Browse by

A rare find in Portland area's tight industrial market


The $2.015 million sale of an industrial building is an increasingly rare occurrence for the Portland area, where a tight industrial market is driving investors to localities further afield.

DeLorme-Garmin deal: Store to close, future of Gazetteer still unknown

More details have emerged about the sale of the iconic Maine navigational company DeLorme to the Swiss-based Garmin that was announced on Thursday.

Auburn Manufacturing: Innovation on fire

Laurie Schreiber |

Auburn Manufacturing, a 50-employee business founded in 1979, develops, manufactures and markets textile products for extreme-temperature industrial applications, has established a renewed drive to...

Disappointment over federal response to North Woods project

The Maine congressional delegation says that it's disappointed with the response they received from the National Park Service following a letter that was penned to President Obama about the...

No bull here: ImmuCell moves ahead with expansion plans

A Portland-based animal health products manufacturer is moving ahead with expansion plans for production after it closed a public offering of 1.1 million shares to raise $5.3 million to fund the...

Expedited hearing sought for sale of Lincoln mill's IP rights

The attorneys of Lincoln Paper and Tissue LLC filed a notice of private sale and expedited hearing motion with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Portland, a motion that would allow the paper and tissue...

Ellsworth seeks community feedback on planning issues

Ellsworth's Planning Department is launching a program giving community members a chance to give feedback on planning-related issues that fall outside the scope of the Planning Board review process.

New uses studied for former Bar Harbor ferry terminal

Plans continue for the conversion of the idle international ferry terminal property in Bar Harbor for cruise ship use, the Mount Desert Islander reported.

Bill meant to boost FAME's business investments receives bipartisan support

A bill meant to attract investments to the state by large businesses received unanimous bipartisan support from members of the Legislature's Labor, Commerce, Research and Economic Development...

Slow development, new wastewater plant drive steep rate hike

Ellsworth city sewer customers will see an increase in their bills starting in April as the construction of a new $21 million wastewater plant and lower development numbers have caused the Ellsworth...