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Current Edition | Forest products

Stakeholders vow to work together to lower costs for Maine’s pulp and paper industry

Recently, it's been hard to find bright spots in Maine's pulp and paper industry, but a November summit among industry stakeholders sought to identify what's needed to survive and succeed in the...
Education & Training

USM receives largest donation ever to fund athletic complex improvements

The University of Southern Maine has received the largest gift in its history, $1.65 million, to fund improvements at Costello Sports Complex on the school’s Gorham campus.
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Current Edition | Manufacturing

Portland textile designer mixes form and function

Elizabeth Whelan, who returned to Maine last year after spending 25 years as a designer in New York City, creates fabrics for Nike running gear and Humanscale chairs.
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Real Estate & Construction

Developer of Portland midtown project requests tax credits from state

The developer behind the major residential and commercial project proposed for Portland's Bayside area is seeking $4.3 million in tax credits from a state program whose rules were recently tightened...
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Government & Politics

Collins, King and Poliquin express “serious reservations” about North Woods proposal

Three members of Maine's congressional delegation told President Obama in a letter sent Friday that they have “serious reservations and significant concerns” about the president...