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Real estate broker plans a halfway house for homeless men in Portland

Laurie Schreiber |

The former Opportunity Alliance center at 54 Maple St. will provide 16 units of housing, the developer says.

MaineHealth's dynamic duo chart a new course for the health system and its member hospitals

Renee Cordes |

One's a strategy guy known for his directness, the other more of a people person.

Kelley Kash, CEO of Maine Veterans' Homes, is changing the culture of housing veterans

Peter Van Allen |

Maine Veterans' Homes, a nonprofit, is building a $90 million, 138-bed home in Augusta.

New law resolves years-old Acadia acquisition of Schoodic land

Staff |

A law signed Tuesday allows Acadia National Park to accept 1,400 acres, including the Schoodic Woods Campground and Trails, and affirms traditional clam and worm harvesting in the park.

Wells Fargo gave $372,900 to Maine nonprofits in 2018

Staff |

Wells Fargo & Co. said it gave $372,900 to Maine nonprofits, schools and community organizations in 2018, including $45,000 in employee-driven donations.

MaineCanDo conducts statewide survey of sexual harassment and workplace cultures

Renee Cordes |

MaineCanDo, a professional network formed to prevent future #MeToo incidents in Maine workplaces, is extending its mission with a survey of sexual harassment and workplace culture.

Maine Maritime Museum launches $3.3M ‘first impressions’ upgrade

Staff |

Maine Maritime Museum broke ground this week on what it says will be a “transformative” $3.3 million renovation of its Bath grounds.

Gulf of Maine Research Institute receives $790K grant to study impact of warming ocean on key species

Staff |

The National Science Foundation awarded the Gulf of Maine Research Institute a $789,659 grant to examine the impact of a warming climate on growth and population patterns in cod and lobster in the...

Rockland-based domestic violence agency hires new executive director

Staff |

New Hope for Women, a Rockland-based nonprofit organization that provides services to victims of domestic violence, has appointed a new executive director.

Kennebec Land Trust cabins featured on TV are now available to rent

Maureen Milliken |

The renovation project was featured on "Maine Cabin Masters," and the trust hopes rent money from the eco-cabins will help maintain and improve the Wakefield Wildlife Santuary in West Gardiner.