• Red’s Eats, the iconic roadside take-out stand at 41 Water Street in Wiscasset, has earned one more in its long list of accolades. Known far and wide for its famously huge, fresh Maine lobster roll, on the website’s list of “The Most Iconic Restaurant in Every Single U.S.

  • In the Clover, a women's specialty boutique in Wiscasset, has new owners.

    Kasey McNamara and her husband Jay took over the store and all its merchandise in February.

  • Alna selectmen

    Alna selectmen talked contracts May 24, awarding one and moving closer on others. As a result, the town has a new contractor to cut grass; possibly the same plowing contractor for another three years; and a prospective firm for the town-wide revaluation voters approved in March.

  • Big Al’s Super Values in Wiscasset is the subject of a six-page piece in the June issue of Down East Magazine, Al Cohen, owner of the Route One store, told fellow Ordinance Review Committee members Monday night.

  • Wiscasset Planning Board

    Progress on the Clark’s Point Subdivision continues in Wiscasset with Monday’s approval of another update to the plan. The Planning Board unanimously supported changing it for the second time in months.

  • Twin Villages Foodbank Farm (TVFF) in Damariscotta is setting an ambitious goal for its second season, growing even more fresh nutrient-dense food to serve many more outlets in Lincoln County.

  • So last week I left you tied to a mooring off Monhegan on a moonlit late August night. Sorry about that, but there are worse places. And I like to think it was a clear, starry, moonlit night, but I honestly have no recollection of that.

  • Joe Ford, MBA, EA, has assumed responsibility for guiding the finances of three local companies that make up The Cheney Financial Group.

  • Alna selectmen announced Friday, they hired Liz Brown as the next town clerk. Brown, an Alna resident, succeeds Lisa Arsenault.

  • Join Midcoast Conservancy for an Invasive Plant Identification workshop on Thursday, May 25 from 4:30-6:30 p.m.

  • The Wiscasset Planning Board decided Monday, the town needs to seek Mason Station LLC’s consent if it wants a new lot at the Point East Subdivision. The town wants to create it from tax-acquired lots and sell it to a growing Wiscasset technology business.

  • Alna selectmen have questions for the state after hearing from the man who has been harvesting alewives in town for three decades. The board agreed May 3 to have Third Selectman Doug Baston write the Maine Department of Marine Resources a letter.

  • Dick Cleveland of Newcastle may have the ideal part-time retirement job. Cleveland is “The Local Locksmith.”

  • Lincoln County Regional Planning Commission

    Lincoln County Regional Planning Commission (LCRPC) hosted a listening session May 3 as part of a federal evaluation of the Maine Coastal Management Program.