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'Queen City' among '24 coolest towns in the U.S.'

Matador Network, the world's largest independent travel publisher, ranks Bangor among “the 24 coolest towns in the United States.”

Husson, Maine Law sign agreement to expedite student admissions

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Husson University's College of Business has signed a 3+3 articulation agreement with the University of Maine School of Law that would enable its students who study for three years at Husson to apply...

Bangor fusion restaurant closes

A restaurant that has been a fixture of downtown Bangor for nearly 18 years has closed.

After conversion to luxury lofts, downtown Bangor building sells for $3.1 million

Laurie Schreiber |

The $3.125 million sale of a luxury apartment building at 28 Broad St. in downtown Bangor is considered a tone-setter for what residential real estate in that area is worth today, said Michael Cobb...

Infinity FCU plans Portland branch

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Infinity Federal Credit Union plans to break ground today on a Portland location, responding to customer feedback.

Bangor startup applies new 3-D technology to accelerate the shoe-making process

Lori Valigra |

Bangor startup L&K Manufacturing, doing business as Cobbler Technologies, has found that sport shoe makers around the globe are looking for ways to make shoe soles cheaper, faster. That's where 3-D...

Diversified Communications to sell TV stations to Gray Television

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Diversified Communications in Portland announced Thursday the planned divestiture of its television stations WABI in Bangor and WCJB in Gainesville, Fla., to Gray Television Inc. pending FCC approval.

Bangor airport makes $34K emergency computer upgrade

Bangor International Airport recently made an emergency $34,540 purchase of three new computers for its 10-year-old computer system that controls more than 1,000 airfield lights.

Emera Maine net income up slightly in 2016

Emera (TSX: EMA), the Halifax, Nova Scotia parent company of Emera Maine, reported net income for the fourth quarter ended Dec.31 was $70 million, compared to $192 million in the fourth quarter of...

Blizzard slows but doesn't stop Maine businesses

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Many businesses, colleges, state and local offices and bus services were shut down Monday from the blizzard that dropped more than a foot-and-a-half of snow in most areas. The Portland International...

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