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Maine International Film Festival raises its game with mobile-first site

Renee Cordes |

Organizers of the 10-day Maine International Film Festival that kicks off this evening in Waterville aim to improve the experience for visitors with a new mobile-first website, funded with a $10,000...

Bixby & Co. launches chocolate puffin line to support Audubon conservation efforts

Staff |

Bixby & Co. LLC, an organic chocolate-bar maker launched by Kate McAleer and her mother Donna McAleer in 2011, has branched out into puffins — in chocolate, that is.

Bissell Brothers to 'test drive' Milo taproom

Staff |

Bissell Brothers, which has a brewery and taproom at Thompson's Point in Portland, says it will open the Three Rivers taproom to the public on Saturday. The taproom and brewery is at 52 Elm St.,...

Tesla installs EV chargers at Kennebunk plaza

Staff |

In a project funded by Tesla, 16 Tesla supercharger units have been installed at the Kennebunk Service Plazas on the Maine Turnpike.

Falmouth passes on zoning change for Falmouth Center soccer complex

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Falmouth Town Council does not adopt a zoning change for a proposed 400,000-square-foot mixed-use complex on U.S. Route 1, instead requested a master plan for the project. The zoning change was...

'World's best lobster roll' isn't made in Maine, again

The winner is in, and the “world's best lobster roll” ­­­­for the second straight year ­­­­comes from nowhere even close to Maine.

Husson University and NMCC form nursing affiliation

Husson University and Northern Maine Community College have formed an affiliation that allows nursing students pursuing an associate's degree at NMCC to easily transfer credits toward a bachelor's...

Downtown Lewiston nonprofit gets off the ground

Laurie Schreiber |

Downtown Lewiston, a new nonprofit focused on the promotion and economic development of the commercial district, reaches out to introduce the organization to the business community and the community...

Second logger training course supports growing industry need

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The second round of a mechanized logging operations training program is designed to build on the success of last summer's kick-off.

Hallowell's new fire station almost ready to open

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The new station will open later this month on the former Stevens School campus, while the old one will begin to get a new life.

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