An Edgecomb man’s last act before his untimely death was as a good Samaritan – assisting with traffic control after a truck crash by his home. Now, his widow is in search of someone to purchase the business the couple built through “blood, sweat, and tears” over the last quarter-century.
Damariscotta resident Bailey Chalmers recently completed a three-month internship at Big Cat Rescue, an animal sanctuary in Tampa, Fla. featured in the popular Netflix documentary series “Tiger King.”
Spear Farms will honor a former employee of its Nobleboro stand, who recently died of COVID-19 in Florida, by renaming the peanut butter fudge it makes with her recipe.
A group of volunteers led by a Damariscotta resident is sewing medical-grade face masks and building frames for face shields to supply workers in health care and other essential fields.
The organizers of the Damariscotta Pumpkinfest have canceled the 2020 festival.
“Tirdy Works,” the truTV show starring Somerville’s Mary Winchenbach and her business of the same name, will premiere at 10 p.m., Tuesday, May 5.
With 72% of votes cast, Dick Morrison’s photo of birds flying over Boothbay Harbor easily won the April #LCNme365 photo contest.
Alna Second Selectman Doug Baston apologized Wednesday, April 22 for his recent comparison of certain voters to anti-Semites and white nationalists, while calling the voters’ actions “poisonous” and asking any who regret their votes to inform the town office.
Damariscotta is beginning to review its first application for a recreational marijuana business, as well as an application to move an existing medical marijuana business into a larger location.
Two-term Lincoln County Commissioner Mary Trescot, of Damariscotta, will face a primary challenge this year from Jane Langdon-Gray, of Newcastle.
The town of Damariscotta will receive a $3 million grant from the federal Economic Development Administration to make flood-protection and infrastructure improvements to the downtown waterfront area.
Bristol resident Gina Rayburn recently celebrated her 100th birthday with a mobile party to meet guidelines for physical distancing.
The River Arts gallery currently on Route 1 in Damariscotta is moving into a new location downtown, in Elm Street Plaza.
Fire gutted the Captain’s Fresh Idea restaurant on Route 1 in Waldoboro the afternoon of Easter Sunday, April 12. There were no injuries.