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

Staff |

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...

Lewiston company steps into Danish clogs with exclusive distribution deal

Renee Cordes |

Lewiston's M. Leonard International Inc. has been named the exclusive U.S. distributor for Danish footwear maker Sanita Denmark A/S, creator of professional clogs popular with nurses, hospitality...

Lewiston marketing firm Anchour in a growth mode

The marketing firm Anchour, in downtown Lewiston, has grown from eight employees two years ago to 19 today.

Bull Moose bets big on books with larger Lewiston Mall location

Renee Cordes |

Bull Moose, the Maine-based seller of movies, music, games and toys, sees a bright future in books. This fall, the retail chain will open its eighth store with a large book section inside the...

Central Maine Healthcare's new Topsham Care Center is up and running

Maureen Milliken |

New England Cancer Specialists is the first provider to open in the 44,000-square-foot space that once housed Best Buy and The Dollar Store at 105 Topsham Fair Mall Road.

Downtown Lewiston nonprofit gets off the ground

Laurie Schreiber |

Downtown Lewiston, a new nonprofit focused on the promotion and economic development of the commercial district, reaches out to introduce the organization to the business community and the community...

Sale of Main Street building speaks to burgeoning downtown Lewiston

Laurie Schreiber |

The Art Deco retail and office building at 177 Main St. was sold off-market in a deal that's a classic win-win, broker Kevin Fletcher said.

Grand Rounds, a San Francisco-based startup, is staffing up in Lewiston

Renee Cordes |

A year after opening its East Coast office in Lewiston, Grand Rounds is adding staff to help Maine companies trim health care costs and boost productivity by connecting their employees and family...

Five-year investment plan puts Auburn-Lewiston Airport on a flight path of growth

Maureen Milliken |

Rick Lanman, manager of Auburn-Lewiston Airport, say the airport will invest $8.7 million over the next two years and a total of $11 million through 2023, in a bid to expand its importance as an...

Rebirth of Lewiston's downtown features retail, restaurants and residences

Laurie Schreiber |

Downtown Lewiston is a work in progress, but there's no denying a renaissance is under way as owners, users and investors buy and renovate buildings, many of which date to the 19th century, and...

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