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Federal judge orders Mallinckrodt to pay for mercury cleanup plan

A federal judge Wednesday ordered Mallinckrodt Manufacturing Co. to pay to develop a detailed cleanup plan for mercury in the Penobscot River in what could potentially become one of the largest and...

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...

Brunswick hotel data breach may have exposed 2,600 credit cards

Credit card information on up to 2,600 guests at the Brunswick Hotel and Tavern between November 2014 and July 2015 may have been exposed by malware on a computer.

Brunswick hotel data breach may have exposed 2,600 credit cards

Credit card information on up to 2,600 guests at the Brunswick Hotel and Tavern between November 2014 and July 2015 may have been exposed by malware on a computer.

Verrill Dana sets up craft beverage, Arctic practice groups

Lori Valigra |

Portland law firm Verrill Dana recently set up a craft beverage industry group with eight attorneys and soon plans to announce another group with 12 attorneys focused on increasing North Atlantic and...

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...

Lincoln mill to lay off up to 25 workers

Lincoln Paper and Tissue LLC plans to indefinitely lay off 20 to 25 workers and halt one of its three tissue-making machines, casting an even larger shadow on Maine's paper industry.

Stantec to expand Maine footprint with new acquisition

Dylan Martin |

Engineering and architecture firm Stantec plans to expand its footprint in the state, once again, with an acquisition of a company that has employees in southern Maine.

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