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Healthcare Purchaser Alliance of Maine taking charge of changes

Maureen Milliken |

To get a handle on what the changes at the Healthcare Purchaser Alliance of Maine mean, it helps to look to hockey legend Wayne Gretzky.

Q&A with Deborah Bronk, new leader of Bigelow Laboratory

Peter Van Allen |

Deborah Bronk took over as president and CEO of Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences on March 1, joining the East Boothbay marine research institution from the Virginia Institute of Marine Sciences...

Three Maine boatbuilders team up on high-end sloop

Laurie Schreiber |

A new yacht under construction on the Maine coast will combine the skills of three different boatbuilding operations. Brooklin Boat Yard, Hinckley Co. and Front Street Shipyard are producing the...

10 Maine groups awarded grants for children's health programs

Staff |

The Sadie and Harry Davis Foundation has awarded grants worth a combined $95,00 to 10 Maine organizations through its children's health small grants program.

CMH's Maine Urgent Care will open Monday in Topsham


The clinic at the former Best Buy site will be followed in the coming weeks by diagnostics, plastic surgery, orthopaedics providers.

Ducktrap River expansion will tap growing smoked salmon market

James McCarthy |

Ducktrap River of Maine has completed its $5 milion expansion in a vacant warehouse across from its smoked seafood facility in the Belfast Business Park.

Aspiring innkeepers take over a historic Lincolnville B&B

Laurie Schreiber |

After a two-year search through New England, a Rhode Island couple views their purchase of the historic Spouter Inn Bed and Breakfast in Lincolnville Beach as a perfect “second act.”

Nordic Aquafarms heads to DEP with discharge application

Laurie Schreiber |

Nordic Aquafarms, which has proposed a large land-based aquaculture operation for Atlantic salmon in Belfast, is entering the next phase of a complex regulatory process.

Artisanal chocolate shop opens on Monhegan

An artisanal chocolate-maker called La Nef Chocolate located on Monhegan Island produced its first chocolate bar in July and is already being sold in three island outlets.

Fire damages elderly housing complex in Bath

About a half-dozen tenants will not be able to return to their apartments following a Sunday morning fire that forced the evacuation of an elderly apartment complex in Bath.