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Boothbay pellet plant all set to enter heating fuel marketplace

C and L Forestry Wood Pellets has completed machinery set-up at its manufacturing plant in the Boothbay Industrial Park and is now offering wood pellets for heating fuel.

Maine Maritime Museum welcomes home the Mary E

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The oldest Bath-built wooden schooner still afloat arrived home on Sunday, greeted by hundreds of people at a Maine Maritime Museum party celebrating the Mary E’s return.

Audit: Camden exceeds voter-approved bond in Ragged Mountain development

An audit of the redevelopment of the Ragged Mountain Recreation Area, which includes the Camden Snow Bowl, shows that the town exceeded its voter-authorized $2 million bond expenditure by $743,134.

Retail, residential development planned for Boothbay Harbor

Route 27, on the approach to Boothbay Harbor, could see retail and housing development on a 30-acre parcel.

Boothbay region’s first medical marijuana business to open

Pharmers Markets Caregivers, a medical marijuana caregiver business, is expected to open in Boothbay within the next month.

BIW christens its 36th Arleigh Burke-class destroyer

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Bath Iron Works christened the U.S. Navy’s newest guided-missile destroyer, Thomas Hudner, on Saturday, marking an important milestone in the construction of the 36th Arleigh Burke-class...

DuPont to buy FMC division that owns Rockland seaweed processor

FMC Corp., the owner of a Rockland seaweed processor, announced Friday that the manufacturing plant is being acquired by DuPont as part of a transaction involving FMC's Health and Nutrition business.

Wiscasset restaurant calls it quits after four decades

Le Garage Restaurant, which has served ice cream and chowder in Wiscasset since 1974, will close April 30.

J.C. Penney closing one Maine store

Maine did not escape unscathed from the widespread J.C. Penney store closings nationwide.

Wicked success: Bob and Carmen Garver build their organic coffee business into a commercial hit

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Bob and Carmen Garver, the husband-and-wife team behind Wicked Joe Coffee and Bard Coffee in Portland, are the 2017 Mainebiz Business Leaders of the Year in the small-business category.

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