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Retailers in Kennebec Valley 'making lemonade' out of disruptive road projects

Maureen Milliken |

Belgrade Lakes business owners Diane Oliver and Liz Fontaine were against a major upgrade to the village's Main Street when it was proposed several years ago.

Maine National Guard gets new 101,000-square-foot home

Maureen Milliken |

The Army and Air National Guard units have a new joint command headquarters with the completion of Camp Chamberlain in north Augusta, a $34 million project that took more than two years to finish.

Harlow Gallery's move means more space for artists, art

Maureen Milliken |

The downtown Hallowell mainstay is in new space, which allows it to offer much more to area artists and art lovers.

Waterville's Mitchell devoted to developing his hometown

Maureen Milliken |

Insurance man Bill Mitchell has grown his development sideline into 120,000 square feet of commercial space in Waterville.

Grand Rounds, a San Francisco-based startup, is staffing up in Lewiston

Renee Cordes |

A year after opening its East Coast office in Lewiston, Grand Rounds is adding staff to help Maine companies trim health care costs and boost productivity by connecting their employees and family...

Five-year investment plan puts Auburn-Lewiston Airport on a flight path of growth

Maureen Milliken |

Rick Lanman, manager of Auburn-Lewiston Airport, say the airport will invest $8.7 million over the next two years and a total of $11 million through 2023, in a bid to expand its importance as an...

Rebirth of Lewiston's downtown features retail, restaurants and residences

Laurie Schreiber |

Downtown Lewiston is a work in progress, but there's no denying a renaissance is under way as owners, users and investors buy and renovate buildings, many of which date to the 19th century, and...

Good things for L/A are happening on both sides of Androscoggin River

Peter Van Allen |

Lewiston's downtown redevelopment is not necessarily a new story.

USDA loan boosts Snow Pond Center development plans


Snow Pond Center for the Arts will use a $1.8 million ​USDA Community Facilities Loan to upgrade the Bowl in the Pines amphitheater, as well as for several other projects that are part of the...

Bates College to start new science and research building in 2019

Staff |

Bates College in Lewiston announced May 17 it will break ground in 2019 on a new science building that is intended to expand science education at the college, embrace advanced technologies and...