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Bar Harbor cabbie indicted in stock scheme

The owner of a Bar Harbor-based business has been indicted for his alleged involvement in a stock manipulation scheme that defrauded investors of hundreds of millions of...

New study says Maine could add up to two more casinos

A study conducted by WhiteSand Gaming, a gaming consulting firm based in Atlantic City, N.J., concludes Maine...

Rockport business owners accused of bilking $5M from company

Two Rockport businesses owners are being accused of bilking nearly $5 million from an international company they previously worked for, according to a new lawsuit.

Ex-investor of Old Town mill found guilty of embezzlement

A founding partner of an investment firm that bought the Old Town mill and later filed for bankruptcy has been found guilty of embezzlement in a separate incident.

Rural Maine faces dearth of lawyers

Maine is facing a shortage of lawyers in its most rural areas, according to a new report commissioned for the Maine Supreme Judicial Court.

Lobster co-op sues feds to recover seized funds

A lobstermen cooperative in South Thomaston is suing the U.S. government in an attempt to recover $70,000 that was seized from a former manager accused of embezzlement.

New Hampshire law firm buys Saco firm

A New Hampshire-based law firm has purchased Smith & Elliott, a Saco-based law firm, as part of a merger that won't impact Smith & Elliott's staff or location, but that will...

Businesses sued for 250-plus alleged labor violations

Two Maine blueberry companies and several housing owners are being sued for more than 250 alleged labor violations against 18 migrant workers.

Ex-restaurateur sentenced for hiring illegal workers

The second member of a family that owns a chain of Asian restaurants in Maine has been sentenced to prison for charges related to hiring and housing undocumented workers.

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