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Maine Huts & Trails hires state's tourism director

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Carolann Ouellette, who has served as director of the Maine Office of Tourism since 2011, has been hired to take over as executive director of Maine Huts & Trails in January.

Report: Maine infrastructure needs solutions and investment

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Maine's infrastructure grade remained unchanged from four years ago, the American Society of Civil Engineers reported Monday.

Sunday River's Rockin' and Roastin' era has come to an end

Aero-Vederci to Joey Kramer's Rockin' and Roastin' Cafe and Restaurant that opened at Sunday River in December 2015: the Aerosmith drummer's café will not reopen next season after closing in April.

Cianbro lands $29M contract for Portsmouth Naval Shipyard repairs

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Cianbro Corp. of Pittsfield has been awarded a $28.86 million contract from the U.S. Navy to perform structural repairs at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard in Kittery.

Verso Paper restructures mill network in cost-cutting effort

In a continuing effort to trim costs, Verso Corp., the Memphis, Tenn.-based owner of the Jay paper mill, is consolidating its administrative offices and reorganizing its seven mill network into two...

Verso Paper mill in Jay to lay off 190

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Approximately 190 employees will be laid off at the Verso paper mill in Jay as the company announced Tuesday that it would temporarily idle the mill's No. 3 paper machine in the first quarter of 2017.

One day later, here's what we know about Saddleback sale

A group of area business owners, skiers and nonprofits say they've reached verbal agreements to purchase both the core ski area and land surrounding the Saddleback Mountain ski area. But how are they...

The Golden Arches shine on South Paris once again

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Like a phoenix rising from the ashes, South Paris officially marked the grand re-opening of a McDonald’s location at 118 Main St. on Friday.

Area businesses, skiers to buy Saddleback Mountain ski resort

The Saddleback Mountain Foundation, the Trust for Public Land and the New England Forestry Foundation say that they've reached verbal agreements to purchase both the core ski area and the surrounding...

Winter is coming: Sunday River, down a ski lift, begins snowmaking

Sunday River is gearing up for the upcoming ski season as the Newry ski area began snowmaking operations on Monday, but the company says it will be down one ski lift this winter.

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