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CourseStorm raises $760K, sees fast growth in education software

Lori Valigra |

CourseStorm Inc., an Orono-based company that provides cloud-based software to help informal educational programs like after-school learning, adult education and workforce development, has raised a...

Health Access Network employee fired over data breach

An employee has been fired from Health Access Network after she improperly accessed clinical data for less than 500 of the federally funded community health center's 17,000 patients.

Cumberland County Glass acquired by Texas firm

Staff |

Bowdoinham-based commercial glass installer Cumberland County Glass has been acquired by a Texas company that wants to expand its presence in New England.

Expansive shopping plaza gets OK in Westbrook

A 500,000-square-foot shopping center is coming to Westbrook after city officials unanimously approved the redevelopment of an 80-acre parcel at the intersection of Main Street and Larrabee Road.

Hydro dams implicated in large-scale fish kills

Thousands of dead fish have been discovered at two sites in Ellsworth and Brunswick over the past week and conservation groups say they've been asking state and federal agencies as well as a dam...

Average winter still brings higher gas prices, demand

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The U.S. Energy Information Office released its Winter Energy Outlook for the upcoming season, and despite its prediction of an average winter this year, the organization says consumers will be using...

Developer looks to add 108 apartments to Westbrook subdivision

The Scarborough-based construction firm Risbara Bros. has set its sights on building nine new apartment buildings at the Blue Spruce Farm subdivision in Westbrook.

Waterville downtown revitalization to get $20M 'jump start'

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Downtown revitalization in Waterville came out big on Tuesday night when the Harold Alfond Foundation and Colby College announced an additional $20 million toward the ongoing revitalization efforts...

Teens allegedly cause $217K of damage to vacant Presque Isle eatery

Kids just being kids? Not quite, as five teenagers are now facing felony charges for causing an estimated $217,000 worth of damage to the vacant Crow's Nest restaurant and events center in Presque...

Residents concerned about Alton landfill expansion

Engineers from Casella Waste Systems are speaking before the Maine Board of Environmental Protection at a two-day public hearing to provide studies to support an expansion that would nearly double...