A sports apparel manufacturer that has outgrown its space in the Franklin County town of Industry is looking to move into the former Skane LTD building in downtown Farmington. Read More »
LEWISTON — Let the bagel wars begin. Forage Market in Lewiston, which soared to national attention when the October 2016 issue of Saveur magazine dubbed the store’s bagels some of the best in America, plans to open a store in Portland early next year. Read More »
HIRAM — GrandyOats, producer of organic cereals and snacks, is on a roll. Read More »
Hinckley Yachts is planning a 19,500-square-foot expansion at its Southwest Harbor service yard. Read More »
The 100,000-square-foot building in downtown Waterville is expected to house 200 students and faculty and staff members when it opens in August 2018.
WESTBROOK — ABM Mechanical Inc.’s purchase of 11 County Road represents the mechanical contracting firm’s push to expand its presence from its Bangor and Hancock home base to the Portland area.
Grand Rounds, a San Francisco-based health-care technology company that matches patients with high-quality health-care providers, has opened its first East Coast operations within Lewiston’s historic Bates Mill Complex.
BRUNSWICK — Finnish company Atol Avian has announced it will start producing amphibious airplanes at Brunswick Landing in the next year.
Bayside Bowl has completed its 10-month, multimillion-dollar expansion in Portland that includes new amenities and a rooftop solar system.
Braving Tuesday’s nor’easter to attend CEI’s annual meeting in Brunswick, St. Croix Tissue Inc., was awarded CEI’s “2017 Award for Expanding Economic Opportunity” for its $120 million paper mill that has created more than 80 jobs.