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New management plan drafted for St. John-Allagash region

Development issues on state lands that are part of the new St. John-Allagash Region Management Plan will be a topic of discussion among local residents at an Aug. 30 public meeting.

Historic Bangor building razed

One developer's hope of revitalizing a historic house in Bangor for office space were dashed this past weekend, when the structure was razed.

Historic Bangor building, long vacant, gathers steam

LAURIE SCHREIBER |

A second tenant has signed onto Bangor's historic Nichols Block building and owner-developer Adam Moskovitz says he has other prospects interested in the site.

Millinocket nursing shortfall could result in one-day strike

Nurses at Millinocket Regional Hospital said they might call a one-day strike if contract negotiations break down.

Maine ranks in Top 10 nationally in installed wind energy capacity

STAFF |

Maine ranked 8th nationally in annual installed wind energy capacity in 2016, according to a group of studies released Tuesday by the U.S. Department of Energy.

A college degree for under $10K? One UMaine campus says yes

The University of Maine at Presque Isle will launch a program this fall aimed at helping students earn their degree.

In Bangor, a window of opportunity for the arts

Renee Cordes |

The Bangor Symphony Orchestra will soon have a new home

Job fair at Bangor casino promises signing bonuses for some positions

STAFF |

A restaurant at Hollywood Casino Hotel & Raceway in Bangor will pay signing bonuses for certain positions.

Ashland manufacturer moving red cedar shingle production to British Columbia

Ecoshel, the Ashland-based maker of cedar shingles, plans to move its red cedar shingle production to British Columbia.

PUC approves Poland Spring plan to tap Lincoln's water

The Maine Public Utilities Commission has agreed to Poland Spring owner Nestlé's plan to draw up to 172 million gallons of water per year from Lincoln Water District's Well No. 4.

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