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Travel writer weighs in on Portland vs. Portland

Portland vs. Portland: SmarterTravel tries to compare the two oft-confused locations known for their craft breweries and cultural similarities.

Redzone, Maine Fiber team up to expand 'last mile' internet service

Redzone Wireless moved closer to its goal of covering 90% of the state's population with wireless internet service in March via a new contract with Maine Fiber Co.

Maine Food Network Gathering sets 2017 priorities

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To assure the state sets priorities for food partnerships and food security for next year and beyond, 150 people attended the Maine Food Network Gathering in Orono to discuss broad-scope issues...

Eaton Peabody law firm on the move in Portland


The law firm of Eaton Peabody is moving into larger space at 100 Middle St. in Portland during the first quarter of 2017, a move prompted by the growth of its Portland office.

How Maine could be affected if Trump cuts funds for climate research

President-elect Donald Trump's vow to scale back research funding for some NASA programs could adversely impact some key Maine institutions, including the University of Maine, the Gulf of Maine...

Portland Buy Local hires first executive director

Portland Buy Local, which was started a decade ago to represent independent businesses, has selected Jenn Thompson as its first executive director.

FairPoint investigation expanded

The Maine Public Utilities Commission is expanding its investigation of FairPoint Communications Inc. for failing to meet minimum service standards for landline customers, agreeing Tuesday to extend...

Camden National beefs up fraud protection, adds 24-hour customer service

Camden National Bank, the largest bank based in Maine, said Tuesday it has fortified its cyber-security and added 24-hour customer service.

Stein of the times: Geary sales slip in brew boom

The growth of the craft beer market has caused a slide in production and sales for D.L. Geary Brewing Co., Portland’s first craft brewer.

FAME financing boosts Thompson's Point project

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The Finance Authority of Maine has approved a $500,000 direct loan to Forefront Brick South LLC to help finance property improvements and working capital related to the redevelopment of a vacant...