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Auburn councilors OK Hartt tax break

The Auburn City Council has approved a tax incentive plan for Hartt Transportation’s $5.3 million facility that will help the company pay for utilities and other site...

Cascades Auburn Fiber fined by EPA

Cascades Auburn Fiber, a leading de-inked pulp provider in the Northeast, has been fined $65,000 by the federal Environmental Protection Agency for allegedly violating the Clean...

St. Mary’s hospital recognized as ‘top performer’

The Joint Commission, a nonprofit that accredits and certifies more than 20,500 health care organizations and programs in the United States, has recognized St. Mary’s Regional...

Lewiston law firm to argue before U.S. Supreme Court in online retailer case

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When attorneys George Isaacson and Matthew Schaefer of Lewiston-based Brann & Isaacson appear before the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday, they will be arguing for a case that holds...

Auburn officials say no to expanded TIF

The Auburn City Council said it will not consider an expanded Tax Increment Financing district for an industrial park that contains Hartt Transportation Systems.

Revived Lewiston film festival to expand in 2015

The Emerge Film Festival in Lewiston will return in 2015 with an expanded format, after it emerged this year from the collapse of the Lewiston-Auburn Film...

Investor aids with opening of Gardiner Co-op

A group’s plan to open a cooperative grocery store in Gardiner is moving forward after announcing that an angel investor will purchase a downtown building to house the...

Work begins on $6.5M memory care facility

Construction work began this week on a new $6.5 million, 64-bed memory care facility in Lewiston — a facility that is said to be the first of its kind in the area.

Towns eye tax relief due to revaluations of mills

Madison selectmen have scheduled a meeting on Nov. 24 with Skowhegan selectmen to discuss the possibility of pursuing legislation seeking tax relief from the state to help both...

SymQuest to double Maine workforce by 2017

SymQuest, a managed IT services company, said its move from Auburn into the Bates Mill in Lewiston will enable the company to double its Maine workforce to 70 employees by...

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