An eight-year employee of ALLPLaY Family Entertainment is the new owner of the candlepin bowling alley in Waldoboro, now Sammi’s Family Entertainment Center.
The proprietors of a year-round wine bar coming to Wiscasset village will call the business In a Silent Way, after a Miles Davis album.
While many tend to huddle inside during the winter, the students at Bristol Consolidated School and Whitefield Elementary School are embracing the cold and snow, trekking through opportunities to compete, play, and be healthy this January.
Dresden First Selectman Trudy Foss will resign from the position because she is moving to Richmond, she said Tuesday, Jan. 21. Her last meeting will be at the end of February.
In a 27-7 vote, Dresden voters approved the appropriation of $50,000 from surplus to buy land at 540 Gardiner Road, next to the town office, during a special town meeting Wednesday, Jan. 15.
Most Lincoln County school districts report a stable number of English learners this year, while the Wiscasset School Department’s number has doubled.
Nanotech Auto Detailing moved from Damariscotta to Wiscasset in August and the owner plans to expand the business’s hours this summer.
The new Ginger Mousse Bakery, at the corner of East Pond Road and Route 1 in Nobleboro, will celebrate its grand opening at 6 a.m., Monday, Jan. 20.
A snowmobiler is alright after going through the ice on Biscay Pond in Bremen the morning of Friday, Jan. 17, when temperatures were in the teens.
Friends and colleagues remember Damariscotta businessman James H. “Jimmy” Phillips as someone who would do anything for his friends and ask nothing in return.
The Nobleboro Fire Department has a new chief and deputy chief.
A 2019 experiment on the mud flats of Bremen’s Broad Cove did not show any benefit from “brushing” or “netting” techniques for clam populations, likely as a result of water temperatures and booming predator populations.
South Bristol School plans to introduce a prekindergarten program for the 2020-2021 school year.
A new farm, Veggies to Table, has cropped up in Newcastle to battle food insecurity in Lincoln County.
The Damariscotta Planning Board, on Monday, Jan. 6, recommended for approval a historic preservation ordinance that would encompass the Main Street historic district.