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Franklin Community Health Network adopts unification with MaineHealth

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Franklin Community Health Network's board of trustees on Tuesday adopted a proposal for the organization to join with other members of the MaineHealth system in forming a single financial and...

Mixed signals on whether Saddleback will reopen this ski season

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As Sunday River and Sugarloaf take advantage of cold temperatures for an early launch of the ski season this weekend, there are mixed signals about whether Saddleback Mountain Resort in Rangeley will...

Grant to help business owners impacted by mill layoffs and closings in Jay and Madison

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Business owners affected by mill layoffs and closings in Jay and Madison will get help from the Maine Small Business Development Centers through a grant program designed for economically distressed...

Newry real estate broker partners with global vacation firm

Laurie Schreiber |

Mountain Real Estate Co., formed four years ago in Newry, has partnered with Portland, Ore.-based Vacasa, a vacation rental management company.

Bethel Area Chamber promotes from within for new leader

The Bethel Area Chamber of Commerce's Executive Director Robin Zinchuk, a 31-year veteran, has passed on those duties to her co-worker of five years, Jessie Perkins.

Maine’s biggest solar farm now operational

The final 25% of a 26,000-panel, 5-megawatt array spread over more than 20 acres at the Madison Business Gateway, was brought online Wednesday.

$4M rehab eyed for Norway Opera House

The Norway Opera House Corp. plans to commission a study to evaluate whether a $4 million rehabilitation of the facility is feasible.

Skowhegan launches second Entrepreneur Challenge

MAUREEN MILLIKEN |

Skowhegan's Entrepreneur Challenge, which this year offers more than $23,000 in benefits and incentives for the winning entrepreneur, opened Friday.

Origin USA plans to double workforce with new Farmington factory

MAUREEN MILLIKEN |

Origin USA, a martial-arts wear manufacturer that began selling jiu jitsu apparel in Industry in 2011, plans to more than double its workforce after opening a new manufacturing plant in Farmington...

Growers compete for Oxford's final medical marijuana permit

The Oxford Planning Board has received two site plan applications for the cultivation of medical marijuana in the town. Only one of them will be allowed to proceed under current town regulations.

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