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Old Town workers denied federal funds

U.S. Sens. Angus King and Susan Collins have pledged to find alternative federal assistance for about 180 workers at Old Town Fuel and Fiber who were laid off when the pulp mill closed in...

Trade deal could boost Maine economy

A free-trade agreement being negotiated between the United States and European Union could substantially increase the number of Maine jobs and exports over the next 13...

LOOKBACK: Celebrating Mainebiz's 20th anniversary

Lori Valigra |

In this shortened work week leading up to Mainebiz’s 20th anniversary edition on Sept. 8, we’ve run a series of articles in our Daily electronic edition that shared...

LOOKBACK: Celebrating Mainebiz's 20th anniversary

Lori Valigra |

Moving forward in our LOOKBACK series run-up to Mainebiz’s 20th anniversary edition on Sept. 8, at...

LOOKBACK: Celebrating Mainebiz's 20th anniversary

Lori Valigra |

In this shortened work week leading up to Mainebiz’s 20th anniversary edition on Sept. 8, we will run an online feature in our Daily electronic edition to share what we...

Groups divided over Searsport dredging project

A proposed dredging project in Searsport, the second-largest port in Maine, could have a great economic benefit for a larger Maine region, but could also have an environmental...

Two firms purchase lots in Gardiner business park

Gardiner’s City Council has approved two real estate purchase-and-sale agreements on three commercial lots at the Libby Hill Business Park, located at Interstate 295’s Exit 49...

New bridge links Fort Kent and New Brunswick

The new $13.9 million Clair-Fort Kent International Bridge has opened, with officials from both Maine and New Brunswick describing it as an important link for economic opportunity between...

Waterville group seeks expanded foreign trade zone

The Central Maine Growth Council, an economic development organization in Waterville, is seeking to expand the city's foreign trade zone to help Maine companies compete in a global...

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