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Report: Maine public colleges lowest in New England for tuition and fees

Renee Cordes |

Maine's public colleges have New England's lowest average tuition and fee rates, says a report by the New England Board of Higher Education released this week.

Maine Med plans to invest $300,000 in neighborhood parks

Staff |

As part of its $525 million expansion and modernization project, Maine Medical Center announced today it will provide the city of Portland $300,000 for investments in parks in the Western Prom,...

Black Box Portland container site gets new pop-up tenant

Staff |

Star Cousins, a textile products business, joins other retail startups for the rest of the month in the Washington Avenue, Portland, building made of repurposed shipping containers.

Lewiston fitness business targets hot Scarborough market for third location

Maureen Milliken |

GoZone Fitness, which started in Lewiston and also has an Augusta site, has found space in Scarborough at the epicenter of the town's development boom.

Portland wins record judgment against non-responsive landlord

Staff |

The Maine Supreme Judicial Court upheld on Tuesday a record judgment for the City of Portland against a non-responsive landlord.

Jobs training programs at community colleges boosted by Alfond grant

Staff |

A $3.6 million grant from the Harold Alfond Foundation will help Maine's seven community colleges expand and strengthen short-term training for those seeking to enter the workforce, as well as...

Massachusetts toolmaker plans expansion in Gorham

Harvey Performance Co., a precision toolmaker headquartered in Rowley, Mass., plans to build a new plant at a former racetrack on Narragansett Street in Gorham.

Nonprofits share in grants from People’s United Community Foundation

Staff |

People’s United Community Foundation, the philanthropic arm of People’s United Bank, has awarded $58,500 to Maine nonprofits during its third grant cycle of 2018.

Rockland man pleads guilty to health care fraud, embezzlement

Staff |

U.S. Attorney Halsey B. Frank announced Tuesday that Michael A. Morrison, 42, of Rockland, pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court for the District of Maine to health care fraud and embezzlement from a...

Portland seeks to press 'pause' on waterfront development

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Portland city officials are seeking to press the pause button on waterfront development, calling for a 180-day moratorium to sort out traffic and other issues.

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