The Hot Spot Diner officially opened at its new location at 542 Gardiner Road in Dresden.
Traditions dating back to over 150 years were bestowed on the late Peter Rines on Sunday, Sept. 19, at the Wiscasset Fire Department, during the celebration of his life, including the aerial ladders cross, bagpipes, and the ringing of the bell. Eulogies and the Fireman’s Prayer were recited, as well.
The Nobleboro Planning Board tabled a change of use application on Thursday, Sept. 16 concerning a proposed residence for people recovering from substance use disorder and decided to seek legal advice.
It’s Sept. 21, a bright Tuesday morning, and like every other Tuesday morning Newcastle’s Mariellen Whelan can be found at the Ecumenical Food Pantry at the Second Congregational Church, hustling between parked vehicles, chatting with their occupants, and shuttling diapers out to the families that need them.
Fire engulfed a camper at the gas pumps at the Irving station and Circle K at 639 Bath Road in Wiscasset on Friday, Sept. 24. There were no injuries but the camper and its contents were a total loss.
Edgecomb’s selectmen honored Dr. Jack Sarmanian, the town’s former chair of the board of selectmen who passed away on Sept. 11, at their meeting on Monday, Sept. 20.
The Damariscotta Region Chamber of Commerce presented awards and recognized its executive director, chamber members, and outgoing board personnel during its annual meeting at Sprague Point in Nobleboro on Thursday, Sept. 16.
A collection of jams and jellies, pickles and relishes, sauces and chutneys glows in shades of pale emerald, or deep ruby in the light of a window at the Bremen Town House.
The news that the Big Al’s Super Values, a landmark in Wiscasset for 35 years was closing came as a shock to everyone that heard it last week. Unfortunately, it is true. Big Al’s, over the years has become a destination to many throughout the state and beyond.
Name a river in Maine, and odds are that Newcastle’s Zip Kellogg can tell you how to navigate it. A retired librarian with a tireless passion for exploration, Kellogg knows his state in a way that few people do.
A Dresden woman and her dog are safe after a fire destroyed their home Sunday afternoon, Sept. 19.
A new business in downtown Damariscotta, Sheepscot Harbor Yarns, offers unique hand-dyed yarn and a variety of patterns and kits for home knitters.
Central Maine Power Co.’s repairs on an island in Great Salt Bay, which required the construction of a temporary “floating road” for access, are nearly complete.
Exactly one year to the day from when The SeaGull Gift Shop and Restaurant at Pemaquid Point burned down, the newly constructed building opened its doors to a flood of visitors on Thursday, Sept. 9.