A South Bristol native recently opened Sea Smoke Shop, a store offering handmade glass pipes, vintage ashtrays, and other products on Main Street in Damariscotta.
Maine Kayak opened a second location July 1, offering outdoor enthusiasts the ability to rent kayaks for a paddle on the Sheepscot River in Wiscasset. “We’re really excited about this spot,” said owner Alvah Maloney.
After a summer off, Joe Lane Lobsterman has reopened at its new, permanent location in downtown Damariscotta. The business, co-owned by Joe Lane and Izzy Nelson, features strong family connections in addition to freshly caught lobster.
The Lincoln Home was surveyed by the Maine Department of Health and Human Services in mid-June and was pronounced deficiency-free. Every licensed senior living community in Maine is surveyed every two years by the Maine Department of Health and Human Services and cannot operate if the required regulations are not met.
A new store selling vintage gifts will open its doors to the public in downtown Waldoboro on Saturday, July 8.
Since word spread that Hunters Breakfast, on Gardiner Road in Wiscasset, would close Friday, July 7, the restaurant has been very busy. It was so busy the morning of Monday, July 3, owner Laurie Ezzell and cook Cindy Allen had to close at 10 a.m. because they couldn’t keep up with the number of people coming in.
Split Rock Distilling, the state’s only 100 percent organic distillery, celebrated its one-year anniversary with the official release of its long-awaited gin.
The Cod Cove Inn in Edgecomb announced on Thursday, June 29 that it has received the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence for 2017. This is the fourth consecutive year the Edgecomb inn has earned the prestigious service award.
A Damariscotta-based architecture firm recently completed extensive renovations to a 19th-century home to create its new office space and a private second-floor apartment.
Longtime friends Cerina Leeman and Taylor Corson said they always knew they would go into business together someday. Now, as the new owners of The Harbor Room in New Harbor, they have fulfilled that goal. They plan to reopen the restaurant in mid-July.
Moody’s Diner, the iconic restaurant on Route 1 in Waldoboro, celebrated its 90th birthday June 19-22.
Just in time for summer, a Damariscotta woman has opened a new ice cream shop at 95 Main St. in downtown Damariscotta, the former home of The Bear and the Bea.
R.H. Reny Inc. was honored with an award for outstanding safety performance during the Maine Employers’ Mutual Insurance Co.’s annual meeting of policyholders earlier this month. Only nine other employers, out of more than 20,000 MEMIC policyholders, received an award for workplace safety from workers’ compensation specialist The MEMIC Group.
The Schooner Cove and Chase Point communities on the LincolnHealth — Miles Campus are pleased to welcome Bruce Hardina to their marketing staff.