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Colby alumnus donates $2.5M for Maine student scholarships

Staff |

A former corporate attorney for Scott Paper and S.D. Warren has donated $2.5 million to Colby College in Waterville to support financial aid for students from Maine.

Auburn retirement community plans $12M expansion

The Schooner Estates retirement community in Auburn will begin development of a $12 million 47,606-square-foot facility this summer.

Freeport developer to build 48-unit apartment complex in Augusta

Maureen Milliken |

Developer Tim Gooch in March bought 43 acres on Civic Center Drive, a site that's close to the highway exit, the Marketplace at Augusta and UMA.

Gardiner business park's proximity to interstates 'drives' interest

Laurie Schreiber |

The sale of two adjacent lots at Gardiner's 95/295 Business Park at Libby Hill signals continued interest in the park's primary advantage — proximity to Interstate 95 and Interstate 295 —...

Kennebec River Day adds Augusta's first-ever brewfest to its lineup

Staff |

The Augusta area's first-ever brew festival has been added to Kennebec River Day events.

PUC is seeking bids for new space

Maureen Milliken |

The Public Utilities Commission is accepting bids for new space in anticipation of the 10th year of its lease at 101 Second St. in Hallowell.

Colby building buy is step forward for Camden National Bank too

The purchase of the Camden National Bank building at 33 Main St. in Waterville, the sixth the college has bought downtown, is part of its plan to develop a hotel, and the bank will move into the new...

LA Metro Chamber acquires Lewiston Auburn Economic Growth Council

Staff |

The Lewiston Auburn Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce has completed acquisition of the Lewiston Auburn Economic Growth Council to add economic development to the chamber's existing menu of services.

Snow Pond Center for the Arts continues to develop its mission

Maureen Milliken |

A major renovation to the historic Bowl in the Pines outdoor amphitheater, one of many projects on the Sidney campus, is expected to be an economic boost for the area.

Proposal for 23 units in downtown Augusta would 'provide a huge jolt'

Maureen Milliken |

A plan for apartments, retail and amenities in the 257-271 Water St. block would be the largest development in the capital city's evolving downtown.

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