Wiscasset Area Chamber of Commerce members, along with owners Andrew and Elizabeth Gross, and their daughter Sara Gross, held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Tuesday, Aug. 3, for the Maine Tasting Center, at the former Heritage Village property on Route 1 in Wiscasset.
After running the Dresden Take Out for over 5 years, Mason and Kathy Dubord decided to bring their industrious energy next door, selling ice cream and collectables out of a former church building.
On July 19, Sara Rademaker, founder and president of American Unagi, a company that grows and sells locally sourced, responsibly raised eels for the U.S. market, met with her construction team on the site of the long-planned state-of-the-art eel aquaculture facility that has finally broken ground in Waldoboro.
A small green trailer in the parking lot of Twisted Iron Customs on Route 1 will open its door on Friday, July 30 to Atomic Shakes, a new business by Maine-ly Elderberry owner Daisy Cunningham.
For Mercedes Schweighauser, owner of Salty Bliss Hair Salon in Newcastle, owning a hair salon means more than just cutting and styling hair.
Opening an ice cream shop in Maine might seem like a left turn for a Boston-based social worker with her own private therapy practice, but Mary Blanchard doesn’t see it that way.
Sheepscot Bay Physical Therapy’s new fitness center, TheGym@SBPT, opened its doors in Waldoboro on July 6.
The Gross family, founders of the Maine Tasting Center in Wiscasset, invite visitors to learn about Maine food and beverage production through expert-led demonstrations, events, classes, and of course, their sense of taste.
Edgecomb will soon be home to Lincoln County’s only body piercing and tattoo studio.
After 15 months of offering strictly window service due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Damariscotta’s S. Fernald’s Country Store reopened to visitors with a new streamlined look on Tuesday, June 22.
Coco and Jesse Martin, owners of Damariscotta’s new plant and lifestyle boutique Wildings, look to inspire customers to personalize their homes with their favorite things, particularly with objects found in the natural beauty of Maine.
After 50 years of family ownership, 18 of them as All Seasons Automotive, the highly regarded car repair shop and gas station in the heart of Jefferson is closing.
Tony C. McKim, president and CEO of First National Bank and its parent company, The First Bancorp, recently announced the promotion of Peter Nicholson. “I am pleased to recognize Pete’s hard work and commitment to First National Wealth Management. Pete has shown exceptional leadership and vision,” commented McKim.
After dipping its toes in with two successful pop-ups this winter and spring, Edgecomb’s Water’s Edge Restaurant & Bar is ready to make waves this summer.