Captain Mattie’s Hot Fat Fish & Chips – the food truck that opened on Route 1 in Waldoboro this summer – closed Thursday, Sept. 8.
A popular Damariscotta restaurant will soon reopen under new management.
Two women who have been friends for more than 20 years recently opened a baking company in Damariscotta.
Waldoboro’s new car dealership is open.
Throughout the month of September, Rising Tide Community Market will be undertaking a major parking lot rehabilitation project, however, the co-op will remain open to serve its customers.
Three months after opening a dessert cart in downtown Damariscotta, SugarSpell Sweets owner April Morrison is expanding the business to take her sweet treats on the road.
After 15 years of owning Salt Bay Framers, Brad Perry is looking for someone to purchase the Damariscotta business.
The former Fieldcrest Manor Nursing Home in Waldoboro recently changed hands.
A Damariscotta-based taxi service has quietly been under new management for the past year and a half.
The Damariscotta Appeals Board voted to uphold the planning board’s decision to require Maine-ly Pawn to plant 11 trees during a meeting the morning of Thursday, Aug. 11.
Finish Line Detailing, of Damariscotta, now offers a new, custom vinyl lettering and graphics service.
Almost two weeks after Crissy’s Breakfast and Coffee Bar closed for a “staffing reorganization,” the location of the restaurant is being advertised for lease.
The long-vacant red building adjacent to Peapod Jewelry on Route 1 in Edgecomb is now home to Native American crafts, artwork, music, and more from tribes across the country. Abenaki Trading Co. opened the doors to its new location in Edgecomb about a month ago and the response from customers has been “thank you,” owner Jocelyn Howe said.
The “cultural fusion” restaurant Cocinas Underground opened Thursday, Aug. 4 in the downtown Damariscotta space formerly home to Paco’s Tacos.