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Premium Brands completes acquisition of Ready Seafoods

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Canada's Premium Brands Holding Corp. (TSK: PBH) said Thursday that it has completed its acquisition of Ready Seafood Co., putting the Portland-based brand under the same ownership as Hub City...

Maine's Good Food Bus is on a roll with more market stops and members

The Good Food Bus, a seasonal market-on-wheels operated by St. Mary's Nutrition Center and Cultivating Community from June through October, is reaching more Mainers with healthy, local food during...

MITC awarded $345K in federal funds to help small businesses expand globally

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The Maine International Trade Center has been awarded $345,000 in competitive federal funding to help the state's small businesses become bigger exporters. The award was from the U.S. Small Business...

Waterboro retail plaza, destroyed by fire last year, will reopen

The owners of Brookfield Place on Main Street in Waterboro are nearly done with reconstruction of the shopping plaza, which was destroyed by fire in 2017. The original plaza had three storefronts,...

Bath will look at ways to ease traffic congestion around BIW

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The city of Bath, working with the Maine Department of Transportation and Bath Iron Works, will conduct a study of traffic conditions on the south end, near BIW.

Rangeley airport to get $11.5M for runway extension

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Rangeley will receive $11.5 million from the Federal Aviation Administration to extend the runway and make other improvements at the town's Stephen A. Bean Municipal Airport.

Bangor offering facade grants to downtown businesses

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The city of Bangor is taking applications for a new round of facade grants.The downtown areas east of Kenduskeag Stream and on the Penobscot River...

Longtime Augusta state office space finds new tenant

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290 State St. was a supermarket, then a movie theater, and for more than 15 years the state's printing office, now it has a new tenant in Augusta's evolving office space climate.

Zoning change paves the way for mixed-use project on Portland's East End

The Portland City Council approved a zoning amendment that will allow for construction of a large mixed-use office building and garage on the Eastern Waterfront, at 100 Fore St.

Maine's economic growth last year lagged behind national rate, feds say

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The economies of Maine's largest metropolitan areas grew in 2017, but not at the pace of the national growth rate. According to data released Tuesday, real gross domestic product in the...

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