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Snow Pond Learning & Innovation Center finishes with a flourish

Maureen Milliken |

A clock tower tops the original design for the Snow Pond Center for the Arts Learning & Innovation Center in Sidney, thanks to a $1.8 million USDA Community Facilities Loan the center received in May.

UMA architecture students design weather-resistant benches friendly to seniors

Staff |

Augusta's Mill Park features two new weather-resistant and senior-friendly benches, the culmination of a year of design and building by three students from the bachelor's of architecture degree...

Owner says Mechanic Falls mill was uninsured at time of blaze

Charles Starbird, owner of the former Marcal Paper Mill that was destroyed by fire on Sunday, told the Lewiston Sun Journal he did not have insurance on the buildings.

Evergreen Subaru purchases Best Buy building in Auburn for its future home

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Evergreen Subaru in Auburn announced Friday it had purchased the currently vacant Best Buy building on Turner Street and plans to convert it into a “best-in-class” Subaru store.

Businesses displaced in blaze at former Marcal Paper Mill in Mechanic Falls

A large mill building in Mechanic Falls that housed several businesses was destroyed in a fire Sunday that continues to smolder Monday morning.

Kennebec Valley expo to feature more than 100 companies

Maureen Milliken |

The Kennebec Valley Chamber of Commerce Business Expo Wednesday will feature more than 100 businesses, with a focus on hiring, and is expected to draw a “diverse crowd” to the Augusta...

Neighbors of Lewiston residential proposal voice concerns over impact

At a neighborhood meeting Oct. 3, the proposed development of 240 apartment units at the former Pineland Lumber Co. site in Lewiston drew some opposition from neighbors concerned about its impact.

Waterville Creates! announces merger with two cultural organizations

Staff |

Waterville Creates! announced today it plans to join forces with two of central Maine's leading arts institutions, the Maine Film Center and the Waterville Opera House, through a formal merger...

Next 2018: Tobias Parkhurst is a catalyst for downtown Augusta's resurgence

Maureen Milliken |

Tobias Parkhurst, president of O&P Glass in Augusta and a former pro skateboarder, is one of the catalysts of downtown Augusta development — buying and...

Next 2018: Dan and Ashley Rice offer 24/7 vascular access services at a fraction of typical cost

Renee Cordes |

Dan and Ashley Rice met in the U.S. Air Force and started New England Vascular Services in June 2017. Today their business relies on 15 clinicians with two more in training and averages 200 monthly...

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