery in Waldoboro recently opened a wood-fired kitchen and is expanding its gardens this summer to include ingredients for both food and beer production.
The Damariscotta Planning Board unanimously approved a change of use Monday, Feb. 3 that will allow a fishing tackle shop to open on School Street.
Alexis Brinkler recently joined Cheney Insurance Agency in Damariscotta as a personal lines assistant. She brings extensive customer service experience and is a wonderful addition to the team.
The surviving founders of Damariscotta Bank & Trust Co. and other community leaders with connections to the bank agree its merger with Bangor Savings Bank was likely inevitable and will benefit the community.
An eight-year employee of ALLPLaY Family Entertainment is the new owner of the candlepin bowling alley in Waldoboro, now Sammi’s Family Entertainment Center.
The proprietors of a year-round wine bar coming to Wiscasset village will call the business In a Silent Way, after a Miles Davis album.
The Central Lincoln County YMCA in Damariscotta recently announced that its CEO, Meagan Hamblett, has been hired as the executive director for the YMCA Alliances of Maine and New Hampshire/Vermont. Hamblett’s last day at the CLC YMCA is Friday, Jan. 31.
Nanotech Auto Detailing moved from Damariscotta to Wiscasset in August and the owner plans to expand the business’s hours this summer.