• The Pemaquid Oyster Festival, Damariscotta’s annual celebration of the working waterfront, marine conservation, and the Pemaquid oyster, is scheduled for Sunday, Sept. 30 from noon to dusk. The popular event is an important fundraiser for the Edward A.

  • Meet the many critters that make their home among the rocks, sand, and seaweed on Tuesday, Aug. 7 from 1 to 3 p.m.

  • The National Safety Council announced last month that six Hammond Lumber Company stores have won the 2018 Industry Leader Award for outstanding safety.

  • The words apothecary shop might bring thoughts of a dim room filled with herbs, hanging to dry, potions, tinctures in small vials, mortars and pestles filled with creams and dried plants, and hand-rolled pills, all overseen by someone who dispensed medications and sage advice.

  • August 9-12
  • Shuck Station is a converted gas station, now oyster paradise

    NEWCASTLE— If you’ve ever sampled raw oysters at Ondine in Belfast, Hoxbill in Camden, and Suzuki Sushi, North Beacon Oysters and Café Miranda in Rockland, chances are they came from eight oysters farms on the Damariscotta River.

  • The Arctic climate is changing faster than anywhere else in the world. On July 31, a Swedish-American research expedition to the Arctic Ocean will set sail to study how these polar changes may impact global temperatures by altering cloud formation.

  • Learn the basics of government contracting for small business! Join Maine PTAC Procurement Counselor Bryan Wallace at 9 am, Wednesday, Aug. 15, at the Lincoln County Regional Planning Commission as he explains what it takes to sell to the Federal Government.

  • There is a lot of buzz about pollinators these days, especially for farmers. Join farmers Brady Hatch and Brendan Quillen at Morning Dew Farm in Damariscotta on Wednesday, Aug. 1 from 5-7 p.m. to for a free walk and talk, “Pollinators in Agriculture: Who’s Who and How to Conserve Them.”

  • Twin Villages Foodbank (TVFF) Farm Assistant Manager Kaitlyn Gardner is a blur of motion, tugging large fistfuls of beets up out of the earth and twisting off the greens before dropping the ruby red roots into a crate.

  • Sarah's Cafe catered Al Roker, Craig Melvin and a crew from NBC's “Today” show this week.

  • The field of astrobiology includes the search for life elsewhere in our universe. To learn how to look for life on other planets, we must first examine the limits of life as we know it here on Earth.

  • Living history has a new meaning in Wiscasset in the form of a unique seasonal rental at the landmark Nickels-Sortwell House. Reservations are available to lease a two-bedroom apartment occupying two floors of the 19th century mansion.

  • The Route 27 corridor is known for a number of businesses but not necessarily for style. But on July 6, Southport resident Amy Redfern opened her shop Amelia and things just may change.