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Tempus Jets sued for loan repayment

Tempus Jets, a Williamsburg, Va.,-based aircraft maintenance and repair company formed in 2007 that expanded to Brunswick Landing in 2013, faces a lawsuit from a creditor.

Maine AG joins crackdown on 'deceptive' health supplements

James McCarthy |

Maine Attorney General Janet T. Mills announced Wednesday that her office and the Federal Trade Commission have filed a complaint against three corporations and six individuals for their roles in an...

Wiscasset businesses seek to stop MDOT's Route 1 project

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Four Wiscasset Village businesses have filed a complaint and a motion for preliminary injunction in the Lincoln County Superior Court, seeking to stop a Maine Department of Transportation project on...

South Portland's legal costs mount in pipeline lawsuit

South Portland's legal tab for defending its 2014 “Clear Skies Ordinance,” which prohibits the bulk loading of crude oil into tankers on the city's waterfront, topped $1 million in...

Diamond, Pingree push bills to address Maine's Real ID problem

James McCarthy |

Two lawmakers — state Sen. Bill Diamond, D-Windham, and U.S. Rep. Chellie Pingree, D-1st District — are pushing separate bills at the state and federal levels to address problems stemming...

How to: Protect your brand by trademarking

Jordan Payne Hay |

Many business and service providers operate for years without considering whether they should trademark elements of their business. The most common way people think of (and see)...

Dispute over Pingree inn to be heard by Maine’s highest court

The Maine State Supreme Judicial Court will hear arguments on a battle over expansion of Nebo Lodge on North Haven. The inn is owned by U.S. Rep. Chellie Pingree.

LePage budget puts correctional facility on chopping block

Gov. Paul LePage’s state budget proposal includes a plan to cut funding for the Down East Correctional Facility in Bucks Harbor.

LePage pivots on closing loophole in legal marijuana

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It's now legal to smoke marijuana, grow it and possess up to 2.5 ounces of it in Maine. Emergency legislation signed into law on Friday by Gov. Paul LePage closed a potential loophole that could have...

LePage puts brakes on lawmakers' delay of retail marijuana sales

A bill delaying retail sales of marijuana and closing a potential loophole that could allow Mainers under age 21 to possess the drug received unanimous bipartisan approval Thursday, but Gov. Paul...

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