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Downeaster to add Kennebunk stop

The operator of the Amtrak Downeaster is planning to add a seasonal stop in Kennebunk, which is expected to boost the town’s tourism efforts.

Group urges vote on job-creating ballot measure

A coalition of Maine businesses is urging voters to approve ballot question No. 3 on Nov. 4, saying it will continue funding two state loan programs that have created thousands of...

Jay couple seeks partners to redevelop mill

The owners of the Otis Falls Mill in Jay are seeking investors and a developer to help them redevelop the former paper mill, possibly opening it up for use by the movie...

Portland waterfront to be site of New England ocean 'cluster'

James McCarthy |

Patrick Arnold, president of SoliDG Inc., which manages the International Marine Terminal in Portland, and Thor Sigfusson, owner of the Iceland Ocean Cluster, announced today the...

Largest Maine Technology Institute investments

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Chris Thompson moving on Portland waterfront development

Dylan Martin |

Walking around Thompson's Point in Portland on a fall afternoon, it becomes clear that progress is moving forward for the $105 million mixed-use development that aims to transform the...

Feds give $1.2M to boost Maine food production

Organizers running food production efforts across the state are receiving $1.25 million in federal funds, in part to expand access to healthy food in rural areas.

Portland developer partners with State Theatre to develop outdoor concert site

Dylan Martin |

The development of an outdoor concert venue in Portland is moving forward after a local developer signed a long-term agreement with the company that operates the State Theatre.

Portland waterfront plan faces uncertain future

A plan to transform a 10-acre Portland waterfront property into a mixed-use development could be stymied by a preservation group's bid to give the land greater protection.

Maine development organizations to get $1.1M

Two Maine economic development organizations will receive more than $1.1 million in federal funds to help assist local businesses and create new jobs in their regions.

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