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Forster Mill demolition opens up Wilton development possibilities

Maureen Milliken |

The long-awaited teardown of the massive vacant mill on Depot Street, and the site's proximity to economically surging downtown, comes with high hopes.

Mainebiz Food Insider: Franklin County targets growing 'local food roots'

Maureen Milliken |

Last April, a group of nonprofits got together in Farmington to talk about local food insecurity. That's led to a greater effort to connect local resources, including farmers, to people who need...

Wiscasset voters reject lawsuit to stop MDOT traffic plan

Staff |

Wiscasset voters on Tuesday overwhelmingly voted to stop the town's lawsuit against the Maine Department of Transportation's controversial plan to ease downtown congestion.

Falmouth seeks private partnerships in Route 1 development

The town of Falmouth is hosting a forum to increase awareness within the Greater Portland development community about commercial redevelopment possibilities within its Route 1 corridor.

Camden Snow Bowl to contract with ski-bike retail business

The Camden Select Board last week decided to pursue negotiations with Sidecountry Sports LLC to set up shop at the municipally owned Camden Snow Bowl.

Gardiner business park's proximity to interstates 'drives' interest

Laurie Schreiber |

The sale of two adjacent lots at Gardiner's 95/295 Business Park at Libby Hill signals continued interest in the park's primary advantage — proximity to Interstate 95 and Interstate 295 —...

Trump urged to declare York County a ‘major disaster’ from March storm

Staff |

U.S. Sens. Susan Collins, R-Maine, and Angus King, I-Maine, and U.S. Rep. Chellie Pingree, D-District 1, have asked President Donald Trump to declare a “major disaster” for York County as...

Wiscasset voters to weigh in on town's lawsuit against MDOT

Renee Cordes |

Wiscasset voters will weigh in next week on the town’s lawsuit against the Maine Department of Transportation over its controversial plan to ease downtown congestion.

Kennebec River Day adds Augusta's first-ever brewfest to its lineup

Staff |

The Augusta area's first-ever brew festival has been added to Kennebec River Day events.

Scarborough Downs mixed-use plan approved

The Scarborough Planning Board approved a master plan for the 500-acre Scarborough Downs property for a mixed-use community with housing, retail and green space.