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Fast-growing mental health services provider expects to add 150 jobs

Renee Cordes |

Three years after launching Black Bear Support Services LLC in Lewiston, Laura Catevenis has big plans for the fast-growing mental health services startup this year.

Six Maine paving plants part of $555M sale to global firm

Staff |

A Connecticut-based company that owns six hot-mix asphalt facilities in Maine sold its asphalt plants and paving division for $555 million to Eurovia SAS, a subsidiary of the Vinci Group in France,...

CMMC cardiovascular institute makes national Top 50

Staff |

Central Maine Medical Center in Lewiston has been named one of the nation’s 50 Top Cardiovascular Hospitals by IBM Watson Health — the only hospital in the state to receive that honor...

Lewiston fitness business targets hot Scarborough market for third location

Maureen Milliken |

GoZone Fitness, which started in Lewiston and also has an Augusta site, has found space in Scarborough at the epicenter of the town's development boom.

Bursting at seams, Lewiston sign-maker finds the 'perfect tall building' to meet his needs

Laurie Schreiber |

After unsuccessfully searching for larger space for his growing custom sign-making operation, Neokraft Signs owner and President Phil Bolduc had resigned himself to adding on to his existing space in...

Central Maine Healthcare expands partnership with Central Maine Orthopaedics

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Central Maine Healthcare and Central Maine Orthopaedics announced an expanded partnership Monday that the organizations say will increase capacity for the Auburn orthopedics practice, strengthen...

In Lewiston, investment boosts fortunes of buildings once ignored

Laurie Schreiber |

Locally known as the “Joe Bornstein Building” because that business occupies the first floor, a building at 157 Main St. in Lewiston recently sold for $540,000. It comprises a...

Downtown Lewiston is booming and tax credit programs are helping

Laurie Schreiber |

The formation of a new Commercial Historic District in Lewiston is expected to be a boon to the city, allowing property owners along downtown Lisbon and Main streets to take advantage of federal and...

Neighbors of Lewiston residential proposal voice concerns over impact

At a neighborhood meeting Oct. 3, the proposed development of 240 apartment units at the former Pineland Lumber Co. site in Lewiston drew some opposition from neighbors concerned about its impact.

240-unit development proposed for Lewiston

A development of 240 apartment units has been proposed for the former Pineland Lumber Co. site in Lewiston.

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