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No bookstore? I'll open one, says enterprising Fort Kent native

News of the demise of bookstores could be exaggerated. The Fiddlehead Focus reported that Heidi Carter opened Bogan Books in Fort Kent. Carter, a Fort Kent native, is a graphic designer who owns...

UMaine System trustees approve UMPI ag program, hear from nursing students

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University of Maine System trustees on Monday signed off on an undergraduate agriculture and agribusiness program at the University of Maine at Presque Isle and reviewed plans to expand nursing...

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.

EMMC nurses reach preliminary contract deal to be voted on Friday

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After nearly four months of talks, unionized nurses at the Eastern Maine Medical Center have reached a tentative accord on a three-year contract that will be put to a vote on Friday. If approved, the...

Frontier Air stop in Portsmouth gives Mainers a new way to fly south

Air travelers from southern Maine will get a new option for heading south on Dec. 6 when Frontier Airlines begins flying out of Portsmouth International Airport, about 10 minutes drive from Kittery.

Rosemont Market to add location at former dry cleaners in Falmouth

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Rosemont Market & Bakery, with six Portland-area stores, will open a seventh this winter a former Pratt Abbott location on U.S. Route 1 in Falmouth.

Portland India Street condo building sells all units

Laurie Schreiber |

Most of the units in The Mason Block, a recently constructed residential and commercial condominium building, were sold before ground even broke, and the rest were snapped up by the time the project...

St. John Valley broadband initiative seeks input from businesses, residents

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The organizations working on improving broadband speeds and access in the St. John Valley are asking residents and business owners of northern Aroostook County to weigh in. The Northern Maine...

Boothbay Harbor seeks to protect working waterfront

The Boothbay Harbor Planning Board is considering changes to its zoning ordinance that would maintain and provide protections for the east side's existing maritime zone.

Acadia may partner on development of affordable housing for park employees

Acadia National Park will explore whether to enter into a public-private partnership for the purpose of developing affordable housing for seasonal park employees, with only enough seasonal housing to...

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