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Eight Portland apartment buildings sold for $7M, One Monument Way sold

Laurie Schreiber |

A mechanism to defer capital gains taxes helped clinch the sale of eight apartment buildings in Portland in a $6.965 million deal and led to the sale of a prominent office and retail building in...

UNE professor receives $493,000 in NOAA grants to study fisheries

A University of New England marine sciences professor was recently awarded two federal grants totaling more than $493,000 to fund studies aimed at improving the commercial fishing industry and the...

Saddleback ski resort in 'serious negotiations' with potential buyer

Saddleback Maine announced Thursday that its owners were in negotiations with a prospective buyer for the the Rangeley ski resort and that it may open this season after all.

EPA cites potato processing plant in Belfast over ammonia use

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency cited a Belfast potato processor last week over issues with its use of ammonia, seeking as much as $320,000 in penalties.

Maine farmers market group gets federal grants to expand food stamp access

The Maine Federation of Farmers' Markets will receive two U.S. Department of Agriculture grants totaling more than $348,000 to increase access to Maine farmers markets and to promote them, the...

Daigle Oil transitions to employee-owned company

Daigle Oil Co. in Fort Kent has transitioned from a privately held company to a 100% employee-owned company through an employee stock ownership plan, or ESOP.

Construction to begin soon for apartment complex at Biddeford's Riverdam Mill

Construction will soon be underway to convert two buildings at Biddeford's Riverdam Mill to an 80-unit apartment complex.

Human rights commission rules against Day's Jewelers

The Maine Human Rights Commission ruled that there is reason to believe the owners of Day's Jewelers created a hostile work environment for a Native American employee because of his race, Maine...

Former T-Mobile employee to sue over harassment at Oakland call center

A former employee at the T-Mobile call center in Oakland said she plans to sue the company in federal court for prohibiting her from discussing a sexual harassment complaint she made against a...

Developer proposes new hotel near Portland’s eastern waterfront

A developer is proposing to build a six-story hotel with condos on the top floor near Portland’s eastern waterfront, the Portland Press Herald reported Tuesday.