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Renee Cordes

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Bylines

Portland cold-storage plan inches ahead

Americold Logistics LLC's plan to build a cold-storage warehouse in Portland, where Icelandic-owned shipping company Eimskip USA would be the anchor...

BerryDunn merges with Compass to boost health care practice

Accounting and consulting firm BerryDunn has joined forces with Compass Health Analytics Inc. to offer a wider range of health care-related services...

C-SPAN turns its lens to Portland

C-SPAN is turning its spotlight on Portland, interviewing local historians, authors and civic leaders for its Book TV and American History TV...

UMA's new president eyes expansion of cybersecurity degree program

The new president of the University of Maine at Augusta is off to a running start as she looks into expanding the commuter school's cybersecurity...

Portsmouth Naval Shipyard's enviable challenge: It's flooded with applications

Like the nuclear-powered submarines it services for Uncle Sam, Maine's Portsmouth Naval Shipyard is a force to be reckoned with.

Q. and A. with Sen. Angus King: Maine needs to harness its 'workforce and people'

U.S. Sen. Angus King, I-Maine, says the state's economy is generally good but uneven. Opportunities to bolster the economy, he says, include...

Public comment tally for Zinke's review? 99.9% support Katahdin national monument

A tally of comments submitted to Washington on the Katahdin Woods and Water National Monument shows nearly unanimous support, according to the...

Looming shutdown threatens summer tourism, service disruptions

With the clock quickly ticking toward a possible state government shutdown, Maine's summer tourism season could get off to a bumpy start.

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