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Ex-Augusta mayor settles suit against Mattson

Former Augusta Mayor William E. Dowling has ended his lawsuit against developer Kevin Mattson and several firms run by Mattson, though details of the settlement are not being disclosed.

Multi-million-dollar pipeline fight likely heading to court

A U.S. District Court judge in Bangor has rejected a motion for summary judgment in the court case involving claims between Summit Natural Gas of Maine Inc. and Schmid Pipeline Construction Inc.,...

N.E. now included in UK's GREAT Tech Awards

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The United Kingdom has expanded its GREAT Tech Awards this year to include New...

Jury awards $1M to Kate's Homemade Butter

A jury has awarded more than $1 million in damages to to the owners of Kate's Homemade Butter, a well-known butter producer now based in Arundel, in its lawsuit against a Rhode Island company.

Lewiston car dealer indicted for forgery, theft

The owner of U Turn Auto Sales in Lewiston has been indicted by a grand jury after several customers complained last year that their cars were being repossessed for no reason.

Falmouth businessman gets jail time for tax fraud

A Falmouth businessman who led a now-defunct poker chip manufacturer has been sentenced to 10 months in jail for tax evasion.The...

Ex-Camden charity head pleads guilty in fraud case

Rockport businessman Russell "Rusty" Brace has pleaded guilty to three felony counts related to his $4.6 million embezzlement from the Midcoast charity he led for 17...

Ex-Camden charity official to enter guilty plea

Russell "Rusty" Brace is expected to plead guilty to federal fraud charges this month after being accused of stealing more than $4.6 million from the Midcoast charity he...

Cate Street appeals $9M order over gas contract

Cate Street Capital, the former owner of the now-closed Great Northern Paper mill, is seeking to overturn an arbitrator’s order to pay $9 million to a Boston-based company...

BIW reaches settlement for discrimination lawsuit

Bath Iron Works has reached a settlement with a former worker who sued the shipyard over allegations that it was enabling an "anti-Muslim culture."

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