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Chefs leave before Press Hotel opening

Two chefs have ended their partnership with a Portland hotel that is scheduled to open this month in the former Portland Press Herald building.

CMHC expands partnership with Boston hospital

Central Maine Healthcare in Lewiston is expanding its partnership with Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, but details are still being hashed out.

11 Maine hospitals earn A grade in national report

The Maine Health Management Coalition has released updated hospital safety scores for 18 Maine hospitals that have...

Osco Drug pharmacists join Teamsters union

Pharmacists at Osco Drug have voted to become members of Teamsters Local 340 in South Portland. The newly organized group consists...

SBA events aim to help Maine small businesses

The Maine district office of the U.S. Small Business Administration is sponsoring a number of events next week to support small business efforts and provide technical assistance,...

Report: Maine businesses on the hook for questionable unemployment payments

Maine businesses could be on the hook for million of dollars in unemployment checks that may have been improperly paid to people who are not looking for work, according to the four most recent audits...

Harvard Pilgrim awards $40K to Maine community garden programs

Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Foundation, based in Wellesley, Mass., has awarded almost $40,000 to nine nonprofit community garden programs in Maine. The disbursement is part of...

Acadia visitors spent $221M in 2014

Some 2.56 million people visited Acadia National Park last year, spending $221 million in surrounding communities, according to a new federal report.

Rockland to reconsider energy plant proposal

Rockland city officials are expected to reconsider an option-to-buy agreement with a Boston energy company that is seeking to build a natural gas-fired plant on city...

LePage: No dice on southern Maine casino

Gov. Paul LePage opposes the idea of adding another casino in southern Maine, saying it would have a negative impact on the state.