Renee Cordes

Senior writer
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King concerned about natural-gas dependence, U.S. power-grid security

U.S. Sen. Angus King, I-Maine, an energy-industry veteran who served as governor from 1995–2003, says that while Maine's energy...

Onshore wind development slow but steady as offshore plan advances

New England's windiest state has big appeal for investors willing to jump over the regulatory hurdles, with Pittsburgh-based EverPower Wind Holdings...

Maine workers rank No. 1 nationally for taking vacations

When it comes to taking time off from work, Mainers outshine their peers in all other states, according to a new report.

New report: Impact of Portland's art and cultural nonprofits surging

A new economic report put out by the city today shows a growing economic impact from arts and culture nonprots, with $75.6 million of impact in 2015,...

Fintech firm Innovest teams up with Spinnaker for first foray into Maine

Innovest Systems LLC, a fast-growing New York-based company in the burgeoning financial technology, or fintech field, is rolling out a new technology...

Bon-Ton to leave Maine Mall in August

Department store Bon-Ton at the Maine Mall in South Portland will close at the end of August, its struggling owner announced on Tuesday.

Portland girls just wanna network: Regional Chamber launches forum

A new Portland women’s networking forum is off to a running start after Monday’s kickoff at the Press Hotel.

Bar Harbor gets green light for maritime district plan

Bar Harbor voters on Tuesday approved a zoning change that clears the way for the town to buy the former ferry terminal and redevelop it for...