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EMHS ends partnerships with Portland and Bangor, citing their $1B opioid lawsuit

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Brewer-based Eastern Maine Healthcare Systems is leaving substance abuse treatment partnerships it has with Portland and Bangor in response to lawsuits the two cities joined against national pharma...

FAME approves financing for Aroostook lumber mill

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The Finance Authority of Maine at its board meeting on Thursday approved 90% loan insurance on a loan totaling $944,000 by TD Bank to Maibec USA LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Groupe Maibec Inc.

Georgia investment firm buys Lewiston-based call center company

ITC Capital Partners, a Georgia-based investment company that says on its website it seeks entrepreneurial partnerships that will achieve a minimum long-term return to its shareholders of 20%...

Maine Coast Heritage Trust launches campaign to buy midcoast island

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Maine Coast Heritage Trust has launched a $4.4 million campaign to buy the 175-acre Clark Island, off the St. George peninsula.

Restored State Theatre marquee a public/private restoration project

The 1920s marquee on the former Portland movie theater, which now hosts live music, was brought back to its original look with help from the city's Facad Improvement Match Grant program.

Second restaurant tenant signs at building redeveloped by Colby

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Money Cat Fried Chicken and Donuts will occupy 2,500 square feet in the former bank building at 173 Main St.

Bowdoin to build four Passive House dorms

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The college will start construction this summer on four Passive House dorms, the next step in the Brunswick college's commitment to carbon neutrality.

Portland Science Center ends its run on Portland's waterfront

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The Portland Science Center is closing after less than three years in business in the Old Port waterfront district.

Portland gears up for Bike to Work Day

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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.

Maine Crafts Association will open site in Portland’s arts district

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The Maine Crafts Association in West Gardiner is opening a second location, to be called Maine Craft Portland, at the historic Mechanics Hall in Portland’s arts district.

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