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Young couple snaps up former Nina's Variety in Falmouth

Laurie Schreiber |

A couple in their early 30s, looking for an affordable lease to establish a variety store and specialty grill, jumped at the chance to buy a property, instead, when they realized the purchase price...

Reed & Reed awarded contract for York toll plaza project

Staff |

Construction on a new turnpike toll plaza in York will begin next month, following Maine Turnpike Authority’s award of a three-year $39.5 million contract to Reed & Reed of Woolwich.

Tuna tournament in its final year nets $287K for community college students

Staff |

The Sturdivant Island Tuna Tournament ended its 21-year run as New England’s top cash prize tuna event by raising $287,000 in support of scholarship for Maine community college students.

Maine Medical Center launches peer-reviewed medical journal

Staff |

Maine Medical Center’s Medical Education Department will launch the state’s only peer-reviewed medical journal dedicated to original research in the health sciences.

Maine SBDC earns full national accreditation

Staff |

The Maine Small Business Development Centers earned full accreditation from the national accrediting body under contract with the U.S. Small Business Administration to evaluate the nationwide network...

State rejects Kittery's request to delay decision on oyster farm expansion

Staff |

The Maine Department of Marine Resources denied a request by the town of Kittery to delay its decision on a proposed expansion of an oyster farming operation by Spinney Creek Shellfish of Eliot.

Maine Law student coauthors financial guide for veterans

Renee Cordes |

The Maine Bureau of Consumer Credit Protection has produced an easy-to-use practical guide on financial resources available to veterans.

Maine unemployment posts slight uptick in September

Staff |

Maine seasonally adjusted unemployment was 3.3% in September, a slight uptick from 3.2% in August and unchanged from a year ago, according to preliminary data from the Maine Department of Labor...

Gov. LePage heads to Iceland to participate in Arctic Circle Assembly

Staff |

Gov. Paul R. LePage is leading a delegation of more than 40 Mainers to Reykjavik, Iceland, who will participate in the 2018 Arctic Circle Assembly, the largest network of international dialogue and...

CMP nixes overhead crossing of scenic Kennebec Gorge in bid to win over critics

Staff |

In a bid to address concerns of state environmental regulators, host communities and other stakeholders, Central Maine Power plans to avoid an aerial crossing over the scenic Kennebec Gorge as part...

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