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Foundation selects fellows for nonprofit leadership program

The John T. Gorman Foundation announced the second class of its fellowship, a leadership program for exceptional nonprofit and public sector professionals.

USM growth strong in Lewiston

The University of Southern Maine says undergraduate enrollment grew by 4% among campuses in Portland, Gorham and Lewiston.

L/A growth council names Holden’s interim successor


Nearly two months after the resignation of John Holden, the Lewiston Auburn Economic Growth Council has named an interim leader.

L.L.Bean bringing more jobs to Lewiston

L.L.Bean is moving to a larger production facility in Lewiston in order to meet customer demand for its iconic boots.

FAME helped facilitate vending company's deals

Peter Van Allen |

The Finance Authority of Maine played a key role in two acquisitions made this week by Casco Bay Vending by providing loan insurance of $8 million.

FirstLight Fiber combines with Oxford Networks


FirstLight Fiber, a leading fiber-optic bandwidth infrastructure services provider operating in New York and northern New England, announced today that Oak Hill Capital Partners has completed its...

Another Tim Hortons bakery closes

The Tim Hortons bakery in Waterville abruptly closed on New Year’s Eve, continuing the Canadian company's on-again off-again relationship with its Maine restaurants.

MaineHousing awards tax credits to six projects

MaineHousing will be distributing more than $3 million in 9% Low Income Housing Tax Credits to six development projects that received the highest number of points under the Qualified Allocation Plan...

Central Maine Healthcare finances under review

Central Maine Healthcare has hired Illinois-based consulting firm Kaufman Hall to develop a plan for the hospital system’s future in the face of a significant budgetary shortfall over the past...

Maine newcomers start Lewiston 'slow fashion' company

Needless Society is a company brand that seems both provocative and an oxymoron for someone wanting to sell products.But...