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Downtown Rockland soon to be 'world headquarters' of pet supply company

A nationally recognized pet supply company in Rockland has found a new location for its new “world headquarters” in downtown Rockland, filling a space that had been home to The Reading...

MTI awards $71K to small businesses across the state

The Maine Technology Institute on Tuesday approved four grant applications for the month of January totaling over $71,000 to four business in the state that specialize in advancements in the fields...

Bigelow Laboratory launches venture research centers

Lori Valigra |

Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences has launched two new Centers for Venture Research that will apply business and project management techniques to its ocean-related research projects to get them...

Maine Foodie Tours gives visitors a taste of Maine

Lori Valigra |

When Pamela Laskey, director and founder of Maine Foodie Tours, sipped Campari on ice in Boston's North End in 2008 with the owner of one of the three culinary tours in the United States...

Maine’s most productive scallop ground shut down

As part of the state’s conservation plan to conserve and rebuild the scallop resource, the state Department of Marine Resources said it is closing Cobscook Bay, the most productive scallop...

Long-time Bath hardware location under new ownership

A 140-year-old, Bath-based retail hardware business has announced that it has been sold to a Massachusetts family-owned hardware company.

Optimistic economic outlook heralds name change for Maine bank

A 150-year-old Maine banking institution has announced both a new name and the launch of a new “Dream Big” vision that it hopes will bring the institution forward during a period when...

First of four renewable energy projects to go online this year

The state's largest solar project to date is expected to come online later this year, according to The Maine Public Utilities Commission.

CMP faces over $1.1M lawsuit from Okla. construction firm

A Tulsa, Okla.-based construction company has filed a lawsuit against Central Maine Power Co. claiming the utility company owes more than $1.1 million due to a project on a Rockport substation that...

Camden complex to be converted to senior community

Three connected commercial buildings that run along Mechanic Street in downtown Camden are being renovated, with plans to convert the upper floors into housing for people 55 years and older.