Stand-up desks, lunch 'n learn sessions, groomed hiking trails, yoga classes and employee cruiser bikes. Workplace wellness programs are prospering in Maine — and growing in popularity. Mainebiz
Event tickets, iPads, toaster ovens — it's not unusual for car dealers to offer all types of incentives to lure buyers onto the lot, but Darling's Auto Group has a new, locally-sourced twist in its latest offer.
Navy and defense experts say that a leak detected on the Zumwalt built at Bath Iron Works is not unusual for first-in-class ships like the guided-missile destroyer.
The Health Resources and Services Administration has awarded 18 community health centers across Maine a total of $963,623 in federal funding to boost offered health care services and operational support.
A new report from the Maine State Chamber of Commerce and the Maine Development Foundation says that attracting immigrants to the state is necessary to deal with Maine's workforce, which is projected to decline as employees...
The Maine Technology Institute approved seven grant applications for the month of August totaling $55,785 to Maine businesses specializing in advancements in the fields of aquaculture and marine technology, forestry,...
Cod stocks have declined following overfishing, warming ocean temperatures and climate change, with the United States and Canada's fisheries overlapping in the eastern part of Georges Bank off New England.
Confident buyers pushed up sales of existing single-family homes 10.78% across the state during August, while the median sales price rose 5.35%, according to numbers released Thursday by the Maine Association of Realtors.
The Maine design team of Tom Landry of CornerStone Building & Restoration and Brewster Buttfield of Prospect Design were recently...
Officials at Oxford Casino say they are close to signing a general contractor for the multimillion dollar expansion, which will include a 106-room hotel and restaurant.
The Maine Community Foundation, which works to improve the quality of life for Mainers, elected two new board members, one a Penobscot National tribal member and the other an advocate for Muslims and other immigrants.