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Port official set to take over Cruise Maine

A firm led by port official Patrick Arnold won a bid to run CruiseMaine, Cruise Industry News reported.

MDOT lands grant to upgrade 22 rail bridges in northern Maine

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The U.S. Department of Transportation will award $7.89 million in funding to the Maine Department of Transportation for the Maine Railroad Bridge Capacity project in northeastern Maine.

Brunswick Landing, BIW get good news on federal funding

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U.S. Sens. Susan Collins, R-Maine, and Angus King, I-Maine, announced that the U.S. Navy awarded $11.39 million to Bath Iron Works and the Federal Aviation Administration more than $2 million for...

Hermann receives Maine AGC's 'major achievement in construction' award

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Doug Hermann, president of the Richmond-based Wyman and Simpson Inc., is the winner of the Associated General Contractors of Maine's “major achievement in construction” award.

FAA awards $5.5 million for two Maine airport projects

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Two Maine airport projects are slated to receive $5.5 million in federal funding through the Federal Aviation Administration.

NIMBY: Arrested development, as neighborhoods test veto power on zoning decisions

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In Portland, citizens are seeking signatures to put a measure on the ballot that would would essentially give neighborhoods veto rights over proposed zoning changes.

Maine lawmakers back roads bond; two other proposals stall

Lawmakers approved putting a $105 million transportation bond proposal on the November ballot, but two other bond proposals were tabled in the Maine House of Representatives due to lack of support.

Portland cold-storage plan inches ahead

Renee Cordes |

Americold Logistics LLC's plan to build a cold-storage warehouse in Portland, where Icelandic-owned shipping company Eimskip USA would be the anchor tenant, cleared an important hurdle this week...

Eastport rededicates $15 million breakwater

The City of Eastport's rebuilt $15 million breakwater is open for business, providing deep-water berthing for cruise ships, cargo vessels, fishing boats, yachts and U.S. Navy and Coast Guard boats.

Rangeley airport receives $532K grant for expansion project

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The U.S. Department of Transportation has awarded $531,999 to the Steven A. Bean Municipal Airport in Rangeley to support work to expand and reconstruct the airport’s apron.

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