A new retail shop on Main Street in Bangor features work by more than 70 Maine artists and artisans from all around the state, in a building that a pair of downtown real estate developers recently purchased. Read More
The Land Use Planning Commission, which was expected to rule Wednesday on whether or not it would grant a site law certification for Central Maine Power’s proposed $1 billion hydropower corridor, failed to reach agreement. Read More
Emera Maine’s proposed sale to a western Canada utility continues to raise concerns for regulators and Maine’s top consumer advocate. Read More
Central Maine Power’s transmission line from Canada through western Maine to Lewiston will get its second major review Wednesday when regulators look at its potential environmental impact. Read More
The telecommunications giant Comcast and cable operators including Fox, CBS and Disney sued Maine and 17 municipalities Friday, saying a new state law aimed at enshrining a la carte cable TV is preempted by federal law. Read More
This empty Bangor building’s owner paid his back taxes 3 years ago. Now, he owes the city thousands again.
73 Central St., the six-story building adjacent to the University of Maine Museum of Art that abuts the Kenduskeag Stream canals, is one of the only large, vacant buildings in downtown Bangor that has not yet seen any kind of large-scale development. Read More
“I felt like this area needed another option. I know that when 5 o’clock comes around, living down here, I just don’t want to go to Rockland for the fifth time that day." Read More