SEARSPORT– Two new businesses have recently opened their doors, “Linda’s Antiques, Uniques, and Collectables” at 311 E. Main St., and “Stone Fox Farm Creamery” at 398 E. Main St.

On the site of her parents’ former business (Joyce and Charles “Chuck” Morse’s — Morse’s Miscellaneous), Linda Payson has begun a new venture. As the former owner of Brooder House Antiques & Brooder House Auction Service, Payson is no stranger to antiques and collectibles.

Open since in May, “Linda’s” offers a variety of unique items including China, glassware, pottery, prints, and small furniture of various vintages, as well as her handmade lap quilts, wall hangings and pillows, “all ready for decorating your home or cottage.”

Come find the unexpected at “Linda’s,” open seasonally May through October, Friday and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Sunday, noon to 4 p.m.; or shop by appointment. For more information, call 542-7676.

Stone Fox Farm Creamery at 398 E. Main St. is now open for business. Bruce and Kathy Chamberlain love ice cream. A lifelong dream of owning an ice cream company became a reality in 2009, when they established Stone Fox Farm Creamery.

From its beginning in a small home-factory in Monroe, Stone Fox Farm has found its way to Searsport, Downeast, and all the way to Portland.

Super premium ice cream, made with natural locally sourced ingredients, milk and cream from local dairy’s, hand-picked raspberries, and pure maple syrup are making that lifelong dream come true.

You can find Stone Fox Farm Creamery in Searsport, attending local festivals, or by visiting any of the more than 50 locations where “Just Possibly the World’s Finest Ice Cream” is available.