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C&L Aerospace's $5M Bangor expansion will mean more jobs

C&L Aerospace, a global aviation services company, is celebrating the completion of its new $5 million headquarters expansion in Bangor, paving the way for more jobs and...

Nova Star has another slow month

The Nova Star ferry that travels between Portland and Nova Scotia experienced its second slow month in a row, with June passenger rates only slight increasing over May.

Downeaster chief stands by train depot plan

Despite opposition coming from Gov. Paul LePage, a neighborhood group and now six Democratic lawmakers, the chief executive of the Amtrak Downeaster’s operator said she is...

Democrats question Downeaster’s train depot location

Six Democratic legislators have joined Gov. Paul LePage, residents and others in questioning the planned location of the Amtrak Downeaster’s train layover facility in...

Court strips permit from Downeaster layover facility

The Amtrak Downeaster's proposed train layover facility in Brunswick received a setback last week when a superior court justice nullified its stormwater management permit.

Uber ride service testing Portland market

Portland taxi industry, take notice. Uber, a venture-backed startup that provides smartphone app-based ride services in 140 cities, is testing the Portland market for a possible...

Sale of MMA railway moving forward

The sale of the embattled Montreal, Maine and Atlantic Railway can move forward after Canadian regulators approved the application for its buyer.

Maine airports get $450K in federal grants

Airports in northern and western Maine are receiving a total of $450,000 in federal grants, U.S. Sens. Angus King and Susan Collins announced on Tuesday.

Taxi service faces fines, suspension after harassment complaint

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A Gorham-based taxi company is facing possible suspension of its license and $500 in fines from the city of Portland over a harassment allegation that erupted over social media last...

Nova Star ferry has slow start

The Nova Star ferry that travels between Portland and Nova Scotia has gotten off to a slow start for its inaugural season, but passenger traffic is starting to increase.

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