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Gardiner to get Craft Beer Cellar franchise store

A new Craft Beer Cellar franchise plans to open in Gardiner this month a few doors down from Frosty's Donuts on Water Street.

Passamaquoddy Tribe signs letter of intent for marijuana cultivation facility

The Passamaquoddy Tribe and Monarch America Inc. signed a letter of intent Tuesday for the design, construction and development of a proposed state-of-the-art marijuana cultivation facility.

Verrill Dana sets up craft beverage, Arctic practice groups

Lori Valigra |

Portland law firm Verrill Dana recently set up a craft beverage industry group with eight attorneys and soon plans to announce another group with 12 attorneys focused on increasing North Atlantic and...

5-story building eyed for El Rayo's Portland site

J.B. Brown & Sons is proposing to build a five-story apartment building with commercial space in Portland at the current site of El Rayo Taqueria's downtown location.

Waterville developer to buy Belfast school

The developer of a Waterville mill project is in line to buy the long-vacant Crosby School in downtown Belfast and likely convert it into housing.

Ex-construction manager charged with embezzling

A former employee of Portland-based Stanford Management is being accused by the U.S. government of embezzling federal funds intended for affordable housing projects in Maine.

Greene contractor held in contempt for OSHA violations

The owner of Lessard Bros. Construction in Greene is being held in contempt of court for not paying a $405,000 fine and failing to correct federal safety violations.

First drawings unveiled for Portland Co. project

Developer CBP2 has revealed the first renderings of its proposed redevelopment of the Portland Co. complex, showing just a glimpse of the retail, office and residential activity planned there.

Proposed Brunswick train depot moving ahead

The operator of the Amtrak Downeaster said it is moving forward with the construction of its long-proposed layover facility in Brunswick, despite a new appeal filed by its largest opponent.

Maine home sales increase in July

Single-family existing home sales in Maine increased in July by 20% over the same month last year while the median sales price increased by a smaller percentage.

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