Whenever Poland Spring announces its intention to bottle many more millions of gallons of Maine’s groundwater, environmentalists sound the alarm.
“I have businesses and properties in several Maine counties, and it is not my intention to sell any.”
In an apparent violation of Maine law, a web of domestic and offshore companies linked to a controversial developer has funded a $4.2 million bid fronted by his sister since 2015 to get Maine voters to approve a York County casino.
At a time when the paper industry is hurting, a Maine printing business is expanding.
A state-subsidized biomass firm plans to repay the subsidy money it has received through a logging industry bailout effort until it can prove economic benefit to Maine.
Regulators on Tuesday gave FairPoint Communications permission to stop signing up new customers for regulated landline service in Scarborough, Gorham, Waterville, Kennebunk and Cape Elizabeth.
Pleasant River Lumber company is expanding its Jackman sawmill in anticipation of increased demand for American lumber amid the U.S. government’s plans to levy tariffs on Canadian softwood.