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Officials look into connector to ease Brunswick Landing congestion

The popularity of the Brunswick Landing business campus has town officials looking for ways to alleviate traffic woes that one board member said are worse than when the Navy base was still open on...

Seven-unit condo project gets green light for Portland’s East End

A two-family home in Portland’s Munjoy Hill neighborhood will be demolished to make way for a seven-unit energy efficient condominium.

Area businesses, skiers to buy Saddleback Mountain ski resort

The Saddleback Mountain Foundation, the Trust for Public Land and the New England Forestry Foundation say that they've reached verbal agreements to purchase both the core ski area and the surrounding...

Scarborough bids adieu to Tim Hortons, hello to Holy Donut

The Holy Donut is expanding its retail location footprint outside of Portland for the first time since its founding in 2012, as a former Tim Hortons on Route 1 in Scarborough will be home to the...

Renewable energy projects land $427K in federal grants

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The renewable energy and efficiency projects of six rural Maine businesses and farms came out on the winning end of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Rural Energy for America Program with...

Green Clean moves from leased space to new $425K Portland HQ

Laurie Schreiber |

PORTLAND — A gung-ho cleaning service, Green Clean Maine, has been skyrocketing since its founding in 2007. That's why founder and CEO Joe Walsh decided to buy larger quarters to house the...

UMaine trustees launch initiative to create $150M graduate center

James McCarthy |

The University of Maine System's trustees in a special meeting on Sunday unanimously approved the first phase of a $15 million fund-raising effort for an ambitious $150 million plan to create a new...

Lincoln Street Center interested in buying McLain School

The owner of Lincoln Street Center, a former school that has found a new lease on life as a Rockland-based arts center, has expressed interest in purchasing yet another school property in the city.

Portland landlord found not guilty of manslaughter from Noyes Street fire

Portland landlord Gregory Nisbet was found not guilty on all counts of manslaughter stemming from the deaths of six people in Maine’s worst fire in decades.

It’s aquaculture vs. aviation for Trenton aquaculture site

Bird strikes might seem like a strange worry for a potential aquaculture site in Trenton, but that’s exactly what was on the minds of many of the 40 attendees at a public hearing for a proposed...