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Former UTC warehouse sold in Pittsfield

The 144,000-square-foot building was most recently home to the town's largest employer, which closed in 2015.

Whole Oceans adds another C-level executive to its Bucksport aquafarm team

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Whole Oceans has hired a chief financial officer with more than 30 years of experience in the finance sector, making it the fourth major hire in 45 days for the Portland-based company that's planning...

New building is a step into future for 146-year-old horse protection organization

Maureen Milliken |

The 15,540-square-foot horse arena going up at the Maine State Society for the Protection of Animals is the 124-acre Windham-based organization's first capital project in 40 years.

Fishermen peeved about Border Patrol checks in 'Gray Zone'

U.S. Border Patrol operations is causing consternation among Canadian vessels fishing in waters around Machias Seal Island, an area claimed by both the United States and Canada.

Goodwill Northern New England selects CEO to succeed Roosevelt

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Richard J. Cantz has been named president and CEO of Goodwill Northern New England, succeeding Anna Eleanor Roosevelt as head of the nonprofit social enterprise that serves Maine, New Hampshire and...

USDA opens natural-resources office in Ellsworth

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The U.S. Department of Agriculture has opened an office of its Natural Resources Conservation Service in Ellsworth, according to a news release.

MTI, Biobased Maine issue last call for 'emerging forest technologies'

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The Maine Technology Institute and Biobased Maine have issued their last call in their “request for information” from emerging forest industry technologies that would like to be...

Downtown Ellsworth's former Masonic Lodge hits the market

Laurie Schreiber |

A Federal-style building built in 1934 and located in the heart of Ellsworth's downtown at 192 Main St. is on the market at $1.1 million.

Serious repairs needed for Camden Opera House

Leaks in the historic Camden Opera House are causing serious interior deterioration that is expected to cost thousands to repair.

Closure of Maine Girls' Academy sparks interest in development options

Maureen Milliken |

The Portland property that houses the Maine Girls' Academy, which will close at the end of the month, has already spurred inquiries from prospective buyers or developers, the owners said Monday.

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