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In tight industrial market, even unlisted properties sell

Laurie Schreiber |

A 42,000-square-foot warehouse/storage building, at 360 Civic Center Drive in Augusta, was never listed.

Commission picks new name if voters approve L/A merger

The Lewiston Auburn Joint Charter Commission has chosen a new name for Lewiston and Auburn if voters approve merging the cities later this year.

Lewiston Ramada Inn sold for $4 million

Laurie Schreiber |

A Massachusetts-based hotel investor group called Atithi LLC, which owns and operates a large portfolio of hotels under major brands, purchased the Ramada Inn & Conference Center in Lewiston for more...

Colby's $200M sports complex gets green light

The Waterville Planning Board unanimously approved on Monday Colby College's plans for a $200 million, 350,000-square-foot athletic complex that includes an Olympic-size pool and an indoor track.

LA Metro Magazine brings on former chamber director

STAFF |

LA Metro Magazine adds Matt Leonard, local businessman and former president and CEO of the Lewiston Auburn Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce, as co-owner.

Former meat plant in Androscoggin County to become cannabis operation

The former Town & Country Foods meat operation in Greene was listed on Instagram and sold within three days to a medical marijuana grower.

A merger of Lewiston and Auburn would save money, but critics worry at what cost

Lori Valigra |

Rhetoric about the pending November referendum to merge Lewiston and Auburn is heating up. Proponents cite $2.3 million or more in annual savings, while opponents worry each city would lose its...

Industrial space crunch moves north: L/A's industrial space is in demand

Laurie Schreiber |

Interest in Lewiston/Auburn's available industrial space is growing, in part due to the tightness of the southern Maine and the Greater Portland markets.

Top Gun regional business pitch finalists announced

Staff |

The winners of the Maine Center for Entrepreneurial Development's Top Gun semi-final events were announced after regional pitch-offs in Bangor, Lewiston/Auburn, Rockport and Portland.

Historic Gardiner building sold by Camden National Bank poised for a creative reboot

Laurie Schreiber |

Under new ownership, plans are underway to install new tenants in a historic building at 252 Water St. in downtown Gardiner that until recently was owned by Camden National Bank.

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