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Broker oversees sale of historic Portland building designed by his great-great-grandfather

The $2.1 million sale of 22 Monument Square, a 22,932-square-foot Class B office building in Portland's Arts District, involves a historic 1913 building was designed by Portland architect John Calvin...

MDOT unveils three-year $2.3 billion work plan


The Maine Department of Transportation's annual three-year work plan, which includes 2,262 projects totalling $2.3 billion, also has an added emphasis on highway safety this year.

Maine Med receives five-star rating from federal agency


Maine Medical Center earned the highest rating for its hospital quality and safety in an analysis by the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.

Money Magazine: South Portland is best place to live in Maine


South Portland is the best place to live in Maine, according to Money Magazine's latest national scorecard.

Rockland stitcher finds unique niche with antique sewing machines

Griffen Cooper’s Chainstitch Repair Co. in Rockland has a unique business niche: using antique sewing machines.

Acadia National Park closes due to federal shutdown

The U.S. Office of Management and Budget ordered Acadia National Park on Saturday to start shutdown procedures in the face of the congressional budget impasse.

Maine Aqua Ventus scraps Port Clyde as mainland link to grid

The Maine Aqua Ventus pilot wind energy project has ruled out Port Clyde as the location where the project’s transmission cable would link to the mainland from the test site off Monhegan Island.

MEREDA conference highlights demand, but lack of inventory


Vacancy rates are at or near historic lows in some areas, but the rents landlords are charging do not yet justify the cost of new construction.That's one of the takeaway themes of the annual Maine...

Brunswick Landing drives midcoast real estate activity

Laurie Schreiber |

In 2017, Brunswick Landing continues to show strong growth in the Bath-Brunswick-Topsham region.

NIMBY vs. YIMBY debate continues to guide development


Maine’s real estate industry continues to look for ways to turn NIMBY into YIMBY — “not in my back yard” to “yes in my back yard” — as it continues to...