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Portland studio stands out with 'fantasy photography'

Dylan Martin |

Lauren Lear is among many other photography business owners in Maine, but what makes her stand out is her "fantasy photography," giving subjects a chance to immortalize...

Report: Moody's Diner discriminated against employee

Moody’s Diner, a popular restaurant in Waldoboro, was found to have discriminated against an employee, an investigator with the Maine Human Rights Commission has...

PUC to consider natural gas expansion plans

State regulators will review three proposals for natural gas expansion that could cost Maine $75 million annually for 20 years, but could also help it avoid future spikes in...

Hilton-brand hotel proposed in Augusta

An Auburn-based developer is proposing a four-story, 120-room, Hilton-brand hotel in Augusta that would be visible from Interstate 95 and located among a group of other...

NewPage plans to sell its only Maine mill

NewPage has reached an agreement to sell its only paper mill in Maine, along with a mill in Wisconsin, to Canada-based Catalyst Paper for $74 million.

Bookkeeper pleads guilty to embezzlement

A New Hampshire woman has pleaded guilty to two charges after embezzling more than $740,000 from Norway-based Grover Gundrilling Inc., her former employer.

Well-known economist leaving Maine

Charlie Colgan, a well-known economist who had served on the state’s economic forecasting panel for nearly two decades, is leaving Maine after losing his faculty position at...

Portland tech co. raises funds for tax software

A Portland-based technology company has raised funds from a St. Louis-based business incubator and the Maine Technology Institute for development of its sales tax software for...

Maine shrimp season faces second cancellation

Maine shrimp harvesting may be canceled for a second consecutive season after a draft report by marine scientists said the shrimp population continues to face unfavorable conditions...

Downeaster to add Kennebunk stop

The operator of the Amtrak Downeaster is planning to add a seasonal stop in Kennebunk, which is expected to boost the town’s tourism efforts.

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