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DeLorme scores important court victory

DeLorme Publishing, the Yarmouth-based company that makes the Maine Atlas and Gazetteer, scored an important court victory this week in a patent infringement lawsuit, but its legal...

Gorham startup seeks to preserve family memories through digital archive system

Dylan Martin |

It was in January 2012 when Pamela Castrucci, an assistant vice president and managing counsel at Unum, learned that her friend’s 7-year-old son lost his last chance of...

State official hints at possible sale of Old Town mill

A senior forest products adviser at the Maine Department of Economic and Community Development is reporting that a buyer has been found for the Old Town Fuel and Fiber mill that closed...

Towns eye tax relief due to revaluations of mills

Madison selectmen have scheduled a meeting on Nov. 24 with Skowhegan selectmen to discuss the possibility of pursuing legislation seeking tax relief from the state to help both...

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...

DEP delays Downeaster permit meeting

The proposed Amtrak Downeaster layover facility in Brunswick faces yet another delay by the Maine Department of Environmental Protection, this time a postponement of...

SymQuest to double Maine workforce by 2017

SymQuest, a managed IT services company, said its move from Auburn into the Bates Mill in Lewiston will enable the company to double its Maine workforce to 70 employees by...

Montreal tech company to open Maine office

Road King Technologies Inc., a Montreal-based company that develops fleet management systems for ready-mix concrete trucks, is opening its U.S. corporate headquarters in...

Bookkeeper pleads guilty to embezzlement

A New Hampshire woman has pleaded guilty to two charges after embezzling more than $740,000 from Norway-based Grover Gundrilling Inc., her former employer.

Well-known economist leaving Maine

Charlie Colgan, a well-known economist who had served on the state’s economic forecasting panel for nearly two decades, is leaving Maine after losing his faculty position at...

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