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Maine shrimp season faces second cancellation

Maine shrimp harvesting may be canceled for a second consecutive season after a draft report by marine scientists said the shrimp population continues to face unfavorable conditions...

Ex-CEI worker sentenced for embezzlement

A former fund accountant at Wiscasset-based CEI (Coastal Enterprises Inc.) has received a prison sentence for embezzling from her employer $365,168, which included federal...

Top Gun to award $10K at pitch showcase

The Top Gun entrepreneurship acceleration program will offer a $10,000 cash prize to the winning entrepreneur of next year’s pitch event, the organizers announced...

Feds lend $10M to Front Street Shipyard

Front Street Shipyard in Belfast is receiving a $10 million loan from the federal government as it continues redevelopment efforts on the city’s waterfront.

BIW lands $32.5M contract for stealth destroyer

The U.S. Navy has awarded a $32.5 million contract modification to Bath Iron Works for technical and industrial engineering work on the future USS Michael Monsoor, the second...

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...

Camden inns clash over proposed rule change

If three Camden inns were able to serve dinner to guests after previously not being able to, would it create unfair competition for other inns?

Rockport businessman 'target' of federal probe

The Rockport businessman accused of embezzling $3.8 million from the charity he led for 17 years is being targeted by a federal investigation.

Midcoast bank mum on $3.8M charity theft case

The midcoast bank used to deposit $3.8 million allegedly stolen by a Rockport businessman from a Camden-based charity is remaining quiet on the issue.

Brunswick loses businesses to neighbor

Brunswick is losing two retail stores that are moving across the Androscoggin River to the Topsham Fair Mall, where they say more foot traffic from customers is expected.