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Small-business incubator established in Waldoboro

A small-business development space called BugTussle Brooder has been established at the former Fieldcrest Manor Nursing Home in Waldoboro.

Immigrant-welcoming food market proposed in Augusta

A group of organizers is proposing to build a food market in downtown Augusta as a welcome center for immigrants.

Portland's rezoning of Camelot Farm allows more homes to be built ... unless it's overturned

A proposed single-home subdivision for Camelot Farm in Portland's Stroudwater neighborhood gained City Council approval for a zoning change that will allow the developers to build 95 homes there...

Historic landmark in Biddeford changes hands in competitive 'sellers market'

Laurie Schreiber |

The Smith Building, a historic landmark in this Biddeford, went on the market in early January, garnered 15 showings and was purchased by a Boston real estate investor for $850,000 in early June.

Catalyst Paper’s project would support 62 new jobs at Rumford mill

British Columbia-based Catalyst Paper Corp. projects that a $56 million investment in a tissue-making machine at its Rumford mill would support 62 full-time jobs.

Bridgton Hospital named one of nation’s ‘Top Critical Access Hospitals to Know’

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Central Maine Healthcare’s Bridgton Hospital has been named one of the country’s “62 Critical Access Hospitals to Know in 2017” by Becker’s Hospital Review.

Saco Island targeted for $40 million development

Developer Bernie Saulnier is putting together a $40 million mixed-use project for the east side of Saco Island, but city officials are advising him to seek community input before submitting plans.

Site work begins on Hampden waste-to-energy plant

The Sargent Corp. began site work on Fiberight’s new $69 million waste-to-energy plant in Hampden.

Bridgton native Justin McIver: A builder who's making a difference in his hometown

Lori Valigra |

Justin McIver, a Bridgton native, says his hometown is on the verge of a boom, and he wants to be a key part of it.

Bangor cultural nonprofits generate $10 million in economic activity

A Washington, D.C.-based Americans for the Arts study found that 14 cultural nonprofits in Bangor spent $3.4 million in 2015 and audiences at their events spent $6.6 million.

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