The Newcastle-based online retailer Citizen Maine opened a new storefront in downtown Damariscotta on March 18.
Somewhere in the state of Maine, $20,000 has been hidden. The search for this treasure, called Maine’s Dirigo Treasure, will engage players in a first-of-its-kind, real-world treasure hunt.
Damariscotta Lake property owners are expressing concern about what they describe as unusually low water levels, but a Nobleboro town official says the lowering is a “natural occurrence” and spring rains are already raising the level.
With a photo of her playful horse Hotrod, Taryn Crummett won the March #LCNme365 photo contest with 51.3% of reader votes.
After a two-month closure, the Newcastle Publick House will reopen Thursday, April 1 with a new menu, a new management structure, and a rearranged and rejuvenated dining room.
With the number of COVID-19 vaccine doses delivered to Maine increasing, LincolnHealth’s vaccination clinic at the Boothbay Region YMCA’s Marylouise Tandy Cowan Fieldhouse in Boothbay Harbor will be able to operate “at capacity” for the first time this week, according to John Martins, spokesperson for LincolnHealth.
Alna First Selectman Melissa Spinney will resign effective Friday, April 2, saying she does not want to work with the new second and third selectmen.
Jefferson voters approved spending $550,000 on a new fire truck, $500,000 to rebuild roads, and $14,250 for a broadband study in the annual town meeting by referendum Tuesday, March 30.
An outbreak of COVID-19 at the Great Salt Bay Community School in Damariscotta has been identified. The school will continue to offer full-time, in-person instruction with no changes.
On March 12, South Bristol’s Gamage Shipyard announced new owners who are old and familiar faces.
May Davidson decided at a very young age that she’d never live anywhere but Maine.
Alna voters rejected a citizen-initiated amendment to the town’s shoreland zoning ordinance and elected Linda Kristan and Charlie Culbertson second and third selectman, respectively, in the annual town meeting by referendum Saturday, March 27.
Since Valentine’s Day, local businesses have received cash donations with notes from the “Peanuts” character Snoopy. The couple behind Snoopy hopes their campaign inspires others to take similar action.
A majority of the approximately 63 parents who attended a 50-minute meeting of the Lincoln Academy Parent Association on Thursday, March 18 expressed support for the new trimester schedule at Lincoln Academy, according to meeting minutes.