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Maine Arts Commission Invites You to a Cultural Summit


AUGUSTA, Maine — The Maine Arts Commission has been engaging constituents across the state for the past several months and we are now ready to …
BUSINESS

Express Employment Professionals Expand In Maine

AUGUSTA, Maine — As the economy recovers and business continues to pick up, employers in the greater Augusta area are relying on staffing companies to fill …
COMMUNITY

Waterville and History to Host Local History Festival

The Taconnett Falls Chapter of the Maine Genealogical Society, the Waterville Historical Society/Redington Museum, the Waterville Public Library, and the Winslow Public Library declare that …
BUSINESS | SCHOOL

Noyce-funded project targets out-of-school STEM learning

AUGUSTA, Maine — Even during their K-12 years, youth spend approximately 85% of their waking hours outside of school. Research has shown that harnessing some …
BUSINESS | COMMUNITY | GOVERNMENT

Fuel dealers offering prepaid contracts must register by June 30

GARDINER, Maine — Fuel dealers who offer prepaid contracts are reminded to register with the Maine Department of Professional and Financial Regulation by June 30, …
ARTS

Variations VII Exhibit

Exhibit: Variations VII, A group exhibit by the Artdogs studio artists Dates: June 21- July 26, 2014 Place: Circling the Square Fine Art Press, 275 …
ARTS

“Shared Quiet”: Monroe artist Alison Rector has an exhibition of new paintings about Maine Public Libraries

“Shared Quiet”: Monroe artist Alison Rector has an exhibition of new paintings about Maine Public Libraries, and a lecture about her artwork at the Maine …
BUSINESS

Digital Marketing Company to expand in Rockland

AUGUSTA – Dream Local Digital, Inc. is the latest Maine business to outgrow its existing facility. The digital marketing company was recently certified for a …
BUSINESS

Skowhegan Masons open their doors

“The greenest building is the one already built.” It is the phrase that Main Street Skowhegan Executive Director Dugan Murphy uses to illustrate the relationship …
BUSINESS
From left to right, Mike Minkos, president of Summit Natural Gas of Maine, Tim Johnston, executive vice president of Summit Utilities and Ray McMullin, plant manager at Huhtamaki.

Summit to install 85 miles of pipeline in Kennebec Valley

WATERVILLE, Maine – Summit Natural Gas of Maine announced today that gas is now flowing to residential and business customers in the town of Fairfield, …
 
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