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Bowdoin College launches multi-million-dollar sports facility revamp

Bowdoin College plans an $8 million renovation of historic Whittier Field, and Magee-Samuelson Track, named partially in honor of Olympic champion, Maine native and 1979 graduate Joan Benoit...

Sanford mill with a long history has a new owner

Laurie Schreiber |

SANFORD — A historic mill building that dates to the 1920s will be repurposed by a custom veneer business whose owner who will use part of the space for himself and eventually lease out the...

Investment group agrees to buy Scarborough Downs

A group of investors led by a Massachusetts developer has signed an agreement to purchase Scarborough Downs.

Dawn of a new 'Aura' for music and mixers in Portland


With a little more than a month to go until the unveiling of Portland's newest music and entertainment venue, business is already booming at Aura.

Another Westbrook mixed-use property changes hands

Bernard Willimann, a Yarmouth resident who owns the management company Coastal Nest in Portland, is finding Westbrook to be a happening place for turning distressed properties into attractive rentals...

Unifying 'town' and 'gown': Colby College President David A. Greene spearheads $65M investment effort

Lori Valigra |

Before his official inauguration as president of Colby College in July 2014, David A. Greene accepted the college's board of trustees' invitation to attend a committee meeting on...

Bayside Bowl completes multimillion-dollar expansion

Bayside Bowl has completed its 10-month, multimillion-dollar expansion in Portland that includes new amenities and a rooftop solar system.

Sunday River Golf Club sells at auction

Newry Holdings of Portland purchased the Sunday River Golf Club at auction Wednesday for $700,000.

Maine mortgage rates seen rising slightly after Fed move


Despite the March 15 rate hike by the Federal Reserve and signals of further gradual increases, experts say that Maine homebuyers can expect mortgage rates to rise only slightly.

Some well-known inns put up 'for sale' sign

Laurie Schreiber |

With the tourism season around the corner, a few prominent Maine inns are on the market.