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N.Y. organic foods firm acquires Tenants Harbor nutritional supplement maker

Laurie Schreiber |

Power of 3 Nutrition, a Tenants Harbor startup, has been acquired by certified organic manufacturer and distributor Tierra Farm, headquartered in Valatie, N.Y., south of Albany.

Lost Kitchen sticks to old-school reservation system for 2019 season

Staff |

Lost Kitchen, Erin French's renowned restaurant in Freedom, will stick to its postcard reservation system when it opens up seasonal reservations in April, it announced on Monday.

Chicago firm invests in historic Boothbay Harbor resort

Laurie Schreiber |

Stonehouse Capital, a private investment firm headquartered in Chicago, bought Spruce Point Inn in a private sale.

Sea Bags seaside strategy, growth leads to five store openings

Laurie Schreiber |

The openings will expand the Portland-based company's retail operations, which stretch from Maine to Florida, to 24.

Maine Maritime Museum launches $3.3M ‘first impressions’ upgrade

Staff |

Maine Maritime Museum broke ground this week on what it says will be a “transformative” $3.3 million renovation of its Bath grounds.

Nordic Aquafarms hires veteran Maine businesswoman as CFO

Staff |

Nordic Aquafarms Inc., the U.S. subsidiary of Nordic Aquafarms, an international leader in land-based aquaculture, has named Brenda Chandler of Auburn as its full-time chief financial officer.

Luke’s Lobster to operate seafood-buying station in Boothbay Harbor

Staff |

Luke’s Lobster, a seafood company and restaurant group founded by Luke Holden in 2009, will partner with the Boothbay Region Maritime Foundation to operate a seafood-buying station at the Sea...

From Saco to Bath, lots of projects in the works

Peter Van Allen |

JHR Development LLC, which is based in Marblehead, Mass., is entering another phase with the Bath RiverWalk condominium project along the Kennebec River. Building 4, with...

Love is in the air for a busy Valentine's night and weekend at Maine restaurants

Renee Cordes |

As Portlanders woke up on Thursday to paper hearts posted around town by the mysterious Valentine’s Day bandit every Feb. 14, restaurant owners statewide were gearing up for a busy dinner...

Nordic Aquafarms seeks BEP review of its permit applications

Nordic Aquafarms is moving its state permit applications to the jurisdiction of the Maine Board of Environmental Protection, a seven-member citizen board created by the Legislature to provide,...

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