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James McCarthy

Senior Writer
761-8379 ext.323
James McCarthy, Mainebiz’s senior writer, has been a journalist for 30 years. Most of his career took place at The Times Record in Brunswick, where he worked for 26 and years, including 10 years as managing editor. As Mainebiz’s senior writer, he has reported on business topics ranging from the Affordable Care Act to workplace safety, in locales extending from Presque Isle to Biddeford. In his spare time, he enjoys hiking, photography, gardening and paddling the rivers that flow into Merrymeeting Bay. He and his wife live in Brunswick.

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Drummond Woodsum lawyers help Appalachian Mountain Club cash in on uncut trees

In his legal work for the Appalachian Mountain Club and the Maine Appalachian Land Trust, David Kallin has "walked the walk"...

Keeping the 'port' in Portland: HNTB helps revitalize city's International Marine Terminal

When Eimskip, Iceland’s largest shipping company, announced in the spring of 2013 that it was moving its U.S. port of call from...

Further thoughts on Monhegan

Monhegan Island seems timeless. It's part of that remote island's rugged beauty and aura. It's also a problem to the extent that it...

WEX reports 16% growth in third quarter revenue

WEX Inc. (NYSE: WEX) reported strong third quarter financials today, with total revenue for the three months ended on Sept. 30...

Stonewall Kitchen gets new CEO, investor

Stonewall Kitchen, a nationally recognized manufacturing, retail and wholesale distribution company based in York, announced today...

On the edge: Monhegan Island's year-round residents take charge of their future

Shermie Stanley doesn't need to read the Island Institute's 62-page 2011 status report on Maine's 15 year-round island communities to...

Portland waterfront to be site of New England ocean 'cluster'

Patrick Arnold, president of SoliDG Inc., which manages the International Marine Terminal in Portland, and Thor Sigfusson, owner of...

PenBay Solutions develops a GIS tool for mapping what's inside buildings

Since 2006, New York City has required owners of office towers taller than 15 stories to file "emergency action plans." Tens...

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