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In Bath, mixed-use building sells for $4.6 million

Laurie Schreiber |

Marketing for a 80,000-square-foot mixed-use building at 9 Park St. in Bath generated considerable interest; after a year on the market, it finally sold for $4.6 million.

Thomaston hoping for rejuvenation when Route 1 project is completed

A grassroots group in Thomaston is taking proactive steps to capitalize on a two-year, $8.7 million Route 1 construction project when it’s completed this coming spring.

Celebrity chef’s debt pushes historic Belfast building into foreclosure

Celebrity vegan chef Matthew Kenney, of MK Cuisine Global, failed to keep up on his payments for one of downtown Belfast’s most prominent buildings, prompting a recent foreclosure judgment.

Boothbay Harbor weighs mixed-use zoning changes in traditional maritime zone

A proposal to allow mixed uses like food and hospitality businesses on the marine-oriented east side of Boothbay Harbor is sparking spirited public debate, all the more so because of the interest...

Our Town Belfast hires new executive director


Our Town Belfast has named Zach Schmesser as its new executive director, effective Jan. 1.

Boston developer to convert former Camden school into 'maker-space'

Boston developer Michael Mullins, president of Mullins Management Inc., has submitted a proposal to School Administrative District 28 to redevelop the Mary E. Taylor School in Camden as a co-working...

Court temporarily halts MDOT's planned demolition of Wiscasset building for parking

James McCarthy |

A judge has temporarily blocked the planned demolition of the former CEI headquarters acquired by the Maine Department of Transportation to create a public parking area as part of its $5 million plan...

Popular Wiscasset seafood restaurant changes hands


A veteran of the retail automotive business and a former restaurant owner, Louis Rylant of Bedford, N.H., has purchased the Sea Basket Restaurant in Wiscasset for an undisclosed price.

What about athenahealth?

Randall Poulton, Winterport |

I have been reading Mainebiz for many years. Lately, I have been disappointed by not only the focus on southern Maine, but your general ignorance about "northern" Maine.

Coulombe halts development plans on Boothbay Harbor's east side

Developer Paul Coulombe has withdrawn plans for development on the east side of Boothbay Harbor.