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Federal funding will support distance learning, telemedicine programs

U.S. Sens. Susan Collins and Angus King said Monday that more than $2 million in federal funding will go to six entities throughout the state to support distance learning and telemedicine programs.

Maine Preservation honors historic rehab and preservation projects

The Maine Preservation honored 16 historic preservation projects throughout the state at its annual awards ceremony last week, including the Press Hotel in Portland and the Mill at Dover-Foxcroft.

Maine firms win awards for engineering excellence

Six engineering firms in Maine received awards from the American Council of Engineering Companies of Maine for work this year.

Report: Shuttered Waterville market still owes farmers money

The closing of Barrels Community Market in downtown Waterville has left some area farmers being owed thousands of dollars for their produce and products.

At least six Tim Hortons in Maine closed

Tim Hortons has closed at least six of its restaurants in Maine, including in South Portland, Auburn, Lewiston and Augusta, but it’s not clear how many people were laid off as a result.

Startups in UMaine and MTI accelerator to pitch investors after completing program

The four Maine startups in a pilot accelerator program launched in September by the University of Maine and the Maine Technology Institute will pitch their ideas at a showcase event next month in...

Sales of homes in Maine drop in October

Maine home sales declined in October compared to the year prior, while the median price increased by 6.5%, according to the latest housing market report from RE/MAX Integra of New England.

LePage says hydropower from Canada needed

Maine Gov. Paul LePage told attendees Friday at a New England-Canada energy conference in Boston that the construction of transmission lines bringing hydropower from Canada is needed to combat the...

Report: TPP would lower tariffs for Maine exporters

A report issued Thursday by the U.S. Department of Commerce said the proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement would boost Maine exports to other countries in the agreement by removing...

Redzone Wireless expands coverage to Augusta area

Redzone Wireless LLC, a Camden-based wireless Internet service provider, has expanded its 4G LTE wireless network to more than 6,500 new households in the greater Augusta area.