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Norwegian health officials visit Maine hospital

Norway’s minister of health-and-care services and a team of delegates visited Mid Coast Hospital in Brunswick this week to explore the adoption of a new nurse practitioner...

Bank’s future in Kennebunk hinges on ballot

Kennebunk Savings’ future in Kennebunk is reportedly hinging on a referendum question on the town’s local ballot that would allow the bank to expand operations...

PUC approves Nestlé-Fryeburg water deal

The Maine Public Utilities Commission has approved a long-term contract allowing the bottler of the Poland Springs brand to buy water from Fryeburg Water Co.

Boston publisher to launch Portland newspaper

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The publisher of the Dig Boston alternative weekly newspaper announced Friday its plan to launch a sister company in Portland, just days after a sale of the...

Future of Portland Phoenix up in the air

The sale of the Portland Phoenix weekly newspaper to an employee has fallen through, so the owners are seeking other potential buyers and options.

Summit responds to proposed $150K fine

Summit Natural Gas of Maine is seeking to meet with state regulators over its proposed $150,000 fine for damaging sewer lines while installing pipeline.

High court finds favor with mountain wind farm

A 14-turbine wind farm proposed for Passadumkeag Mountain in Penobscot County is moving forward after Maine's highest court upheld its approval by the citizen-led Board of...

Jackson Lab gets $10M for disease research

The Jackson Laboratory has received $10 million from the family of a board member to launch a new center that will boost disease research.

Maine home sales on the rise

Sales of existing single-family homes in Maine increased in September by 6.6% over the same month last year, while the national figure dropped slightly.

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...

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