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Next 2018: Tobias Parkhurst is a catalyst for downtown Augusta's resurgence

Maureen Milliken |

Tobias Parkhurst, president of O&P Glass in Augusta and a former pro skateboarder, is one of the catalysts of downtown Augusta development — buying and...

Next 2018: Dan and Ashley Rice offer 24/7 vascular access services at a fraction of typical cost

Renee Cordes |

Dan and Ashley Rice met in the U.S. Air Force and started New England Vascular Services in June 2017. Today their business relies on 15 clinicians with two more in training and averages 200 monthly...

Augusta real estate broker says she's 'living the American dream'

Maureen Milliken |

Hoa Hoang, owner of Hoang Realty in Augusta, the youngest of six children, came to Augusta in 1976, a year after her family came to the United States from Saigon. She still owns the home her family...

Waterville promoting Opportunity Zone to keep momentum going

Maureen Milliken |

Development officials are hoping that the new Opportunity Zone program will help keep the momentum going on downtown Waterville development. The city's downtown was one of 32 zones designated in May...

240-unit development proposed for Lewiston

A development of 240 apartment units has been proposed for the former Pineland Lumber Co. site in Lewiston.

Bangor Savings to open Auburn branch

Staff |

Bangor Savings Bank plans to open its first branch in Auburn, its 61st overall. The 5,600-square-foot branch, at 170 Turner St., is expected to open in the late fall of 2019.

Longtime Augusta state office space finds new tenant

Maureen Milliken |

290 State St. was a supermarket, then a movie theater, and for more than 15 years the state's printing office, now it has a new tenant in Augusta's evolving office space climate.

Maine's economic growth last year lagged behind national rate, feds say

Staff |

The economies of Maine's largest metropolitan areas grew in 2017, but not at the pace of the national growth rate. According to data released Tuesday, real gross domestic product in the...

Waterville's $1.5 million Riverwalk opens to public

Maureen Milliken |

Waterville's $1.5 million Riverwalk at Head of Falls has opened to the public. The project, which comes at the same time as major redevelopment of the city's downtown, is expected to help spur...

Historic Cushman Tavern could face wrecking ball

Sabattus and Lisbon town officials are jointly considering whether to order the demolition of the 19th century Cushman Tavern, due to the dangerous condition of the structure.

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