The new River House restaurant next to the bridge in downtown Damariscotta promises a unique farm-to-table experience from start to finish. The place is run by Eleanor Kinney and Jon Merry, farmers and neighbors in Bremen.
A photo of buoys on the footbridge in Boothbay Harbor received 46% of readers’ votes to win the July #LCNme365 photo contest.
Fire destroyed a barn and killed a large number of chickens and ducks inside, although some cattle escaped, at 1071 Old Augusta Road in Waldoboro late Wednesday, July 31 and early Thursday, Aug. 1.
The founder of the Jefferson convenience store and gas station Peaslee’s Quick Stop has sold the business to Maritime Energy, which operates the Maritime Farms chain of convenience stores.
Demolition work, part of a project to preserve historical features at the Head Tide Dam in Alna and improve fish passage on the Sheepscot River, began July 24 after preparations started earlier this month.
A white 1987 Jeep Wrangler went for a swim in The Gut the evening of Monday, July 29, after sliding down the ramp at Eugley Landing in South Bristol.
A new Dollar Tree store is open in the Wiscasset Marketplace on Route 1.
The district attorney’s office has dismissed a manslaughter charge against a Massachusetts boater in connection with a swimmer’s death on Damariscotta Lake last August, saying it could not prove the charge beyond a reasonable doubt.
The renovations underway in the front office at Lincoln Academy illustrate the approach of openness and community new Head of School Jeffrey Burroughs hopes to bring to the school.
Under an open-air barn with water dripping from its eaves, a group of 10 girls share their experiences after a week of camp programs with Hearty Roots.
The former Hammond Lumber Co. storefront next to the historic Pemaquid Mill building at 2089 Bristol Road is set to become the Bristol History Center and serve as the new headquarters of the Old Bristol Historical Society.
Ryan Gaul, a Damariscotta native and 1992 graduate of Lincoln Academy who has appeared on TV comedies including “The Last O.G.,” “Superstore,” and “House of Lies,” will return to Lincoln County for the Maine debut of his new short film at the inaugural MidCoast Film Festival.
After 28 years in a horse barn in rural New York, a country store with a variety of home goods and gifts has come to 52 Water St. in Wiscasset village.
The Alna Board of Selectmen accepted a $125,000 offer for the old town office Wednesday, July 24, from a Bath couple that plans to move into the house with their seven children.