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Waterville's iconic Hathaway shirt building sold

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The Hathaway Creative Center — for many years the Hathaway Shirt Co. — sold for $20.15 million.

Colby garners another significant gift

A Portland real estate executive and his wife have donated $10 million to Colby College.

Kennebec Valley Chamber names new leader

Katie Doherty, a Waterville native, has been promoted to president and CEO of the Kennebec Valley Chamber of Commerce.

L/A chamber names new president / CEO

After a three-month search, the Lewiston Auburn Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce named a new president and CEO.

Alfond program will ease loan burden for STEM professionals who stay in Maine

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The Harold Alfond Foundation announced Tuesday a new statewide student loan repayment program called Alfond Leaders, which is designed to provide student loan debt relief for Maine residents who are...

You can get there from here with new fish-and-game apps

Recreational fishing and hunting just got smarter with the development of two mobile apps that link to state regulations and provide detailed directions to Maine’s myriad ponds and lakes and...

The Olympia Cos. to develop new hotel for Colby College

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The Olympia Cos., a Maine-based hospitality management company, announced it will develop and manage Colby College's planned 42-room boutique hotel and restaurant in downtown Waterville.

Canadian company looking at Maine sites for biorefinery

Ensyn Corp., a Canadian company that creates fuels from forestry biomass, is exploring potential sites in Maine to locate a biorefinery capable of transforming 400 tons a day of low-grade wood into...

After long downturn, seaside inns find new investors

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Migis Hotel Group's purchase of the Higgins Beach Inn in Scarboroug is part of considerable transactional activity among independently owned hotels along the coast over the past year. Sales of other...

Poland Spring plans new bottling plant in western Maine

Nestle-owned Poland Spring is seeking a new site in western Maine, close to sources of spring water, in order to build a $50 million water bottling plant.

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