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  • The first Damariscotta Oyster Celebration continued into the second day with tours of local oyster growers and the Ira C. Darling Center. The day ended with a multi-course dinner featuring Maine harvested seafood. 

  • The Wiscasset Area Chamber of Commerce met in its new office for this month’s Business After Hours gathering Thursday evening, June 14. The Chamber is sharing space at the Lincoln County Regional Planning Commission building on Route 1.

  • David B. Soule Jr. and William W. Logan, partners in the firm of Soule, Soule & Logan, are pleased to announce that Jeffrey S. LaCourse is now associated with the firm.

  • Maine’s First Ship is hosting its midsummer “New Year’s Eve” party on Saturday, June 23 at the Bath Freight Shed. Because the arrival of summer deserves a party.

  • Ever notice that “free” isn’t always free?

  • A local baker is making cupcakes and cakes for all occasions.

  • This summer in Phippsburg at 6 Parker Head Road, home of Anna B’s Secondhand Barn Shop, entertaining free talks will be held on Tuesdays at 2 p.m. Members of all communities are invited to join shopkeeper, Dr. Marilyn C.

  • Author Christopher White will be at Topside Inn in Boothbay Harbor June 27 for a reading and book-signing of his new book,  “The Last Lobster: Boo

  • Women Mind the Water celebrates two of Maine’s indispensable resources – women and water – with its digital stories project. Women Mind the Water (WMW) Digital Stories Project offers women and girls a place to share personal stories about their experiences with water.

  • A sunken World War II-era minesweeper that sank in Wiscasset harbor over the winter will be marked with buoys to warn summer boaters of its presence.

    Wiscasset Police Chief Jeff Lange discussed the derelict vessel with Harbor Master Officer Levon Trask Tuesday morning.

  • Dr. Heather Leslie, director of the University of Maine Darling Marine Center, has received the Outstanding Public Service Award from College of Natural Sciences, Forestry, and Agriculture at the University of Maine.

  • Edgecomb Planning Board

    When plans to sell their Cooks Landing property this spring fell through, the owners looked for an alternative. Brian Cookson and Cindy Landry sought a different use for their Route 27 property which included a convenience store and nine seasonal rental cabins.

  • Bailey Bartlett loves digging in the dirt. She started her business, Bailey’s Blooms, two years ago, and is transforming the grounds around Montsweag Farms Restaurant on Route 1 in Woolwich, after moving to Westport Island around a year ago.