Mother-daughter pair Laurie and Charlotte Martin has spent over a decade working together at The Best Little Hair House. In this past year, they have made the business and the space their own.
The Edgecomb Select Board has retained Portland-based law firm Jensen Baird to respond to a lawsuit filed by an Edgecomb resident during a select board meeting at the town office on Monday, Nov. 14.
COVID-19 continues to linger in Lincoln County, as 14 new cases have been identified in residents in the past week, up from nine new cases the week before.
Chewonki Foundation’s announcement that it plans to close the foundation’s elementary and middle school education programs at the end of the current school year has left some local families upset and scrambling for education options.
Damariscotta voters narrowly approved, by a vote of 5-4, a $32,500 increase for this year’s snowplowing services during a special town meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 16.
Maine Department of Labor Commissioner Laura Fortman presented the Safety and Health Award for Public Employers, known as the SHAPE award, to Nobleboro Fire and Rescue on Wednesday, Nov. 16.
Lynn Bachelder is a longtime baker and family businesswoman, and this summer she used her talents on a new adventure in downtown Waldoboro with her children by her side.
Growing up in Tenant’s Harbor, Mia’s Shear Perfection owner Mia Feltis never dreamed of having a day job. Like most young people, she didn’t give much thought to having a family, or a career, and she certainly didn’t worry much about building a successful business.
Nobleboro-Jefferson Transfer Station Manager John Arsenault sees a bright future in his new position. For him it represents a new challenge and a return home.
Stars Fine Jewelry, a staple of downtown Damariscotta since 1994, is offering one last Christmas gift to the community before closing — an up to 70% off sale on all the merchandise in the store, co-owner and operator Frieda Hanlon said during an interview on Tuesday, Nov. 15.
Rachel Bizarro, who was born in Damariscotta and grew up in Bristol Mills, feels like she was made for the job of Bristol town administrator.
LincolnHealth has seen three consecutive weeks of single-digit positivity rates for COVID-19 cases and had one of the “best weeks in recent months for COVID-19 numbers” this past week, according to hospital spokesperson John Martins.
The Medomak Valley High School Players took the stage for the opening of their fall musical, “Hello, Dolly!” this past weekend, and what a performance it was.
A 68-year-old woman was fatally injured in head-on collision between two vehicles on East Pond Road in Nobleboro the afternoon of Tuesday, Nov. 15.