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Husson trustees OK $3M 'wellness learning center'

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Husson University's board of trustees approved the construction of a new 7,100-square-foot, $3 million wellness learning center on the institution's Bangor campus. The new facility addresses a...

Maine Maritime Academy to build $2.5M firefighting training facility

Maine Maritime Academy plans to build a new $2.5 million shipboard firefighting training facility on land it owns in Penobscot.

Munjoy Hill residential demolitions prompt proposed moratorium

New zoning rules in Portland, designed to encourage residential development, has resulted in at least 12 demolitions of existing homes for new structures.

$1.87 million deal the latest in downtown Bangor's booming market

Laurie Schreiber |

Prospective buyer interest was high in the historic Adams-Pickering Block at 105 Main St., due to the resurgence of the Bangor's downtown. So it came as no surprise to Mike Cobb of Cardente Real...

Cianbro receives coveted safety recognition from OSHA

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The U.S. Department of Labor named Cianbro one of just 57 companies across the country to be recognized under OSHA's Star Mobile Workforce Voluntary Protection Program for its commitment to workplace...

New businesses opening in downtown Bangor

Downtown Bangor is seeing plenty of new-business activity lately.

Bangor restaurant will change hands, again

The owner of Giacomo’s, a downtown Bangor grocery store and café, will sell the business after less than a year.

Deal for Scarborough Downs will preserve jobs, keep ownership local

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Two former owners of Michaud Distributors are part of an ownership group that will buy Scarborough Downs.

Another condo development under way on Portland's eastern waterfront

Laurie Schreiber |

Development of a luxury condominium building at 20 Thames St., across from the Ocean Gateway in Portland, has broken ground and condo units within that project are being marketed.

Portland shopping center due for a makeover

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Charterhouse Development Corp., a Boston real estate company, has hired a Connecticut architectural firm to update the Union Station Plaza shopping center in Portland.

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