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Front Street Shipyard’s Building 6 now ‘open for business’

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A 22,500-square-foot facility that enhances Front Street Shipyard’s ability to work on large vessels at its Belfast yard is now open for business.

Startup goes digital to help Rangeley businesses keep more shopping dollars local

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An innovative new website launched by Rangeley Trading Co. is being hailed by the Rangeley Lakes Chamber of Commerce as a perfect showcase for local businesses that will help keep more shopping...

York, Kittery wrestle a centuries-old border disagreement

A developer's plan for property in York is prompting the town and neighboring Kittery to resolve a border discrepancy that dates to the 17th century.

Maine DEP tells CMP its application for 145-mile power line is incomplete

Maine Department of Environmental Protection has told CMP it cannot move forward with its evaluation of the$950 million New England Clean Energy Connect project until the utility provides additional...

Maine Senate Democrats, Republicans choose leaders for 129th Legislature

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Maine Senate Democrats and Republicans wasted no time in choosing their leaders for the 129th Legislature.

Company asks court to overturn ruling on South Portland pipeline law

Portland Pipe Line Corp. has appealed the federal court decision issued in August preventing it from piping oil south from Canada to its tank farm in South Portland.

Wreaths Across America will bring Maine balsam to Normandy, France

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Continuing a Maine businessman's tradition that began 26 years ago, Columbia Falls-based nonprofit Wreaths Across America will soon place 9,400 locally made balsam wreaths at the graves of military...

With Poliquin holding the lead, ranked-choice tabulations begin Friday

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Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap, Maine's top election official, confirmed Wednesday that the District 2 race between Republican incumbent Bruce Poliquin and his Democratic challenger Jared Golden...

Online meal-delivery service DoorDash expands to Maine

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DoorDash, a web-based service that arranges meal deliveries from local restaurants, began operations in Maine this week, connecting nine communities with a total of over 320 eateries.

Kittery seeks public survey input on Foreside development, infrastructure

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Following findings of an 18-month consultant's study, the town of Kittery is looking for public input about the types of development and infrastructure needed in Kittery Foreside.

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