Sunday, December 8, 2013
The owner of Four Corners General Store in West Gardiner still has family members in the region of the Philippines hit hardest by the storm a month ago.
The woman is recovering from the shooting at a Lewiston hospital as authorities search for her boyfriend in connection with the incident.
The Augusta restaurant’s run-in with state regulators shows businesses should check with the state before holding fundraising events.
Gov. Paul LePage said global warming could help bring business to Maine, drawing criticism from those who say he is ignoring the negative effects of climate change.
The governor’s remarks at a transportation conference echo those made in Maine this summer by the president of Iceland.
The head of FirstPark in Oakland will update Gardiner City Council on Wednesday about plans for the business park and councilors will consider raising fees charged to member communities for using the library.
The Volunteers of America Northern New England failed to secure the necessary tax credits to fund the project, but Chelsea officials and residents are still concerned about the potential effect if it goes forward.
Downtown organizations are gearing up for their annual holiday parades and tree lighting ceremonies in an effort to encourage people to explore local businesses.
The menswear store will share a building called “Journal Square” with U.S. Cellular, another retailer and a restaurant.
The incentives would be a part of a comprehensive program to attract targeted businesses to Gardiner’s downtown.