Posts Tagged: Business

  • New business offers a sauna, pediatric massage

    New business offers a sauna, pediatric massage

    ELLSWORTH — A local woman’s own experience with Lyme disease has led her to start a new business with the goal of helping others dealing with it and other ailments. Nancy Hunt-Remick runs Coastal Health & Wellness Therapeutic Massage and Holistic Healing. It is located at 567 Bangor Road in Ellsworth. In her own experience

  • Longtime staffer takes over Blue Hill Books

    Longtime staffer takes over Blue Hill Books

    BLUE HILL — A regular customer stopped in recently at Blue Hill Books looking for Elizabeth Rosenthal’s newly-released “An American Sickness: How Healthcare Became Big Business and How You Can Take it Back.” The book buyer, Eliza Hill of Brooksville, knew the author, but not the title, and before she had even said the full

  • Jordan’s Snack Bar for sale: $1.4M

    Jordan’s Snack Bar for sale: $1.4M

    ELLSWORTH — After its owners announced two weeks ago that the popular takeout restaurant would be closed for an undetermined period of time, Jordan’s Snack Bar is now for sale. Sargent Real Estate is listing the business, billed as “one of Maine’s most successful snack bars,” for $1,390,000. The 2.4-acre property features the main building

  • LobStore serving up sushi “donuts” and more

    LobStore serving up sushi “donuts” and more

    WINTER HARBOR — The rain is coming down as hard as can be on an early May morning, but at The LobStore, Lisa Gibson is bringing this dreary day to life. It’s a little before 9:30 a.m., but the Winter Harbor seafood market’s cook has been hard at work for hours making what look like

  • New floral studio opens in Surry

    New floral studio opens in Surry

    SURRY — A floral designer who spent years honing her craft in Boston and later at the former Sweet Pea Gardens in Surry has opened her own business. Nina Hartman has opened Pollen Path, a floral studio with treasures for home and garden. Pollen Path is located at 28 Bear Springs Lane off Morgan Bay

  • Henry family sells Mortons Moo to new owners

    Henry family sells Mortons Moo to new owners

    ELLSWORTH — Mortons Moo has been a family affair since it first started 16 years ago, and though there’s now a new family at its helm its members expect to carry on that tradition. Kirsten Henry, daughter of the ice cream parlor’s founder Sarah Morton, and her husband, Steve, recently sold the business to Molly

  • Elver buyer sets up shop in Ellsworth

    Elver buyer sets up shop in Ellsworth

    ELLSWORTH – The elver business is, like so many, more complicated than it may look. At the front end, a few hundred licensed fishermen spend their nighttime hours from late March to early June netting the waters for the tiny juvenile eels that run by the millions from the ocean where they are born up

  • New glass pipe shop opens in downtown Ellsworth

    New glass pipe shop opens in downtown Ellsworth

    ELLSWORTH — The owner of Robin’s Romantic Supermart on Water Street has opened Main Street Medical — a glass pipe shop around the corner at 71 Main St. Robin Rosenberg had been selling glass pipes and smoking accessories at the Romantic Supermart, which she opened four years ago. The glass pipe business “kind of grew

  • Jordan’s closes; future uncertain

    Jordan’s closes; future uncertain

    ELLSWORTH — An iconic restaurant that has been a destination for locals and tourists alike for the past 36 years faces an uncertain future as the family that runs it deals with the loss of a loved one. In an ad appearing in this week’s Ellsworth American, Jordan’s Snack Bar’s proprietors, Shawn Jordan and his

  • Reception for tourism businesses at Seal Cove Auto Museum May 9

    SEAL COVE — The Seal Cove Auto Museum and the Woodlawn Museum are co-hosting an evening for businesses in the tourism industry at the Seal Cove Auto Museum on Tuesday, May 9, from 5-7 p.m. Wine and light hors d’oeuvres will be served. The reception will be an opportunity for owners and key employees of