The Damariscotta Farmers Market, which sets up shop at two outdoor locations from spring into fall, has lengthened its season with a new cold-weather location at the Central Lincoln County YMCA.
An SUV struck a pedestrian in a Newcastle crosswalk, sending the pedestrian to the hospital with minor injuries, the evening of Wednesday, Dec. 5.
The building formerly home to Ship’s Chow Hall II in Dresden Mills will become home to Eastern River Childcare.
An attorney for the town of Damariscotta has drafted legislation that would allow service centers to impose a local sales tax, and the Damariscotta Board of Selectmen discussed whether to back the bill Wednesday, Nov. 28.
“Each generation is going to leave behind a landmark of either architecture or construction. This is worthy of that in a hundred years, I think,” Paul Leeman III, of Ledgewalker Builders, said.
The occupants of a mobile home in Boothbay Harbor exited safely when the building caught fire the afternoon of Wednesday, Nov. 28, partly thanks to the actions of a passerby, Bristol firefighter Leon MacCorkle.
When sailmaker Mike Bartles saw a “for rent” sign in front of a large barn at 73 Corey Lane in Boothbay, he immediately called the number on the sign. Tom Witt answered, and thus began the process that would lead to Bartles starting his first business: M & H Bartles, Sailmakers.
A Friendship native with roots in Waldoboro that date to the German settlers of the 1700s, new Waldoboro Police Chief John Lash plans to prioritize community policing and continue his predecessor’s work on addiction outreach.
A Round Pond man emerged victorious in the November #LCNme365 photo contest by a single vote.
A brother-sister duo of entrepreneurs from Nobleboro who own and run several businesses have brought their headquarters home, to an office on Route 1.
A collision of a car with a tractor-trailer closed Route 1 in Damariscotta and sent two women to LincolnHealth’s Miles Campus with non-life-threatening injuries at about 4:30 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 28.
Dresden Fire Chief Steve Lilly argued for the purchase of a 1994 ladder truck during a public hearing Monday, Nov. 26, but First Selectman Trudy Foss expressed skepticism about the plan.
The owner of Merry Barn, the former dance hall on River Road in Edgecomb, plans to transform it into a literacy center for children and teachers after she receives approval from the Edgecomb Planning Board.
There will be a new reason to go to Boothbay Harbor next summer for lovers of old schooners and maritime history or anyone fond of souvenirs and gifts from the coast of Maine.