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Oxford Networks, BayRing Communications complete merger

Lewiston-based Oxford Networks has completed its merger with Portsmouth, N.H.-based BayRing Communications, which Oxford said in June upon announcing the merger plans would make it the largest...

Colby College to buy third Waterville building

Following the recent purchase of two downtown Waterville buildings, Colby College is expected to buy another one for the purpose of spurring economic development.

Greene contractor held in contempt for OSHA violations

The owner of Lessard Bros. Construction in Greene is being held in contempt of court for not paying a $405,000 fine and failing to correct federal safety violations.

Waterville manufacturer gets major schools contract

Huhtamaki’s Waterville manufacturing plant is making a compostable line of plates for six major public school systems across the country as part of a contract awarded earlier this year.

Summit scales back plans in two areas

Summit Natural Gas of Maine is scaling back build-out plans for two of its target regions, citing a lack in demand in the face of low oil prices, according to two separate reports.

Hartt celebrates opening of $5.3M Auburn facility

Bangor-based Hartt Transportation opened the doors of its new $5.3 million truck terminal in Auburn on Friday, signaling the company’s business growth in the area.

Agency gives $40K to 5 Maine credit unions

The National Credit Union Administration, an independent federal agency, is giving nearly $40,000 to five credit unions across Maine as part of a competitive grant process.

Craft-Mania to close in Auburn

Craft-Mania in Auburn, Maine’s largest independently-owned craft store, is closing its doors this September because of decreasing sales and increasing local competition.

Nautical chic makes its mark in Maine

A burgeoning marine-chic industry is hitting the cobblestone streets of the Old Port in Portland, with bait bags with nautical themes to sunglasses made from lobster traps adding to the typical...

Judge slaps T-Mobile facility over confidentiality rule

Wireless provider T-Mobile was wrong to require its workers not to talk about ongoing internal investigations to anyone but investigators, an administrative law judge for the National Labor Relations...

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