Acadia Insurance to pay $1.4M in dividends to logging contractors
Acadia Insurance, a W. R. Berkley company recently, announced that it will pay more than $1.4 million in premium dividends to eligible policyholder members of the Professional Logging Contractors of Maine Safety Group.
Bar Harbor to sign lease with Bay Ferries, setting stage for CAT to leave Portland
Bar Harbor Town Council voted unanimously to authorize a five-year lease agreement with Atlantic Fleet Services Corp., allowing it to contract with Bay Ferries Ltd. to reinstitute high-speed ferry service between Bar Harbor and Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. The
Lobster wholesaler’s $1.5M embezzlement lawsuit adds new defendants
A lawsuit by Saco-based lobster wholesaler Sea Salt, alleging that one of the business partners embezzled more than $1.5 million by shipping lobsters to a sham account and then reselling them, has moved to U.S. District Court in Portland.
Ski areas putting snowmaking to test as they gear up for new season
Maine's mountains are still glowing orange and gold, but ski areas are gearing up to see white — thanks to continuing investments in their snowmaking equipment — as the winter season approaches.
Businesses displaced in blaze at former Marcal Paper Mill in Mechanic Falls
A large mill building in Mechanic Falls that housed several businesses was destroyed in a fire Sunday that continues to smolder Monday morning.
Portland's Waterfront Concerts could move to Westbrook's Rock Row development
The Westbrook Planning Board is reviewing a request from Rock Row developer Waterstone Property Group to allow construction of a temporary amphitheater.