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Investor seeks 'other users' for shuttered GNP mill

The California investor that bought the shuttered Great Northern paper mill in East Millinocket for $5.4 million no longer is marketing the facility to newsprint manufacturers and is...

Argo Marketing faces lawsuit from ex-workers

Lewiston-based Argo Marketing Group is facing a lawsuit from six former workers over allegations that they weren’t paid for overtime.The...

Fitness center in Brewer to liquidate assets

A Snap Fitness franchise in Brewer has filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy more than a year after it was listed for sale.The...

Nonprofit buys former Elizabeth Arden spa

A nonprofit supporting combat-wounded veterans has purchased the former estate of beauty magnate Elizabeth Arden, who was once one of the wealthiest women in the world.

Maine housing projects get $1M in grants

Five affordable housing initiatives in Maine are receiving a total of more than $1 million in grants from a national nonprofit that was established by Congress.

Flagship closes second theater in six months

Flagship Cinemas has closed its second theater within six months, this time in Lewiston.The

Feds give $2.5M to Maine housing authorities

The Maine State Housing Authority is receiving the majority of a more than $2.5 million grant from the federal government to help residents obtain affordable housing.

Isleboro to vote on borrowing $3M for broadband

Voters in Isleboro will consider at their May 9 annual town meeting borrowing $3 million to build a broadband Internet network, according to

Whitney nominated to lead MTI

Brian Whitney has been nominated by Gov. Paul LePage to serve as the Maine Technology Institute’s next president, six months after the previous leader’s...

Greater Portland's push to improve the health informatics field has high stakes

Dylan Martin |

Health informatics. It's not the most straight-forward term, but once you learn that it means the development, analysis and distribution of health information to help patients, it's easy...