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Central Maine Healthcare names new president, CEO

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Jeff Brickman will replace Peter E. Chalke as the next president and CEO of Central Maine Healthcare on Sept. 19.

Heating oil prices fall as crude oil market rally falters

More good news on heating fuel prices slide down across the state.

Four buildings to be razed to revitalize downtown Waterville

Waterville's comeback is in full swing as four buildings owned by Colby College are to be torn down for new uses.

This restaurateur is giving away his upscale eatery through an essay contest

Looking to get into the world of Maine's upscale restaurant business but have little capital to fall back on aside from your wit, wisdom and $150?

Switch to in-house machinery creates six jobs at Augusta printer

Six new jobs will be coming to J.S. McCarthy Printers when a new paper-cutting machine is installed at the Augusta-based commercial printer’s facility at 15 Darin Drive.

Five Guys expands to Augusta commercial development

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The proliferation of Five Guys Burgers and Fries in Maine continues, with the announcement that a fifth franchise location will be coming to Western Avenue in Augusta this fall.

Oxford Networks set to be acquired by N.Y. equity firm

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The Lewiston-based fiber-optic bandwidth infrastructure services provider Oxford Networks has entered into a definitive agreement to be acquired by the New York-based private equity firm Oak Hill...

Where some see a nuisance, Hallowell pizza joint sees opportunity

The new owner of the Hallowell-based Kennebec Pizza in the city's downtown is hoping that the impending construction on Water Street will make brick-oven-style pizza a hot commodity with hungry...

Cascades' Auburn pulp mill closing, laying off 45

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Cascades Inc., the Quebec-based paper manufacturer of packaging and tissue products made primarily from recycled paper, will be closing a de-inked pulp mill in Auburn on July 15, laying off 45...

Pop-Up art gallery highlights downtown Augusta

Peter Precourt, a professor of art at the University of Maine at Augusta, is using a vacant storefront at 265 Water St. in the state's capital as a pop-up art gallery.

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