• Over 140 people turned out to celebrate the nominees and the award winners of the Boothbay Harbor Region Chamber of Commerce’s 56th annual Community Awards held on Tuesday, May 29 at Spruce Point Inn.

  • 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.

  • For Todd Hyson, family and tradition are of utmost importance, and when he recently started his own business on land that has been in his family for generations, it was, in his words, a dream come true.

  • 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.

  • Ever wish you could leave for work in the morning and not worry about your pet’s having separation anxiety, or about having to arrange your daily schedule around your dog’s bathroom habits?

  • 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.