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First part of EMMC's $305M expansion to open next year

The first phase of a $305 million expansion project at Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor is expected to open by the end of March 2016, the Bangor Daily News reported Monday.

Husson raising funds for business school building, financial aid

Husson University in Bangor announced Saturday the launch of the public portion of a capital campaign to raise $30 million to increase scholarships, grow the university's endowment and construct a...

Tyler Technologies announces $670M bid to acquire New World Systems

James McCarthy |

Tyler Technologies Inc., a Plano, Texas-based public sector software developer with 540 employees at three locations in Maine, announced Thursday it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire the...

Bangor organization that provides loans to underserved populations awarded SBA grant

The U.S. Small Business Administration awarded $73,000 in grant funding to a Bangor community finance institution that provides credit and services to low-income Mainers, U.S. Sens. Susan Collins and...

Increased airport use signals improved economy

Passenger counts are up at Maine’s two largest airports, a sign of better economic times.

Maine entities get $284K in federal energy funds

Maine was among 11 states getting part of the $5 million from the U.S. Department of Energy’s State Energy Program grants, which were announced Sept. 15.

GE to move Maine jobs overseas

General Electric plans to move approximately 500 jobs from Maine, Texas, South Carolina and New York to France, Hungary and China.

Maine-based S.W.Cole expands into Vermont

Bangor-based S.W.Cole Engineering Inc. has acquired the construction materials testing division of EIV Technical Services, a Vermont-based firm that provides services including civil engineering,...

State to assist 22 laid-off Lincoln millworkers

A Maine Department of Labor "Rapid Response" team is heading today to Lincoln to assist 22 Lincoln Paper and Tissue LLC workers laid off last week in conjunction with the...

Hannaford pledges $400K to help Maine children

Hannaford Supermarkets has made a $400,000 pledge to help low-income children in Maine gain access to summer camp as well as nutritious food and youth development programs.