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After long downturn, seaside inns find new investors

Laurie Schreiber |

Migis Hotel Group's purchase of the Higgins Beach Inn in Scarboroug is part of considerable transactional activity among independently owned hotels along the coast over the past year. Sales of other...

Custom Composite Technologies at cutting edge of growing industry

Lori Valigra |

Steve Hassett, president of small Bath-based Custom Composite Technologies Inc., started as a wooden boat builder, but has maneuvered from that historic Maine industry into a new one in...

Bill to protect Monhegan's iconic scenery would effectively 'kill' offshore wind pilot project

James McCarthy |

Legislation proposed by Maine Sen. Dana Dow, R-Waldoboro, to prohibit The New England Aqua Ventus 1 project from building two 6-megawatt wind turbines two-and-a-half miles off Monhegan...

Wiscasset businesses seek to stop MDOT's Route 1 project

STAFF |

Four Wiscasset Village businesses have filed a complaint and a motion for preliminary injunction in the Lincoln County Superior Court, seeking to stop a Maine Department of Transportation project on...

Norway Savings beefs up cybersecurity

Renee Cordes |

Norway Savings Bank has switched to a new domain name designed to boost online security and guard against cybercrime.

James Beard Awards name 12 semifinalists in Maine

STAFF |

Twelve Maine chefs and restaurants have been named semifinalists for the 2017 James Beard Awards. Finalists for all award categories will be announced on March 15. Winners will be announced at the...

Bill would address dwindling broadband subsidy for schools, libraries

With revenues dwindling that support more than 900 schools and libraries across the state to pay for high-speed broadband connections, state Rep. Marty Grohman, D-Biddeford, has proposed legislation...

Maine delegation asks U.S. to look into alleged subsidies for Canadian cement plant

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Maine's congressional delegation sent a letter to acting U.S. Trade Representative Maria Pagan about alleged unfair subsidies that may have been provided to a cement plant in Quebec that is expected...

Nor'easter snow boosts Maine ski business

Renee Cordes |

As a nor'easter raced through Maine on Thursday, leaving behind snowfall totals along the coast ranging from 17 inches in Berwick to 20 inches in Perry, ski-resort operators were jumping for joy over...

Wellness Connection of Maine's cannabis business poised for growth

Lori Valigra |

As the legal jangling over Maine's new law allowing retail sales of marijuana continues, and would-be growers snap up commercial real estate around the state, the potentially new business brings with...

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