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Tax break approved for Augusta aviation firm

The Augusta City Council has approved a tax break that will help Maine Instrument Flight build a new hangar to accommodate more space for customers.

Seattle real estate group buys dialysis center buildings in Augusta, Auburn

Dylan Martin |

A Seattle-based real estate group has purchased office buildings in Augusta and Auburn that contain kidney dialysis centers that are run by a German health care company. The...

Camden National to buy Bank of Maine

Dylan Martin |

The parent company of Camden National Bank has reached an agreement to buy the Bank of Maine in a deal that could make it the state's largest Maine-based bank.

Ex-Augusta mayor sues Mattson, firms for $900K

Former Augusta Mayor William E. Dowling is seeking an almost $900,000 lien against Kevin Mattson and his firms seeking back wages, unused vacation and sick pay, loan repayment and...

Harvard Pilgrim awarded $500K to MaineHealth for childhood obesity prevention

Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Foundation awarded MaineHealth $500,000 for its Let’s Go! childhood obesity prevention program last year.

Elevation Burger to open third Maine store

Elevation Burger is planning to open a new franchise store in Augusta, making it the national organic restaurant chain’s third location in Maine.

New life for old buildings: In Augusta, developers convert old schools to senior housing

Douglas Rooks |

Providing appropriate housing for seniors and low-income families has become an even more difficult challenge for Maine towns and cities. Aging housing stock matched with a steep decline...

6 Maine hospitals face penalties for complications

Six Maine hospitals are facing penalties in the form of reduced payments from the federal Medicare program, stemming from a high rate of complications and infections.

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