Work

  • The Wiscasset Area Chamber of Commerce held its eighth annual award dinner Thursday, Feb. 7 at the 1812 Farm in Bristol. Stone Cove Catering catered.

  • Harbor Theater

    The Harbor Theater will offer a free screening of the documentary "Lobster War" on Saturday, March 2 at 2 p.m., accompanied by a Q&A session with Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences researcher Nick Record. 

  • Meeting Thursday evening, Feb. 7, the Edgecomb planning board quickly approved the site plan for a visitor information center and market-café on Route 1. Gayle Hunt and Bill Burge represented owners Scott Larson and Bruce Harris, partners in Water’s Edge Development, LLC.

  • Things will be buzzing in downtown Bath this February and March as Main Street Bath’s annual Be Bath, Buy Bath promotion returns. Over forty businesses in the city downtown are participating in a program that will give shoppers an opportunity to win Gift of Bath gift certificates each week.

  • Discover the fascinating hobby of beekeeping. A seven-week course, presented by experienced beekeepers from the Knox-Lincoln County Beekeepers (KLCB) and the Maine’s State Bee Inspector, will be held on consecutive Tuesday evenings from 6 to 8:30 p.m.

  • Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences

    A new study has revealed how a group of deep-sea microbes provides clues to the evolution of life on Earth, according to a recent paper in The ISME Journal.

  • Cleanup work is underway at the Mason Station powerhouse, the only part of the peninsula currently owned by Mason Station LLC, according to Steve Dyer at Ransom Engineering, the company performing the work.

  • Join Midcoast Conservancy April 27 and 28 for a one-and-a-half day course designed for beginners at Hidden Valley Nature Center in Jefferson.

  • When the Edgecomb planning board meets Thursday, Feb. 7, it will be asked to review and approve the site plan for a Midcoast Gateway Visitor Information Center and market/café on Route 1.

  • harvested from a crocus that blooms during a short period in autumn

    WALDOBORO — When Barbara Boardman and her husband, Chris Augusta, moved to Maine in 2000 they were inspired by their rich personal connections to a state where he summered as a child and she attended college.

  • On Wednesday, Feb. 13, the University of Maine’s Darling Marine Center will host a brown-bag seminar by Christopher Rigaud that provides an inside look at the U.S. Antarctic Diving Program.

  • Do you have a business idea you want to put into action?

  • Shellfish such as oysters and mussels have the potential to revolutionize human health research, according to a new paper in Developmental and Comparative Immunology.

  • Energy, Technology and Utilities Committee

    Rep. Seth Berry (D-Bowdoinham), has proposed a bill to buy Central Maine Power and Emera using revenue bonds, creating the new entity “Maine Power Delivery,"owned by taxpayers and known as a “consumer-owned utility” or COU.

  • The former Huber’s Market building on Route 1 will be razed to make way for a proposed Dollar General if the project wins approval from the Wiscasset Planning Board. The board reviewed plans for the bargain retail store Monday night.