Paul LePage, the former two-term Republican governor of Maine, may be working as a bartender at McSeagull’s Restaurant in Boothbay Harbor, but he says he is “not out of the game yet” and is still considering a run for governor in 2022.
Only four markets in, the new Wiscasset Farmers Market on the recreational pier is off to a great start, no matter what the weather has in store.
The first female commander of the American Legion post in Waldoboro is a native of Waldoboro and 1972 graduate of Medomak Valley High School who served in the military for nearly 34 years.
A food wagon is now open at Delano Seafood in Waldoboro, serving crab and lobster rolls in addition to fried seafood, burgers and hot dogs, and ice cream to locals and tourists traversing Route 1.
After major construction last year, Pine Street Landing, on the Medomak River in Waldoboro, was recently spruced up with the addition of a float, flower planters, and picnic tables.
The Community Energy Fund of Lincoln County is launching a new program to upgrade and replace failing heating systems in local homes, with a $50,000 gift to jump-start the work.
Salty Boyz Food Truck, the new rolling restaurant from the owner of The Contented Sole and the SS Minnow snack shack at Pemaquid Beach, officially opened for business at Popham Beach State Park on Saturday, June 22.
The Whitefield Library Association celebrated the purchase of the former Arlington Grange with a tribute to donors and a ribbon-cutting during its second annual open house on Saturday, June 22.
The executive chef of a Mexican restaurant in Arizona invites all to experience the true flavor of Mexico with a one-time dinner at Deb’s Bristol Diner on Wednesday, July 3.
Last year, the Waldoboro Farmers Market moved from Cider Hill Farm, on Main Street, to the lawn of the municipal building on Route 1. This year, the farmers market is open on Saturday mornings for the first time, instead of Wednesday evenings.
For many locals and visitors, a summer in Maine is not complete without an overstuffed lobster roll or a serving of American chop suey from Larson’s Lunch Box in Damariscotta. The walk-up eatery, which dates back to 1962, reopened Thursday, June 20, after an extensive renovation that will allow for a longer season.
Nearly 50 people turned out at The Second Congregational Church in Newcastle on Thursday, June 20 to discuss how Lincoln County residents can help Portland deal with the recent influx of asylum-seekers into the city.
Damariscotta voters have approved a lease of its former landfill that will enable the construction of a solar array.
Westport Island voters approved the $465,000 first phase of a five-phase paving program, with an amendment to require a competitive bid process, at annual town meeting, Saturday, June 22.