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Ceramic filter maker Cerahelix opening manufacturing site in Bangor

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Cerahelix, an Orono-based innovator of ceramic filters for a wide range of industries including mining, food and beverage and pharmaceuticals, is revving up for its next phase with the opening of a...

Bangor’s Momma Baldacci’s resurrected

Momma Baldacci’s has been resurrected, a decade after the bricks-and-mortar Bangor restaurant closed, as a food truck.

Saco considers ConvenientMD clinic proposal

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The city of Saco is considering plans for construction of a ConvenientMD urgent-care health center at 506 Main St., currently the site of Rosa Linda’s Family Restaurant.

Lowe's 11 stores in Maine escape closure

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Lowe's announced on Nov. 5 it will close 51 of its underperforming home-improvement stores in the United States and Canada. None of them are in Maine.

Ozzy Osbourne to ride 'Crazy Train' into Bangor for 10th Waterfront Concerts season

Renee Cordes |

Bangor’s Waterfront Concerts on Monday announced heavy-metal headliner Ozzy Osbourne as the first artist of its 10th anniversary season in 2019.

Maine's two largest airports on pace to have record years — but eager to grow more

Renee Cordes |

Day's Travel Bureau in Augusta is situated about halfway between Maine's two largest airports, Portland International Jetport and Bangor International Airport. Jeff Day's grandfather...

FUSION:Bangor presents 'Leadership and Vision Award' to Tanya Emery

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Tanya Emery, director of community and economic development for the city of Bangor, received FUSION:Bangor's Leadership and Vision Award at its annual awards ceremony on Friday.

Extensive sewer and water line work disrupts downtown Bangor

Work to replace Civil War-era sewer, water and storm water pipes that has been disrupting the commercial area of downtown Bangor is nearing completion.

Bangor to start digital parking enforcement

Maureen Milliken |

The Bangor City Council held a special meeting on Oct. 1 to appoint parking constables — the final step in its move to use digital parking enforcement in the Downtown Parking Management...

Bangor, MDOT to receive $5M for public transit upgrades


The U.S. Department of Transportation has awarded close to $5.1 million to Bangor and the Maine Department of Transportation for public transit upgrades, U.S. Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, announced...