Approximately 10 months after Brad Sevaldson and Greg Uthoff decided to relocate to Maine and launch a business venture, Birch opened its doors on Main Street in Wiscasset. “Everything just fell into place,” Uthoff said, “right down to the ribbon-cutting.”
A Newcastle man with more than 20 years of experience as a mechanic opened a new auto repair garage on Route 1 in Newcastle on Monday, April 4.
A local developer is moving forward with plans to build a 10-unit housing development on Vine Street in Damariscotta.
A garage in Waldoboro has added some state-of-the-art technology, expanding the amount of work that can be done on location and offering customers a one-stop shop for their automotive needs.
Parents in Nobleboro and the surrounding communities have a new location to choose from for child care.
A business with a long history in Waldoboro will soon open its doors to the community once again.
A lampshade and antique store has returned to Main Street, Damariscotta after opening in the same location 20 years ago.
Once Datvik Deirkrikorian made the decision to launch her own business, it was only a couple of months before Water Lily Flowers and Gifts opened its doors in Wiscasset. Deirkrikorian is the proud owner of Wiscasset’s only flower shop at 52 Water St., which opened in November.
A fixture of the Jefferson community will soon reopen after an extensive renovation.
The Hannaford Supermarket chain will complete the expansion of its Waldoboro location by the end of 2016.
A duo of hair stylists hopes to offer an exceptional experience to guests at a new Damariscotta hair salon.
Lincoln County Dental’s new suite in the bottom floor of the Lincoln Medical Partners Family Care Center at 19 St. Andrews Lane in Boothbay will provide easier access to low-cost dental services for people in the region. Lincoln County Dental offers reduced fee dental services for patients at or below 200 percent of the poverty […]
Centered around the production of wool from large Angora rabbits, Barber’s Bunnies, at 844 Waldoboro Rd., in Bremen recently added another element to their fiber business.
Over 50 shoppers descended on Monica Yeakel’s “First Class Florals and All the Comforts” on Saturday to participate in a ‘cash mob’ to increase the visibility of the business and show support for the local owner. A cash mob is a group of people who assemble at a local business to support both local businesses […]