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Immigrant-welcoming food market proposed in Augusta

A group of organizers is proposing to build a food market in downtown Augusta as a welcome center for immigrants.

Red Barn video goes viral over misidentified $200 fine

A video posted by The Red Barn restaurant in Augusta, complaining about a $200 fine for exceeding noise limits at a fundraiser for a veterans' organization, garnered 1.4 million Facebook hits from...

In tight industrial market, even unlisted properties sell

Laurie Schreiber |

A 42,000-square-foot warehouse/storage building, at 360 Civic Center Drive in Augusta, was never listed.

Kenway Corp. acquired by Pennsylvania firm

Augusta-based Kenway Corp., which manufactures custom composite products for a wide range of industries, announced Monday that it has been acquired by Creative Pultrusions Inc., located in...

Former Tim Hortons site will become Dunkin' Donuts

Laurie Schreiber |

A former Tim Hortons site for sale in Augusta and on the "a.m." side of the street finds a ready buyer in a Dunkin' Donuts franchisee looking for a high-traffic-volume location.

With recent deal, Antigoni's Pizza will expand to Augusta

Laurie Schreiber |

The owner of Antigoni's Pizza in Lewiston purchased a former Pizza Hut building at 23 Bangor St. in Augusta for $340,000. The building was on the market for four years.

Augusta ponders commercial blasting rights

Rock-blasting at commercial quarries in Augusta has prompted councilors there to reconsider noise provisions in the city's mineral extraction ordinance.

Sen. Collins pushes bill to enhance federal historic tax credits

James McCarthy |

U.S. Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, has joined a bipartisan effort in Congress to enhance the federal historic tax credit program that is used extensively to spur real estate investment.

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