The signage, wood species for an egress stairway, and screens for the utilities for the former Le Garage, with a working name of 15 Water Street Bar and Grill, passed unanimously at the April 18 Wiscasset Historic Preservation Commission.
At 9:47 Thursday evening, Coast Guard Sector Northern New England received a report that at 35-year-old male was seen jumping into the Kennebec River from a pier near Kennebec Tavern. The man has not been seen since.
At 9:53 p.m. April 18, the Bath Police Department received a report of a male who had fallen into the Kennebec River from a floating dock located by the north parking lot of the Kennebec Tavern in Bath.
In its seventh year, bird watchers of all ages and experience are welcomed to attend the Birding Extravaganza, a series of free birding excursions supported by four conservation organizations in Midcoast Maine.
Midcoast Escape Rooms of Damariscotta announces its “Thankful Thursday,” an opportunity to have a great time escaping one of its amazing theme rooms and donating to one of four region non-profit and charity organizations April 28 through May 30.
Members of the Wiscasset Area Chamber of Commerce got up to date on the Chamber’s next guidebook and looked ahead to summer as they gathered at the Nickels-Sortwell House on the corner of Main and Federal streets to conduct “Business After Hours” Wednesday evening, April 17.
Wiscasset Elementary School student Evelyn Herrick has won a bronze award for her entry in the 2019 Healthy Whale, Healthy Ocean Challenge sponsored by Boston-based Bow Seat Ocean Awareness Programs (Bow Seat) and Conservation Law Foundation (CLF).
Lincoln County Gleaners are ramping up for their third season, collecting fresh produce from local farms, markets, and gardens and they need more volunteers. Volunteers are needed not only for harvesting produce, but also to help with distribution, and administrative support.
Wiscassset Parks and Recreation’s annual Easter egg hunt is Saturday, April 20, rain or shine, at the Wiscasset Middle High School track, according to an announcement on the department’s Facebook page.