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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.

Cross Insurance buys large Mass. firm

Cross Insurance in Bangor has acquired a Massachusetts firm that it said was one of the largest independent insurance providers in New England.

Foreign trade zones expand in Bangor, Waterville

The U.S. Department of Commerce has recently approved the expansion of foreign trade zones in Bangor and Waterville, allowing companies in surrounding companies to...

Maine slot machine gambling revenue declines

Hollywood Casino in Bangor and Oxford Casino both saw a drop in slot machine gambling revenue in 2014, which the state gambling control board attributed to a decrease in...

Spectrum Medical names full-time leader

Spectrum Medical Group, the largest independent medical practice in Maine, has named Dr. Daniel Landry as its full-time president and board chairman.

Suffolk Downs sues Maine off-track betting parlors

The owner of Suffolk Downs, an East Boston race track, is suing the owners of off-track betting parlors in Scarborough and Sanford alleging they owe more than $400,000 for unpaid bets, commissions...

Investor seeks 'other users' for shuttered GNP mill

The California investor that bought the shuttered Great Northern paper mill in East Millinocket for $5.4 million no longer is marketing the facility to newsprint manufacturers and is...

Maine companies get $20.2M in defense contracts

Four Maine companies have recently received a total of $20.2 million in defense contracts, according to the

Fitness center in Brewer to liquidate assets

A Snap Fitness franchise in Brewer has filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy more than a year after it was listed for sale.The...

FairPoint, unions near deal

FairPoint Communications and two unions have reached a tentative agreement on a new contract that could end a four-month strike and bring employees back to work.

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