FROM COOLHUNTING.COM: Where US Route 1 veers closer to the shoreline than any other major highway, it’s often referred to as the coastal road—or the scenic route. This most certainly applies to the iconic path’s position in Maine, as it travels from Portsmouth, New Hampshire to the first coastal town, Kittery and all the way up to Canada. It’s a charming, often winding, two lanes that pass from isolated stretches of nothingness into the Main Streets of small towns.
FROM SEACOAST ONLINE: The vision for the town dock area at 88 Pepperrell Cove, the former Frisbee’s Market and Cap’n Simeon’s Galley took a major step toward completion this week with the opening of Provisions at Pepperrell Cove
FROM SEACOAST ONLINE: Construction work continues by the Pepperrell Cove Group on four new businesses in the buildings that housed Frisbee’s Market and Cap’n Simeon’s restaurant, with the convenience store, Provisions, eying an early March opening.
FROM SEACOAST ONLINE: The Kittery Planning Board on Thursday night determined changing the building use of the former Frisbee’s Market did not constitute a significant change of intensity use. It will permit the group looking to redevelop the site at 88 Pepperrell Cove to obtain a building permit for the market building to convert it into a restaurant.
FROM SEACOAST ONLINE: A group of teenagers from Greater Belfast in Northern Ireland participating in the Friends Forever International program were brought out to Star Island for an evening picnic and tour, courtesy of Seacoast Maritime Charters on Friday.
FROM SEACOAST ONLINE: Henry Ares’ first job was working in the kitchen of Cap’n Simeon’s Gallery when he was 16. The Kittery resident went on to work at Cap’n Simeon’s for 18 years, climbed his way to top of the local restaurant industry, and is now co-owner of AJ’s Wood Grill Pizza in the Kittery Foreside and executive chef of the York River Landing.