Just three months after finalizing its merger with Damariscotta Bank & Trust, Bangor Savings Bank opened a newly rebuilt branch location at 2578 Bristol Road in New Harbor on Monday, April 19.
Moody’s Diner closed Thursday, April 22 and will remain closed through May 2 due to a positive COVID-19 test.
Tony C. McKim, president and CEO of First National Bank and its parent company, The First Bancorp, recently announced the promotion of Jon Nicholson to executive vice president, chief lending officer.
The owner of Hanley’s Market, the convenience store and gas station at the intersection of Routes 129 and 130 in Bristol, hopes to keep the store open for regular business hours during construction in the parking lot.
After three years, Jefferson village has a general store again. On Thursday, April 8, the new Jefferson Market & General Store opened for business.
In their second season as owners of Harbor Ice Cream in New Harbor, Norma and Heather Leeman have expanded the business to include a coffee shop: Cafe on the Hill.
Cabot Creamery Cooperative supported Rising Tide Co-op’s Loving Local Meals program by donating cheddar for macaroni and cheese served the week of March 22, enabling the co-op to purchase more local products from other farms.
The Newcastle-based online retailer Citizen Maine opened a new storefront in downtown Damariscotta on March 18.
After a two-month closure, the Newcastle Publick House will reopen Thursday, April 1 with a new menu, a new management structure, and a rearranged and rejuvenated dining room.
On March 12, South Bristol’s Gamage Shipyard announced new owners who are old and familiar faces.
Since coming to Newcastle, Keleen Watson and Peter Ebanks have not always found it easy to locate Jamaican sauces and seasonings to prepare their favorite dishes. Before opening their own business, J & J Jamaican Grocery and Gift Shop, the couple frequently traveled to specialty markets in Portland, Lewiston, and Boston to pick up products that Lincoln County lacked.
The Waldoboro Planning Board approved an application to expand Delano Seafood Market, on Route 1, Wednesday, March 10.
Tony C. McKim, president and CEO of First National Bank and its parent company, The First Bancorp, recently announced two staff promotions in Lincoln County.
Bold Summit Pet Resort has moved to Waldoboro, just a few miles north of Route 1, and is accepting new clients for home-based overnight boarding and doggy day care while it works toward construction of a luxury facility.