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Cutler to oversee new business, law school

The University of Maine System is expected to hire two-time gubernatorial candidate Eliot Cutler to oversee establishment of the Alfond Professional and Graduate Center, a new...

Rural farmers rally behind Internet bill

A bill seeking to expand universal broadband and high-speed Internet into the 6% of the state with spotty or no service has gained support from rural farmers struggling to keep...

As BIW adapts for future, labor unrest boils over

Around 1,000 union workers at Bath Iron Works marched Tuesday in protest of a new policy that previously caused unrest among union workers 15 years ago.

PUC's last Baldacci appointee to stay on

David Littell, the Maine Public Utilities Commission member who cast the dissenting vote in two recent controversial decisions, said he is staying on board after his six-year term...

Owner to sell historic Falmouth market

The Town Landing Market, a historic store in Falmouth that has been featured in commercials and on a magazine cover, is changing ownership next week.

Portland OKs changes for $85M Bayside project

The developer of the $85 million "midtown" project in Portland's Bayside neighborhood has cleared another hurdle with city planners.

Bucksport mill parts sold in auction

Canadian scrap metal company American Iron and Metal continued with its plans to scrap Verso Paper's former mill in Bucksport with an equipment auction this week.

Maine’s income growth lagged national average

The personal income of Mainers is still behind their New England neighbors and the national average, according to newly released federal data.

Entrepreneurs, funders to meet at ‘matchmaking’ event

Top Gun entrepreneurs from 35 companies plan to meet with potential funders from across the state in a "speed dating" type of format this Thursday at the new

Largest Maine-based banks

RankBank, locationAssets/Maine...