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Legislation looks to lift regulations on Cuba-bound flights

Staff |

On Wednesday, Maine's U.S. Reps. Bruce Poliquin and Chellie Pingree introduced legislation in Washington that would update regulations that have restricted European charter flights bound for Cuba...

Lincoln mill equipment sold at auction headed out of the country

A group of former Lincoln Paper and Tissue LLC employees have hit a roadblock in their plan to resume production at the shuttered mill, with two papermaking machines and one tissue-making machine and...

Another brewery in Maine will be downtown Bangor’s first

Bangor’s downtown district will be opening its first brewery early this fall, as couple Cory and Nok-Noi Ricker have announced plans for a new microbrewery, 2 Feet Brewing, to open at 80...

On the record: Tanya Emery, director of the Bangor Community and Economic Development Department

Laurie Schreiber |

Emery has had a key role in the city's recent development. She was instrumental in the deal to bring discounter Wayfair (and 450 jobs) to the former L.L.Bean call center, as well as several downtown...

Massimo’s Italian offerings expand with pizza bar

The owners of the Bangor-based Massimo’s Breads and the now-closed Massimo’s Cucina Italiana have expanded their roster of Italian cuisine on Monday with the opening of Massimo’s...

Coffeehouse wants to be the 'Cheers' for the caffeine-minded

Monday marks the official grand opening of the Bangor-based West Market Square Artisan Coffeehouse, located in Charles Inn hotel in the city's downtown.

New downtown store caters to Bangor adventurers by land and sea

Bike, kayak and paddleboard rental company Explore Bangor will hold its grand opening last weekend, and the Bangor-based company's owner is bracing for a busy debut.

Bangor nightclub duo invest in Edible Arrangements

An unlikely duo is behind the newest Edible Arrangements franchise location in Maine, as the owners of the Bangor-based Half Acre Nightclub, brothers Matthew and Patrick Brann, have ventured into the...

City extends contract with firm operating Cross Insurance Center

The Bangor City Council voted to extend the city’s contract with Spectra Venue Management, the Philadelphia-based firm that has been operating the Cross Insurance Center since the $65 million...

Waterfront ice rink plans gain support from Bangor officials

The Bangor Rotary Club is gearing up to celebrate its centennial by gifting the city a long-talked-about addition to the Bangor Waterfront — an ice rink and splash pad that would overlook the...

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