February 15, 2012 RSS feed / Business

Patricia Jacobs selected as president of AT&T New England

BOSTON — AT&T recently announced that Patricia Jacobs has been named president of AT&T New England. More...

Cumberland Farms launches Pediatric Care Campaign

FRAMINGHAM, Mass. — Cumberland Farms recently launched its Pediatric Care Campaign, where the convenience store retailer will work with communities to raise funds for hospitals that provide medical care to children. More...

Two men earn private pilot certificates

BRUNSWICK — John Bade and Jeff Kelly recently earned their private pilot certificates on the same day, according to a news release. More...

Topsham resident earns credential

WASHINGTON — ASAE has announced that Curtis Picard, executive director of the Maine Merchants Association and a resident of Topsham, has earned the Certified Association Executive (CAE) credential. More...

News from the Southern Midcoast Maine Chamber

President's Message: In Stephen M.R. More...

Taking wing in Brunswick

Maine Coastal Flight offers variety of services

BRUNSWICK — Though they aren’t as big as the departed Navy’s P-3s, there are airplanes using the long, 8,000-foot runway at the newly named Brunswick Executive Airport. More...

Patten Free Library to host workshop

BATH — Patten Free Library will host a “Successful Job Search Workshop” on Feb. 17, from 1 to 4 p.m., in its second-floor Community Room. More...

DeLorme picks Shay for new position

YARMOUTH — DeLorme, a leader in navigation technology, recently announced the appointment of Patrick Shay to the newly created position of vice president and general manager, Connected Solutions. More...

Topsham attorney earns ‘hero’ award

SOUTH PORTLAND — Maine Equal Justice Partners awarded attorney Jeffrey Young of the Topsham law firm McTeague Higbee with the 2012 Equal Justice Hero Award during the recent Maine Access to Justice Symposium in South Portland. More...

Women’s Fitness donates $1,275

BRUNSWICK — During December, Women’s Fitness Studio & Spa sold “10 visits for $10” membership gift cards as its winter fundraiser. More...

Norway Savings Bank promotes Towle to vice president

PORTLAND — Norway Savings Bank recently announced that Barry Towle of Brunswick was promoted to vice president, security officer. More...

College offers ‘camp’ for HR professionals

AUBURN — The Corporate and Community Services Department at Central Maine Community College will offer “Human Resources Boot Camp” on March 2 and 9, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. More...

Gulf of Maine holding birthday celebration

BRUNSWICK — The Gulf of Maine Bookstore in Brunswick, which opened its doors for the first time on the day of an ice storm in late February 1979, is planning a party to celebrate 33 years of independent bookselling. More...

HELPING TO FIGHT CANCER

THE MAINE CANCER FOUNDATION, an independent statewide nonprofit, recently announced a $50,000 contribution made by Wright Express in support of the Tri for a Cure and Twilight 5K events. More...

Young engineer bucks Maine’s ‘brain drain’ trend

Brunswick-based R.M. Beaumont Corp. operates out of Fort Andross

BRUNSWICK The growth of the R.M. Beaumont Corp. into a niche market was all sort of an accident, according to its 29-year-old founder, Ryan Beaumont. More...

Strange joins audiology staff at Mid Coast

BRUNSWICK — Mid Coast Hospital recently announced the addition of Anna Strange, AuD, to its Rehabilitation Services staff. Strange is a clinical and dispensing audiologist, and joins the Audiology Department at 310 Bath Road. More...

Martin’s Point doctor passes examination

PORTLAND — Martin’s Point Health Care recently announced that Dr. Peter Shaw has successfully completed the examination of special competence in adult echocardiography given by the National Board of Echocardiography. More...

Woolwich’s NEMT earns Inc. 5,000 spot — again

WOOLWICH — As 2012 begins, the medical transcription firm NEMT is preparing its documentation to become an Inc. 5,000 fastest-growing company for the sixth year in a row. More...

NEWS FROM THE CHAMBER

PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE: Last week, I had the privilege of attending a special leadership summit hosted by the Maine State Chamber of Commerce. More...

The Gelato Fiasco opens its new store

Brunswick-based company serving desserts in Portland

PORTLAND — The Gelato Fiasco’s new store is now open at 425 Fore St. in Portland, according to a news release. More...