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Construction starting on Rockland’s tallest hotel

A five-story hotel that is expected to become Rockland’s tallest building and which attracted some controversy earlier this year is beginning construction next week.

Maine company chosen to make Lincoln Logs toy

Dylan Martin |

Pride Manufacturing, a Burnham-based maker of various wood products, has been chosen to manufacture the historic Lincoln Logs toy.

Rockport entrepreneur sets new Kickstarter record

Dylan Martin |

The clock is still ticking for John Galley’s Kickstarter campaign to commercialize his best friend’s high-tech, military-grade "sunglasses on steroids." But...

Decades of tide changes: Investments help Bath Iron Works maintain its shipbuilding prowess

James McCarthy |

Shipbuilders at Bath Iron Works began the new year of 1994 with 12 reasons for optimism. That's the number of Arleigh Burke-class destroyers awarded to the shipyard but not yet delivered...

Over 52K Maine credit cards appear on black market

More than 52,000 Maine credit cards have appeared on a black market website, most likely as a result of a data breach at Home Depot, a

Thornton Academy partners with UNE to make college more affordable

Thornton Academy and the University of New England announced on Wednesday a new partnership that will allow qualified graduates of the Saco boarding school to enter UNE's College of Arts...

Maine AG seeks reinstatement of Riverview certification

The Maine Attorney General’s Office plans to ask a federal court to order the reinstatement of certification for the 92-bed Riverview Psychiatric Center in Augusta in an effort to...

Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative marks 25th carbon auction

James McCarthy |

The Natural Resources Council of Maine took advantage of a carbon permits auction on Wednesday to highlight how Maine’s participation in the multistate Regional Greenhouse Gas...

Mercy Hospital submits plans to consolidate at new campus

Mercy Hospital has submitted "conceptual plans" to the city of Portland for a consolidation of its services at an expanded Fore River Parkway campus.