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Owner to sell 106-year-old, family-run Bangor business to employees

Dylan Martin |

Ron Dennis, president of Bangor-based Dennis Paper and Food Service, wanted to keep his 106-year-old family business locally owned and independent. He had some other options come up...

Two retailers coming to Bangor in $11M plan

A developer is planning to invest $11 million to bring BJ's Wholesale Club and another retailer to a former Home Depot location in Bangor that has been vacant for about six...

Feds close cod fishing in Gulf of Maine

Large areas of the Gulf of Maine will be closed to cod fishing, federal regulators announced on Monday. The closures, due to take effect later this week, are in response to continuing...

Bangor Daily News to purchase metro magazine

The Bangor Daily News said it plans to...

Nova Star Cruises competitor to send proposal

By the time cruise season begins next year, a group of businessmen hope to have its Maine-Nova Scotia ferry service running in the place of Nova Star Cruises.

Top Gun to award $10K at pitch showcase

The Top Gun entrepreneurship acceleration program will offer a $10,000 cash prize to the winning entrepreneur of next year’s pitch event, the organizers announced...

C&L Aerospace continues Bangor expansion

C&L Aerospace, a global aviation services company in Bangor, recently opened its newly renovated aircraft painting facility, which will allow the company to hire 20 more...

Old Town workers denied federal funds

U.S. Sens. Angus King and Susan Collins have pledged to find alternative federal assistance for about 180 workers at Old Town Fuel and Fiber who were laid off when the pulp mill closed in...

PUC Chairman Tom Welch to retire early

Tom Welch, chairman of the Maine Public Utilities Commission, announced Wednesday that he plans to retire Dec. 31, which is two years before his term was set to expire in 2017.

New structure, final job cuts set by EMHS

Eastern Maine Healthcare Systems said Wednesday that it has finalized the new structure for its information systems department as well as employee cuts in an effort to decrease costs by...

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