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Even as Maine community Foundation's grantmaking has grown, the needs and challenges in our communities have too.
Maine is seeing a range of investment and innovation in the area of health care.
Entrepreneurs are used to failure, rejection and being called crazy. A brick wall is just catnip for someone crazy enough to launch a startup. We see people take on this journey but often give little notice to what it takes to start a successful
Loring had a long history as an Air Force base, brief notoriety for being the site of a Phish concert and now another life as a business park.
As Senior Writer Renee Cordes notes in her story, Loring has some major plans in the works.
Regarding the article published in Mainebiz from the print edition of June 12, “With Projects Underway, Waterville’s Downtown is Taking on New Life”, we want to correct the statement that “Waterville was a victim of urban renewal in the 1960s.”
Looking back on the breakneck pace of change in the past three years, it seems like every year has brought a new set of challenges.
We thought it was fitting that our cover for this year’s Book of Lists features a construction image. There’s a backstory with this photo as well...
Nonprofits and businesses have been working more closely than ever during the last few years — advocating for changes to federal policies like the Paycheck Protection Program, collaborating on community-focused projects and navigating challenges
Amid the pandemic, when many universities were struggling with how to do remote classes, Husson University was opening its signature College of Business building.
While the ongoing pandemic has been an ever-present threat this year, I feel fortunate to have been able to get around the state more in 2022 than either of the two previous years.
In the past two years, Maine has seen the real estate and construction industries hit great heights.
Our focus on central Maine delves into two areas that demonstrate growth in a number of facets.
Residential growth, new retail, manufacturing expansion and business park additions highlight just some of the progress.
I was catching up on back issues of Mainebiz when I saw a quote from Kerem Durdag stating “internet access and affordability is a human right” (in a story, “GWI gets $9M in grant funding for high-speed internet in three towns”).
Whatever position you may have taken on the legalization of adult-use cannabis in Maine, it’s here and it’s happening.
Being based in southern Maine has its advantages and disadvantages. There’s a tendency to think that everything is happening in Portland. I admit I fall into that thinking at times.
“Corporate responsibility” can include a wide range of duties, but in the past two years there’s been a strong emphasis on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, or DEI. For that reason, two of our stories delve into this issue.