• If you have ever wanted to name a cannon, you’ll get a chance to do just that at Maine’s First Ship’s annual dinner on May 8. Like virtually every sea-going vessel of the 17th century, Virginia will be armed.

  • A new restaurant coming to Boothbay Harbor is shaping up to be a nice space, and a tasty, healthy dining experience.

  • Augusta, Maine – The U.S. Small Business Administration is pleased to announce that Mary Ellen Barnes, executive director of the Lincoln County Regional Planning Commission, has been selected to receive the U.S.

  • Nancy Roby received the Wiscasset Area Chamber of Commerce’s lifetime achievement award April 19. The presentation was part of the Chamber’s Business After Hours event inside the parish hall of First Congregational Church of Wiscasset UCC.

  • This spring, following a nearly year-long restoration at the Maine Maritime Museum, the 1906 schooner Mary E will be launched into the Kennebec River for the third time in her storied career.

  • Knox-Lincoln Soil & Water Conservation District

    Knox-Lincoln Soil & Water Conservation District (SWCD), in cooperation with Maine Resource and Recovery Association, is again offering local residents the opportunity to improve soil and conserve water right in their own backyards at deep discount prices!

  • The Lincoln County Gleaners had a banner first year by gleaning and distributing almost 6,000 pounds of fresh, local food from five local farms, and they’re looking to recruit more volunteers for the coming season.

  • Wiscasset Middle High School

    In a Wiscasset Middle High School science classroom Friday, Ralph Keyes's students donned dust masks to mix soil and washed their hands to keep healthy the tomato seeds they were preparing to plant in trays.

  • Local businesses who would like to show support for the Wiscasset Parks and Recreation Department can be part of a new banner program. It allows you to display your company banner/logo in the facility’s gym at a yearly cost.

    PORTLAND–The much anticipated extension of Amtrak train service northeast to Rockland will not happen this summer.
  • The Bath Antique Sale will hold the last show of its 29th season on Sunday, April 8. Over 40 dealers in quality merchandise will transform the gym at the Bath Middle School into an antiques and collectibles marketplace.

  • David Stapp, CEO of Peregrine Turbine Technologies of Wiscasset, announced an equity raise that closed March 19 with a $2.2 million gain in the startup technology company’s fundraising, bringing the total raised to $12.3 million since its founding in 2012.

  • Wiscasset planning board

    Christopher Juntura is looking to grow his Wood Lane, Wiscasset hop farm into a brewery. The Topsham man told the planning board Monday night, he expects the business to have about five to 10 employees.