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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.

Downeaster to add Kennebunk stop

The operator of the Amtrak Downeaster is planning to add a seasonal stop in Kennebunk, which is expected to boost the town’s tourism efforts.

C&L Aerospace continues Bangor expansion

C&L Aerospace, a global aviation services company in Bangor, recently opened its newly renovated aircraft painting facility, which will allow the company to hire 20 more...

Florida co. acquires Limington manufacturer

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Aerox, a Limington-based manufacturer of aviation oxygen systems, is expected to grow within the next few years after its recent acquisition by a company in Florida.

Nova Star gets subsidies, but more scrutiny

The Nova Star Cruises ferry has received an extra $4.4 million from Nova Scotia’s government to pay overdue bills, but it’s still uncertain if service will continue next...

Uber begins ride service in Portland

Uber, a San Francisco-based startup that provides smartphone app-based ride services in around 140 cities, has officially started service in Portland.

Re-opened rail site expected to boost L-A economy

The re-opening of a railroad site in Auburn will open up more than 400 acres for industrial development, a move local and state officials say could lure businesses with rail...

Biddeford firm wins $10 million Navy contract

Oak Point Associates, a Biddeford architectural, engineering and design firm, signed a $10 million Navy contract on Wednesday to design and engineer improvements at Navy facilities along...

Three Maine airports get nearly $8.9M in grants

Brunswick Executive Airport and two other Maine airports are receiving nearly $8.9 million in grants from the Federal Aviation Administration for various improvements.

Nova Star finds winter route to aid next season

The Nova Star ferry will stay open this winter after finding a winter route that will generate revenue and help the vessel return for a second season next year.

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