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Thompson's Point in Portland secures app and Web developer as first office tenant

Dylan Martin |

Adding to its growing and diverse base of tenants, the owners of the 30-acre Thompson's Point redevelopment project in Portland have signed its first office tenant.

Multi-million-dollar pipeline fight likely heading to court

A U.S. District Court judge in Bangor has rejected a motion for summary judgment in the court case involving claims between Summit Natural Gas of Maine Inc. and Schmid Pipeline Construction Inc.,...

Sugarloaf to spend $1.3 million on lift upgrades

Sugarloaf will install a new, state-of-the-art terminal at the bottom of the King Pine chairlift this summer, part of more than $1.3 million in upgrades to the resort's lift infrastructure, the...

Hotel construction begins near Oxford Casino

Construction of a 93-room Hampton Inn has begun on the site across from the Oxford Casino on Route 26 in Oxford.

Maine slides to 48th in construction job growth

Employment statistics from Associated General Contractors America rank Maine 48th in the country for construction job growth, based on 700 fewer construction workers being employed at Maine companies...

N.E. now included in UK's GREAT Tech Awards

Lori Valigra |

The United Kingdom has expanded its GREAT Tech Awards this year to include New...

$85M Bayside project in Portland hits new snag

The developer behind the $85 million “midtown” project in Portland has threatened to sue the city after city officials said it required approval once again.

Local developer opens executive office suites in historic Portland building

Dylan Martin |

Four months after buying a historic downtown building in Portland, a group led by a local developer has opened a new set of executive office suites on the building's third floor.

Maine trails Northeast in home sales growth

Sales of existing single-family homes in Maine saw a minor increase in May, trailing behind the increase in overall sales for the Northeast.

Portland flooring contractor to repay $52,000 in back wages to employees

Portland-based flooring contractor Paul G. White Tile Co. has agreed to pay $52,000 in back wages to 42 employees after making what is being called a “common wage violation.”

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