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Winter's not done yet: Nor'easter causes delays, headaches

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Winter Storm Stella roared into Maine Tuesday morning, causing flight delays, business cancellations and warnings from the power companies.

Auburn medical tourism stalls for lack of investors

A $40 million proposal to create a Chinese medical tourism facility in Auburn has stalled, with its backers saying the project is still looking for investors to proceed.

Health care entrepreneur to lead 'business development' at Bridgton, Rumford hospitals

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Central Maine Healthcare has hired a nationally recognized health care leader to guide business development efforts at Bridgton Hospital and Rumford Hospital.

Lewiston Mall hit with more vacancies

Lewiston Mall, which has lost several tenants, including Sears, in recent years, has two more vacancies coming up.

With recent deal, Antigoni's Pizza will expand to Augusta

Laurie Schreiber |

The owner of Antigoni's Pizza in Lewiston purchased a former Pizza Hut building at 23 Bangor St. in Augusta for $340,000. The building was on the market for four years.

L/A chamber names new president / CEO

After a three-month search, the Lewiston Auburn Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce named a new president and CEO.

Canadian company looking at Maine sites for biorefinery

Ensyn Corp., a Canadian company that creates fuels from forestry biomass, is exploring potential sites in Maine to locate a biorefinery capable of transforming 400 tons a day of low-grade wood into...

Lewiston extends developer’s option on Bates Mill No. 5

Lewiston’s city council gave developer Tom Platz a one-year extension on his option to buy and redevelop Bates Mill No. 5, the last and most challenging building of the sprawling Bates Mill...

Community Health Options ends 2016 with a loss

James McCarthy |

Community Health Options, the Lewiston-based nonprofit health insurer created under the Affordable Care Act, ended 2016 with preliminary total net losses of $58.3 million, according to a report...

Auburn company sees treasure in others’ trash

An Auburn company is tapping into junk removal, considered a significant part of the $55 billion U.S. waste management industry.

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