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Default looms for owner of Bangor Mall

The primary owner of the Bangor Mall, Simon Property Group of Indianapolis, is at risk of defaulting on an $80 million loan that dates to 2007.

Presque Isle’s art scene gets boost with downtown initiative

More than 20 artists are lined up to create an artists hub in Presque Isle in the third floor of the Key Bank building downtown.

Brewery is latest tenant for Bangor’s historic Nichols Block

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Black Bear Brewing Co., an Orono-based family owned brewery and tap room, is opening its second tap room in Bangor’s historic Nichols Block.

USDA's $300K in grants to foster job creation in rural Maine

MAUREEN MILLIKEN |

Six Maine economic development organizations and towns will get a total of $296,000 through U.S. Department of Agriculture grants designed to boost job creation in rural areas.

Ashland's Northeast Pellets suffers catastrophic fire

A fire at Northeast Pellets mill in Ashland destroyed all of the 500 tons of bulk pellets stored in two silos.

New Bangor brewery rooted in science

A new brewery is opening in Bangor whose experimental brews, specializing in wild and sour flavors, are rooted in a fascination with science.

Bangor-area businesses reach out to help Texas flood victims

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Bangor area businesses are teaming up to collect funds to help victims of widespread flooding in Texas following Hurricane Harvey.

First-time investor buys small mixed-use historic property in Bangor

Laurie Schreiber |

Small commercial/residential properties are proving popular among novice investors, as illustrated by the sale of 151 Broadway in Bangor that sold recently for $265,000.

Initiative launched to bring Somali immigrants to Aroostook County

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Northern Maine Community College and Maine Community Foundation are partnering to bring Somali immigrants to Aroostook County to explore agricultural opportunities.

New management plan drafted for St. John-Allagash region

Development issues on state lands that are part of the new St. John-Allagash Region Management Plan will be a topic of discussion among local residents at an Aug. 30 public meeting.

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