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Shipyard/Vets First Choice project was designed to fit into, transform neighborhood

Maureen Milliken |

Bateman Partners LLC's 86 Newbury project takes mixed use to a whole new level, with everything from a hotel and Shipyard brewery tasting room to Vets First Choice pharmacy, labs and fulfillment.

WalletHub survey finds Maine is 23rd best state to retire, Florida No. 1

Staff |

A new WalletHub survey listed Maine as the 23rd best state in which to retire, as a strong showing in quality of life was overshadowed by lower marks in terms of affordability.

Casco Systems moves into custom-built Cumberland headquarters

Laurie Schreiber |

The engineering and systems integration firm will occupy 12,000 square feet of the new 20,000-square-foot building, the first phase of a development that also will include townhouses and commercial...

Portland moves forward on tightening working waterfront zoning

Maureen Milliken |

Portland this week will move forward on a proposed zoning amendment that would block uses like hotels on the water side of Commercial Street, a response to backlash to recent waterfront development...

Central Maine Healthcare names new president for Bridgton, Rumford hospitals

Staff |

A New Hampshire hospital administrator has been named president of Bridgton and Rumford hospitals, replacing David Frum, who resigned in August, Central Maine Healthcare announced Thursday.

Geico enters Maine market with new Portland office

Staff |

Geico, the nationwide insurance company owned by Warren Buffett's conglomerate Berkshire Hathaway Inc., has opened its first office in Maine, staffed by seven licensed agents.

South Portland OKs recreational marijuana store

A company calling itself “Sea Weed” received unanimous approval Wednesday night from South Portland's Planning Board to build an adult recreational marijuana retail store near the Maine...

Portland curling club seeks home of its own in tight real estate market

Maureen Milliken |

The Pine Tree Curling Club needs its own dedicated ice to grow the club, but the Portland area's lack of commercial space may be a challenge.

Shipping and distribution startup with Icelandic ties sets course for Portland

Renee Cordes |

Six years after Eimskip moved its U.S. headquarters to Portland, another company doing business between Iceland and North America aims to make its mark in Maine's largest city. The future newcomer is...

Children's Museum & Theatre's executive director will step down, search for successor begins

Staff |

A nationwide search is underway for a successor to Children's Museum & Theatre of Maine Executive Director Suzanne Olson, whose retirement was announced today by the museum's board of directors.

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