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Broker oversees sale of historic Portland building designed by his great-great-grandfather

The $2.1 million sale of 22 Monument Square, a 22,932-square-foot Class B office building in Portland's Arts District, involves a historic 1913 building was designed by Portland architect John Calvin...

Money Magazine: South Portland is best place to live in Maine

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South Portland is the best place to live in Maine, according to Money Magazine's latest national scorecard.

Rockland stitcher finds unique niche with antique sewing machines

Griffen Cooper’s Chainstitch Repair Co. in Rockland has a unique business niche: using antique sewing machines.

Former mill site in Augusta: A blank slate waiting for developer to make something happen

Maureen Milliken |

The 17-acre site that for 150 years housed paper mills on the east bank of the Kennebec River in Augusta has an eye-catching view of downtown and the State House downstream, is close to Route 3 and...

Hyperlite Mountain Gear raises $1.1M in early stage venture capital

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Hyperlite Mountain Gear, the Biddeford-based manufacturer of 100% USA-made ultralight outdoor equipment, announced it has completed a $1.1 million early series round of financing.

Boston is only New England site to make Amazon’s top 20

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Scarborough Downs and Brunswick Landing are officially out as possible sites for Amazon's second headquarters.

New Bath trail along Kennebec River to foster waterfront development

The City of Bath plans to start construction this spring of a $1.8 million half-mile walking trail along the Kennebec River.

Southport Boats move helping to fill former Associated Grocers of Maine warehouse

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Southport Boats' lease of 70,056 square feet in a Gardiner warehouse once owned by Associated Grocers of Maine has helped to nearly fill the sprawling space on River Avenue. The move into the...

Damariscotta project, stalled by moratorium, moving ahead for a groundbreaking in spring

MAUREEN MILLIKEN |

Ground will likely be broken on a 30,000-square-foot three-building mixed-use commercial project on Main Street in Damariscotta this spring that had been stalled due to a temporary moratorium...

Verso looking at options that include 'potential sale or merger'

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Verso Corp. (NYSE: VRS), which employs 400 at its Androscoggin Mill in Jay, announced Tuesday that a “strategic alternatives committee” created last fall would expand “its...

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