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San Francisco-based health-care firm opens East Coast office in Lewiston

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Grand Rounds, a San Francisco-based health-care technology company that matches patients with high-quality, health-care providers, has opened its first East Coast operations within Lewiston's...

Auburn golf course's new owner scouting sites for mushroom facility

As the new owner of the Prospect Hill Golf Course in Auburn prepares for next month's opening, she's also on the lookout for land suitable for a 15-acre mushroom-growing facility.

L/A's balloon fest punctured?

Concerns over the financial management of the popular Great Falls Balloon Festival, which draws tens of thousands of people to Lewiston and Auburn, have left its status in doubt.

Edible insect company thriving in Auburn

Auburn-based Entosense is offering an online market for edible insects.

Verizon outsourcing its retail jobs in Waterville

Verizon laid off all of its employees at its retail store in Waterville on Thursday as part of a plan to outsource the work to an independent retailer.

Kenway Corp. acquired by Pennsylvania firm

Augusta-based Kenway Corp., which manufactures custom composite products for a wide range of industries, announced Monday that it has been acquired by Creative Pultrusions Inc., located in...

Unifying 'town' and 'gown': Colby College President David A. Greene spearheads $65M investment effort

Lori Valigra |

Before his official inauguration as president of Colby College in July 2014, David A. Greene accepted the college's board of trustees' invitation to attend a committee meeting on...

Winter's not done yet: Nor'easter causes delays, headaches

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Winter Storm Stella roared into Maine Tuesday morning, causing flight delays, business cancellations and warnings from the power companies.

Former Tim Hortons site will become Dunkin' Donuts

Laurie Schreiber |

A former Tim Hortons site for sale in Augusta and on the "a.m." side of the street finds a ready buyer in a Dunkin' Donuts franchisee looking for a high-traffic-volume location.

Auburn medical tourism stalls for lack of investors

A $40 million proposal to create a Chinese medical tourism facility in Auburn has stalled, with its backers saying the project is still looking for investors to proceed.

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