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Bowdoinham evaluates recreational redevelopment of town’s waterfront

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The town of Bowdoinham has hired Richardson & Associates in partnership with Baker Design Consultants to develop a master site plan for the redevelopment of the public works waterfront property.

Bath hires new coordinator to market city, promote economic development

The city of Bath has hired Lindsey Goudreau, a 28-year-old former marketing communications specialist at Maine Behavioral Healthcare, to help market Bath and promote its economic development —...

Athenahealth, with 950 workers in Belfast, to be sold for $5.7B cash

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Athenahealth Inc. (NASDAQ: ATHN), one of Waldo County's largest employers with 950 workers at its Belfast offices, announced Monday it had entered an agreement to be acquired by private-equity firm...

Court sides with Damariscotta in Main Street development suit

Opponents of the proposed 435 Main St. development in Damariscotta have until Nov. 23 to appeal a Maine Superior Court decision that has dealt a setback to their lawsuit.

Front Street Shipyard's Building 6 now 'open for business'

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A 22,500-square-foot facility that enhances Front Street Shipyard's ability to work on large vessels at its Belfast yard is now open for business.

Opponents of Belfast salmon farm defeated in city election

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Plans for a $150 million land-based salmon aquaculture facility in Belfast appear to remain on track after opponents of the project were defeated Tuesday in elections for three seats on the...

Lowe's 11 stores in Maine escape closure

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Lowe's announced on Nov. 5 it will close 51 of its underperforming home-improvement stores in the United States and Canada. None of them are in Maine.

FAME to honor Front Street Shipyard, three others at Showcase Maine Awards

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The Finance Authority of Maine next week will honor a Belfast shipyard and marina, a nonprofit educational group and two Maine-based banks at the state agency's 35th annual meeting and celebration of...

Nordic Aquafarms’ $150M project faces key test in Belfast’s Tuesday elections

Tuesday’s local election in Belfast could play a decisive role in whether Norway-based Nordic Aquafarms proceeds with its $150 million Phase 1 investment in a state-of-the-art land-based...

Central Maine Healthcare expands partnership with Central Maine Orthopaedics

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Central Maine Healthcare and Central Maine Orthopaedics announced an expanded partnership Monday that the organizations say will increase capacity for the Auburn orthopedics practice, strengthen...