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Gov. LePage signs tip credit restoration bill into law

Gov. Paul LePage signed into law a bill allowing employers to pay tipped employees half the state's minimum wage.

Mainebiz wins three awards in national business publication competition

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Mainebiz won three industry awards, including silver in the “Best Newspaper: Small Publication” category, in the annual Alliance of Area Business Publishers' annual competition for...

New tour boat association helps promote Camden waterfront

Owners of seven Penobscot Bay tour boat operations formed the new Camden Day Sailers Association to share knowledge and collectively promote their businesses.

Bingham Wind owner names $1M conservation grant recipients

Renee Cordes |

Maine's largest wind-farm owner will give a combined $1 million to 13 beneficiaries for land and resource conservation projects.

Collins tweets: 'I will vote no' on GOP's ACA replacement bill

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With three tweets on Twitter Monday night, U.S. Sen. Susan Collins said that she would not support the current effort in the U.S. Senate to repeal the Affordable Care Act.

Good news for July 4 travelers: Gas prices are lowest since '05

Maine motorists taking to the road for the July 4 holiday weekend will be benefitting from the lowest Independence Day gas prices since 2005.

MMC's $10.75M purchase in Westbrook puts eight offices under one roof

Laurie Schreiber |

Maine Medical Center's purchase of Westbrook's largest office building — six stories and 130,726 square feet — allows the health care provider to consolidate information services and...

Charges of arson in Sanford mill fire

Arson is suspected in Friday's fire at the former Goodall textile mill in Sanford, with the Portland Press Herald reporting today that three boys have been charged with arson.

Three airports land $2.3 million in grants for safety projects

The Federal Aviation Administration awarded $2.3 million in federal grants for safety improvement projects at three Maine airports.

FairPoint reaches settlement over performance shortfalls

The Maine Public Utilities Commission and FairPoint Communications reached a $175,000 settlement over the company’s failure to meet performance benchmarks from 2014 to 2016

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