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John T. Gorman Foundation awards $800K to Maine nonprofits

The John T. Gorman Foundation is awarding $800,000 to 48 Maine nonprofits through its annual direct services grant program.

Day 2: Helping people improve their health

James McCarthy |

In today's segment of our five-day series of interviews with Kevin Lewis, CEO of the Lewiston-based insurer Community Health Options, explains how his company is working to align the health and...

Maine Audubon promotes acting director, an L.L.Bean veteran


The Maine Audubon board of trustees named Andy Beahm as its permanent executive director.

Maine arts programs to receive $850K in federal funding


The National Endowment for the Arts awarded $856,300 in grant funding to arts programs throughout Maine.

MaineHealth Cancer Care Network launched with $10M Alfond Foundation grant


An innovative collaboration between MaineHealth, its affiliate hospitals and Boston's Dana-Farber Cancer Institute will enable cancer patients in Maine and Mt. Washington Valley to have access to...

Portland girls just wanna network: Regional Chamber launches forum

Renee Cordes |

A new Portland women’s networking forum is off to a running start after Monday’s kickoff at the Press Hotel.

Flowfold teams with nonprofit to support training of immigrant women


Flowfold, an expanding outdoor brand focused on minimalist gear for everyday adventures, partnered with Women United Around The World to sell one-of-a-kind handbags to raise awareness and money for...

Deadline for FairPoint’s nonprofit grants is Friday

FairPoint Communications Inc. reported today that 50 organizations have applied for its “connected communities” program that will award three Maine nonprofits $16,000 each plus a custom...

Political uncertainty fueling double-digit ACA individual rate hikes

James McCarthy |

All three health insurers offering coverage in Maine's Affordable Care Act marketplace are seeking double-digit rate hikes for individual health insurance plans in 2018.

Colby's $200M sports complex gets green light

The Waterville Planning Board unanimously approved on Monday Colby College's plans for a $200 million, 350,000-square-foot athletic complex that includes an Olympic-size pool and an indoor track.