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  • There will soon be a new restaurant in Damariscotta. The O-Cha Bar & Grill will be located at 88 Main St., in the former Salt Bay Cafe.

  • Wiscasset Planning Board

    The Wiscasset Planning Board continued its preliminary talks Nov. 13 with applicants for Water Street apartments and a coffee business on Route 1, Chairman Ray Soule said.

  • Legacy Properties Sotheby’s International Realty
    Andre Benoit

    The Damariscotta office of Legacy Properties Sotheby’s International Realty is currently displaying the lively wooden sculpture images of Boothbay Harbor-based artist André Benoit for all to share.

  • Wiscasset Municipal Airport

    A would-be ban on subleasing hangars may not fly with the panel drafting rules for Wiscasset Municipal Airport.

  • Shorter days, cooler temperatures and colorful trees signal an end to boating season, meaning, it’s time to prepare your boat for winter.

  • Here we go again, folks. It’s that time! Get your Christmas lists ready for the Early Bird sales in Boothbay Harbor and Boothbay.

    The 29th annual Boothbay Area Early Bird sale is Saturday, Nov. 18, and it’s going to be bigger and better than ever.

  • Two years ago, Stacy Moore was working as a home healthcare provider, caring for a woman in Harpswell who had suffered a stroke. The woman had been told she’d never regain mobility on her right side.

  • At last year’s Wiscasset Early Riser sale, Elsie Freeman missed out on a faux Christmas tree she said had just sold out at BIRCH on Main Street. Not so, on Saturday. The Boothbay woman was back and got her tree.

  • On Tuesday, Nov. 14, Somali Bantu farmers from New Roots Cooperative Farm in Lewiston will give a presentation about their new farm at the Friends Meetinghouse in Damariscotta.

  • Damariscotta River Association

    Damariscotta River Association (DRA) is hosting a two-day, hands-on deerskin tanning workshop from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 18 and 19.

  • Wiscasset businesses, both downtown and along Route 1, are preparing for the Early Riser sale this Saturday, Nov. 11. Stores will open at 6 a.m. or earlier.

  • A wonderful networking opportunity will be held at The Morris Farm on Monday, Nov. 13 from 5:30 to 7 p.m.

  • Robin Ford and her mother, Brenda Sandner, are raising bunnies in Newcastle.

    They're not just any bunnies, though. The bunnies being bred and raised at Growing Rabbit Tree are big, white, fluffy German Angoras with red eyes.

  • It’s become easier for Edgecomb residents to get a quick bite to eat or pick up some household items. The town is no longer without a general store.

  • Wiscasset Village is making plans for a festive holiday season with Holiday Marketfest, four days of special events, unique shopping opportunities and treats for the whole family.