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Feds sue Maine farm over sexual harassment

A farm in Lincoln County is being sued by the federal government over allegations that men were allowed to sexually harass female workers and that it enabled a hostile working...

Camden inns clash over proposed rule change

If three Camden inns were able to serve dinner to guests after previously not being able to, would it create unfair competition for other inns?

Compromise reached on Portland development

A major Portland apartment and retail development is being scaled back after reaching a compromise with a group suing to halt the project.

The Melting Pot seeks Portland expansion

The Melting Pot, a Tampa, Fla.-based fondue and casual dining franchise, is seeking to expand its more than 130 restaurants across North America with one in Portland.

Maine snowmobile clubs get federal boost

The Maine snowmobile industry is getting a boost from the federal government.USDA's Rural Development office announced Tuesday the...

Owner of historic Maine canoe maker explains difficult decision to move out of state

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Lincoln Canoe and Kayak, one of the oldest canoe and kayak makers in the state, is moving out of its Freeport retail location by the end of the month and opening up shop in...

Maine unemployment rises slightly in September

Maine's unemployment rate in September was 5.8%, an increase from 5.6% in August but nearly 1% less than it was a year ago.The...

Rockport businessman 'target' of federal probe

The Rockport businessman accused of embezzling $3.8 million from the charity he led for 17 years is being targeted by a federal investigation.

Restaurateurs get prison time for illegal hirings

Two brothers who ran three Mexican restaurants in Maine have been sentenced to federal prison after pleading guilty in June to hiring undocumented workers.

FairPoint strike continues for fourth day

Nearly 800 union workers at FairPoint Communications in Maine have been on strike for four days now, saying the company has been unable to negotiate labor contracts.

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