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Trump talks trade agreements, jobs at Bangor rally

Following an introduction by conservative radio show host Howie Carr and Gov. Paul LePage, presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump used part of Wednesday's rally in Bangor as a...

UMaine Presque Isle provost to serve as interim president

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The provost of the University of Maine at Presque Isle, Raymond Rice, will serve as the interim president of the Aroostook County public university.

Bangor officials move forward with possession of downtown building

Despite efforts from the former owner of the historic 30,000-square-foot Central Building in downtown Bangor, the city council has voted to take possession of the building due to unpaid taxes.

Trump to make second Maine campaign stop

Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump will hold a campaign rally Wednesday at the Cross Insurance Center in Bangor.

$50M McCain Foods expansion could boost Aroostook potato stock

The largest buyer of potatoes in Aroostook County, McCain Foods, is planning a 32,000-square-foot expansion at its Florenceville-Bristol french fry plant in New Brunswick. The expansion could be a...

Downtown building could be taken by Bangor

The city of Bangor may take over the 30,000-square-foot Central Building in the city's downtown at 73 Central St.

Appalachian Trail Conservancy visitor center opens in Maine

The Piscataquis County town of Monson is the latest community in the nation to have an Appalachian Trail Conservancy visitor center, joining Pennsylvania and Harpers Ferry, W.Va.

SunEdison could sell Maine's largest wind farm proposal for $26.5M

The San Francisco-based wind energy investors Pattern Energy Group Inc. could pay approximately $26.5 million for the development rights of the proposed King Pine wind project, Maine's single-largest...

Bangor Bugaboo Creek location calls it a day

After 22 years, a Bugaboo Creek steakhouse in Bangor closed its doors on Monday, leaving between 35 and 40 employees without work.

EMHS offers early retirement to curb $3M departmental shortfall

In an attempt to avoid a $3 million shortfall in its information systems department, Eastern Maine Healthcare Systems is offering 43 of the department's 300 system-wide employees an early retirement...

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