Fire destroyed a vacant double-wide mobile home at 21 Taryn Drive, off Call’s Hill Road, in Dresden the afternoon of Monday, Nov. 25.
The Bristol surveyor at the helm of the former Leighton & Associates Inc., of Boothbay, has given the 59-year-old firm a new name – Boothbay Region Surveyors – and is introducing new technology to serve its clients.
The owners of a Newcastle clothing and home goods business are launching a new division: Citizen Maine.
A lot of memories can be made in a century, from serving in the armed forces to finding a passion for bowling to holding positions in town government many people don’t know exist. In 100 years, Kenneth Chaney did it all.
A Wiscasset man undergoing treatment for an aggressive cancer linked to his work at ground zero after the 9/11 terrorist attacks is encouraging blood and platelet donations to help others with the same disease.
A four-legged assistant in Medomak Middle School’s front office makes the rounds of the school throughout the day, providing emotional support and friendship to students and staff.
Plans for a seasonal eat-in and takeout restaurant on Route 1 in Edgecomb have fallen through.
Three key Damariscotta Pumpkinfest volunteers are stepping back from their duties this year, leaving the future leadership of the popular festival in question.
A new generation has taken over the management of Peapod Jewelry in Edgecomb.
A propane truck crash and subsequent leak closed Pond Road, a section of Route 215, in Newcastle for more than six hours Friday, Nov. 15.
Broad Bay Church broke ground on a first phase of renovations for its historic home in Waldoboro village the morning of Friday, Nov. 8.
A Damariscotta man was flown to Maine Medical Center with life-threatening injuries after a crash at the intersection of Route 1 and Belvedere Road the afternoon of Wednesday, Nov. 13.
Damariscotta plans to create a tax increment financing district that encompasses the new Camden National Plaza development at 435 Main St.
A husband and wife who live in Damariscotta both served their country in World War II: Bill Connell as a merchant mariner and Lyn Connell as a pilot in the Civil Air Patrol and member of the American Women’s Voluntary Services.