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UMaine welcomes largest incoming class

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The University of New England isn’t the only Maine school celebrating a record number of incoming students — the University of Maine also welcomed its largest incoming class this week.

Bangor laments the loss of Little League ‘World Series’

Local officials and business leaders in Bangor say the decision by Little League International to no longer hold the Senior League World Series at Mansfield Stadium is the loss of a major economic...

And then there were four: Topsham Best Buy to close

A Best Buy location in the Topsham Fair Mall will be closing on Oct. 29.

Opening of Scratch Baking’s toast bar a ‘dream for 12 years’

Regular bars are so passť. Toast bars? That’s where Bob Johnson, co-owner of the South Portland-based Scratch Baking Co., and his business partner Allison Reid see the future.

Finalists announced for annual ‘Best Places to Work’

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The finalists have been announced for the 11th annual list of “The Best Places to Work in Maine” from the Maine State Council of the Society for Human Resources Management.

The big blue book that could: The DeLorme Atlas & Gazetteer lives on

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Following the March acquisition of DeLorme by the Swiss navigational giant Garmin one question remained for many Mainers: Will the legendary DeLorme Atlas & Gazetteer continue to be published? Garmin...

Morning Dew Farm turns to crowdfunding in hopes of 68-acre purchase

Brendan McQuillen and Brady Hatch, the husband-and-wife owners of the Newcastle-based Morning Dew Farm, have launched a crowdfunding campaign with hopes of purchasing an expansive plot of land in...

Nominations are open: Are you one of Maine's Fastest Growing Companies?

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Nominations are now open for Mainebiz's annual recognition of the Fastest Growing Companies in Maine.

Gas prices in Maine increase for second week

For the second week in a row, gas prices in Maine have increased, as the average price for a gallon of gas in the state rose by three cents to $2.22.

Eimskip USA honored for impact on Maine's economy

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The Maine Maritime Museum awarded the Icelandic-based shipping company Eimskip USA the 11th annual Mariners Award for its contribution to Maine's maritime heritage and its impact of the economy and...

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