December 21, 2011 RSS feed / Business

L.L. Bean fly-fishing instructor earns award

FREEPORT — L.L. Bean fly-fishing instructor Macauley “Mac” Lord has received one of the highest distinctions in the fly-casting world, the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Federation of Fly Fishers. More...

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Villani promoted head of Coldwell in N.E. PARSIPPANY, N.J. More...

NEWS FROM THE CHAMBER

PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE: Amtrak, freight trains and scenic railroad tours. Individually, these three references may not draw a lot of conversation from most residents of the greater Bath-Brunswick-Topsham catchment area. More...

SERVPRO HELPS RED CROSS

SCOTT CARTER, Servpro trainer/director for Maine, and Barbara Rapoza, marketing manager for Servpro of Bath/Brunswick in Topsham, recently presented Dave Thompson, CEO of the American Red Cross of Ma More...

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PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE: In the education world, the word “stem” is tossed around so much you would think you were at a gardening seminar. More...

Project team earns award for Freeport Village Station

SOMERVILLE, Mass. — Freeport Village Station was recently named by the Associated Builders and Contractors’ Massachusetts chapter as the recipient of the Merit Award for Excellence in Construction. More...

‘Holidays in Harpswell’

Studios, eateries celebrate the season

HARPSWELL — The Harpswell Art and Craft Guild is gearing up for its “Holidays in Harpswell” event. More...

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Business website workshop scheduled WISCASSET — On Dec. 6, the Maine Women’s Business Center and the Lincoln County Regional Planning Commission will present a workshop for any business owner in need of a new or refreshed website. More...

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Academy looking for young executives TOPSHAM — The Young Entrepreneurs Academy, or YEA!, is an innovative program that guides students through the process of starting their own real business. More...

NEWS FROM THE CHAMBER

PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE: During August 1990, I learned how to play the game of chess. I was a terrible player when I first started. To make it worse, most of the guys that I played against had years of chess experience under their belts. More...

Maine Eastern Railroad appears in Kiwanis article

Story spotlights Jingle Bell EXPRESS out of Rockland

ROCKLAND — The current issue of Kiwanis Magazine features a story about the Jingle Bell EXPRESS, a fundraiser and community builder for the Kiwanis Club of Rockland, in which Maine Eastern Railroad is highlighted as the host train. More...

Snowe reveals staff changes

WASHINGTON — U.S. Sen. Olympia Snowe, R- Maine, recently announced several personnel changes within her office. Veteran Maine staff member Don Green has returned to serve as Snowe’s legislative director. More...

PREPARING FOR MISS AMERICA EVENT

CHRISTMAS CAME EARLY this year for Julia Furtado, Miss Maine 2011. Several area businesses and individuals played Santa in helping her prepare for the Miss America Pageant to be aired on Jan. More...

Burgess Computer moves in

BATH — Burgess Computer has completed the move to its new home at 6 Oak Grove Ave. in Bath. More...

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The Whispering Path at Sweetfern

SERVICES OR GOODS OFFERED: Provide Reiki healingsessions for you and your pets. More...

Frontier expanding its horizons

Popular Brunswick business getting new kitchen and more

BRUNSWICK — Frontier in Fort Andross has taken the first step in its next chapter as work nears completion to expand the kitchen. More...

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Homeownership class scheduled for January in Topsham TOPSHAM — Coastal Enterprises, Inc., a nonprofit community development organization, with the support of Maine State Housing Authority, will offer the first-time homebuyer seminar on Tuesday More...

Downeast Energy collecting toys

BRUNSWICK — In the spirit of giving this holiday season, customers and employees of Downeast Energy are collecting toys for Sweetser, Maine’s most comprehensive mental health network. More...

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