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Australian owner puts boutique inn (and art collection) on market for $1.7M

Laurie Schreiber |

The Lindenwood Inn at 118 Clark Point Road in Southwest Harbor, built in 1904 as a sea captain's house, is on the market for $1.7 million.

Running the Migis Lodge is a 'labor of love' for third-generation operator

Laurie Schreiber |

Jed Porta went to work at Migis Lodge when he was 12. The lodge, built in 1916, has been in the Porta family for 50 years. He's now the third generation operating the South Casco lodge.

Beach to Beacon taps solar generator built by two Maine companies

Staff |

As an expected 6,500 runners navigate Saturday’s TD Beach to Beacon 10K Road Race, a solar generator built by two Maine companies will be powering operations at the finish line.

Skowhegan's $4.9M Run of River whitewater park lands key grant

Maureen Milliken |

Funding for Skowhegan's planned $4.9 million Run of River whitewater park got a boost this week with $50,000 in grant money and designation as an Outdoor Institute Community Partner.

Isle au Haut's Keeper's House Inn on the market for $1.975 million

Laurie Schreiber |

The Keeper's House Inn, six miles off the mainland on Isle au Haut, went on the market July 9 for $1.975 million.

Bar Harbor agrees to negotiate with Bay Ferries to renew CAT ferry service

Laurie Schreiber |

After meeting with Bay Ferries Ltd. Chief Executive Officer Mark MacDonald and Atlantic Fleet Services Corp. owner Annette Higgins on July 17, the Bar Harbor Town Council voted to negotiate with Bay...

Owners of historic midcoast restaurant-inn looking for the right buyer

Laurie Schreiber |

MaryAnn and Manuel Mercier have listed The Youngtown Inn & Restaurant in Lincolnville for sale as a turnkey operation at $1.395 million.

Bar Harbor to mull $1M, 5-year deal restoring CAT ferry service

Staff |

The Bar Harbor Town Council is scheduled to take up at its Tuesday night meeting the proposed $1 million, five-year lease of a town-owned marine terminal by a Prince Edward Island company interested...

Maine tourism weathering U.S.-Canada trade war

Staff |

The trade war and tough talk between the United States and Canada don’t appear to be dampening Maine’s tourism business, according to reports from the Bangor Daily News and the Associated...

Manager of new boutique hotel says Portland is a 'complete hospitality town'

Renee Cordes |

Jeff Lidinsky, general manager of the brand-new AC Hotel Portland Downtown/Waterfront on the city's eastern waterfront, explains why the best is yet to come for city's hospital sector.