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Young couple snaps up former Nina's Variety in Falmouth

Laurie Schreiber |

A couple in their early 30s, looking for an affordable lease to establish a variety store and specialty grill, jumped at the chance to buy a property, instead, when they realized the purchase price...

Reed & Reed awarded contract for York toll plaza project

Staff |

Construction on a new turnpike toll plaza in York will begin next month, following Maine Turnpike Authority’s award of a three-year $39.5 million contract to Reed & Reed of Woolwich.

Phase 1 cleanup of Hancock Ellsworth tannery completed

Staff |

Phase 1 of an interior cleanup of chromium, lead, mercury, arsenic, polychlorinated biphenyls, asbestos and other hazardous materials at the former site of the Hancock Ellsworth Tannery has been...

$10M raised puts Mercy Hospital a step closer to moving fully to Fore River campus

Staff |

Mercy Hospital announced at a donor reception Wednesday that it had reached more than half of the $20 million capital campaign goal launched in April 2017, when the quiet phase of fundraising began...

Thompson's Point signs event venue as new tenant

Renee Cordes |

A new venue for events from live music to weddings is set to open in January at Thompson's Point in Portland after signing The Halo Studio as a tenant in its Brick North building.

Paper machine sold to Chinese company, paving way for Madison mill's redevelopment

Staff |

A Chinese company has purchased the paper machine at the shuttered Madison Paper Industries mill in Madison, which one of the mill's current owners says will make it easier to market the...

Rockland eyes historic preservation ordinance

The Rockland City Council is considering a historic preservation ordinance, with plans for a first reading of an amended version in November, the Pen Bay Pilot reported.

Snow Pond Learning & Innovation Center finishes with a flourish

Maureen Milliken |

A clock tower tops the original design for the Snow Pond Center for the Arts Learning & Innovation Center in Sidney, thanks to a $1.8 million USDA Community Facilities Loan the center received in May.

UMA architecture students design weather-resistant benches friendly to seniors

Staff |

Augusta's Mill Park features two new weather-resistant and senior-friendly benches, the culmination of a year of design and building by three students from the bachelor's of architecture degree...

Owner says Mechanic Falls mill was uninsured at time of blaze

Charles Starbird, owner of the former Marcal Paper Mill that was destroyed by fire on Sunday, told the Lewiston Sun Journal he did not have insurance on the buildings.

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