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Supermarket competition heats up with Hannaford's plans to add new store in Brunswick

Staff |

Hannaford Supermarkets announced Wednesday it will locate a store in the former Bookland and adjacent Staples space at the Cook’s Corner Mall in Brunswick — a project providing a...

Three long-time food-and-beverage purveyors retool store lineups

Coffee By Design, Rosemont Market & Bakery and Mainely Wraps have all closed individual locations for a range of reasons.

Grant, loan mean last remaining portion of Wilton mill will come down

Maureen Milliken |

The last remaining pieces of Wilton’s former Forster Mill will come down with $300,000 in grant and loan money for the ongoing environmental cleanup.

New Hermon convenience store reflects expanded business activity

Staff |

A new convenience store at 1739 Hammond St. in Hermon is another sign of the town’s expanded business activity, said Scott Perkins, Hermon's economic and community development director.

Shipyard/Vets First Choice project was designed to fit into, transform neighborhood

Maureen Milliken |

Bateman Partners LLC's 86 Newbury project takes mixed use to a whole new level, with everything from a hotel and Shipyard brewery tasting room to Vets First Choice pharmacy, labs and fulfillment.

Rockland grapples with opening up neighborhoods to ‘infill’ housing

Laurie Schreiber |

The Rockland City Council is considering an amendment to a zoning ordinance that would allow small accessory and detached residential units, including so-called “tiny homes” less than 400...

Loring Industries lays off six employees

Loring Industries laid off six employees last week due to a seasonal downtown, leaving the Limestone company with a workforce of about 12 employees.

WalletHub survey finds Maine is 23rd best state to retire, Florida No. 1

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A new WalletHub survey listed Maine as the 23rd best state in which to retire, as a strong showing in quality of life was overshadowed by lower marks in terms of affordability.

Report: Bangor housing crisis affects economic development

Laurie Schreiber |

An interim report of the Bangor Housing Work Group has found that Bangor is in the midst of a housing crisis that negatively affects workforce attraction and retention and overall economic...

Casco Systems moves into custom-built Cumberland headquarters

Laurie Schreiber |

The engineering and systems integration firm will occupy 12,000 square feet of the new 20,000-square-foot building, the first phase of a development that also will include townhouses and commercial...

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