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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...

South Portland may sell ex-National Guard post

South Portland’s former National Guard armory, once sought as a top destination for filmmakers, may be turned into a convenience store, cafe and gas station if a sale goes...

Grocer buys well-known Scarborough eatery

The Dunstan School Restaurant, a former schoolhouse that is highly visible on Route 1 in Scarborough, will be converted into a natural foods grocer after having been sold...

Yelp: Portland No. 1 for local holiday shopping

Portland is the No. 1 city in the country for local holiday shopping, according to an analysis by business reviews website Yelp.

Two retailers coming to Bangor in $11M plan

A developer is planning to invest $11 million to bring BJ's Wholesale Club and another retailer to a former Home Depot location in Bangor that has been vacant for about six...

Boothbay Harbor shipyard lands $6M contract

The Boothbay Harbor Shipyard has landed a $6 million contract with the state of Massachusetts to restore a 120-year-old schooner.

Sale of Old Town mill moves forward

The proposed $10.5 million sale of the Old Town pulp mill cleared one obstacle this week in a move that could reopen the facility and restore about 180 jobs. But the mill's...

Gorham startup seeks to preserve family memories through digital archive system

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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...

Old Town plan could call for anchor retailer

A master plan for redevelopment of Old Town’s downtown could call for a major retailer like Trader Joe’s or L.L.Bean to move in and spur economic activity...

Portland waterfront plan raises concerns

Some residents are expressing concerns over a developer’s proposal to construct buildings as tall as 65 feet in a Portland waterfront property sought for...

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