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Saddleback owners outline four options for ski resort

Skiers remain skeptical about Saddleback Maine's opening this winter, even after the resort outlined four options to remain financially viable on its Facebook page on Wednesday.

DEP announces $800K in stream crossing grants

Maine’s Department of Environmental Protection said Wednesday that it has issued $800,000 for 15 projects in the first round of dispensing $5.4 million in funds earmarked for vital improvement...

Portland Science Center to open Friday with 'Body Worlds' exhibit

The new Portland Science Center, scheduled to open Sept. 4 on Maine Wharf after a couple months' delay, expects to draw about 100,000 visitors to the “Body Worlds” exhibit, according to...

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...

Northern Border Regional Commission to invest $1.356M in six Maine communities

The Northern Border Regional Commission will award $1,356,000 in grant funding to improve local infrastructure and to encourage private sector investments in six Maine communities.

Catalyst shuts down Rumford paper machine indefinitely

Catalyst said Tuesday that it will keep its No. 12 coated paper machine at the Rumford Paper Mill out of production indefinitely, describing it as a “fully market-related decision” that...

Skowhegan entrepreneur contest offers $20K prize

Entrepreneurs who want to start a business in downtown Skowhegan have a chance to win a $10,000 forgivable loan, commercial storefront space and other incentives in a contest being organized by Main...

Verso to lay off 300 at Jay mill

Verso Corp. said Thursday it plans to permanently eliminate about 300 jobs at its Androscoggin Mill in Jay and lay off an additional 310 at another mill in Kentucky.

Three historic Norway buildings headed to market

Three historic buildings in downtown Norway are being put on the market.

Banner year for Portland’s street food purveyors

Portland has seen an explosion in food carts and food trucks this year, with the city handing out 10 food cart licenses, more than double the number three years ago.