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Second crane enhances International Marine Terminal's growth opportunities

Renee Cordes |

Five years after Icelandic-owned Eimskip USA brought container shipping back to Portland, state officials are excited about a second crane due to arrive in June.

Portland gears up for Bike to Work Day

Staff |

Friday is National Bike to Work Day, and the Bicycle Coalition of Maine, with help from Portland Gear Hub, will welcome Portland’s bike commuters in Monument Square in the morning.

Lyman-Morse Boatbuilding expands its market through innovation and diversification

Laurie Schreiber |

Drew Lyman is president of Lyman-Morse Boatbuilding Inc. in Thomaston. He's cited innovation and diversification as key to keeping pace in an industry vulnerable to...

Rockland councilors consider limits on cruise ships

The Rockland City Council is considering placing an advisory referendum on the November ballot to get input about potential large cruise ship regulation.

Bar Harbor airport selects airline for summer season

Staff |

Silver Airways was selected to serve as the season carrier for the Hancock County-Bar Harbor Airport.

Casco Bay Lines lands $6M grant to replace one of its aging ferries

James McCarthy |

Casco Bay Island Transit District will receive $6 million to replace a ferry that has reached the end of its useful life.

WEX posts 22% increase in Q1 revenues

James McCarthy |

WEX Inc. (NYSE:WEX) today reported it beat both its top line and bottom line projections in the first quarter of 2018, with total revenues of $354.8 million increasing 22% over the $291.4 million...

Maine ACLU sues over citizenship checks on Concord Coach buses

Staff |

The Maine American Civil Liberties Union has filed a federal lawsuit demanding the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and Customs and Border Protection turn over information about citizenship...

Maine lawsuit alleges national trucking firm's employment screenings violated ADA

Staff |

A lawsuit filed Monday in Portland alleges that an Iowa-based national trucking firm violated federal law by using a pre-employment “back assessment” to screen out and reject job...

Portland welcomes first cruise ship in expected record season

Staff |

The 2018 cruise ship season is officially underway, as Portland welcomed the first vessel this week of what is expected to be a record season.