Fourth year in a row

Hancock Lumber makes ‘Best Places to Work’ listing

CASCO   For the fourth year in a row, Hancock Lumber has been named one of the 2017 Best Places to Work in Maine.  More...

Joint replacement center expands

Jacob Furey, Thomas Kryzak join practice in Brunswick

BRUNSWICK   Mid Coast Medical Group–Orthopedics recently announced the addition of two joint replacement surgeons with training in knee and hip replacements. More...

Bar Harbor Bank hires treasury services manager

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Ownership changes at Wiscasset Family Medicine

WISCASSET — After 40 years of innovative and dedicated service to the community, Dr. Edward Kitfield has transferred ownership of his practice at Wiscasset Family Medicine to Dr. More...

Dietz named director of nursing at health center

BRUNSWICK — Mid Coast Senior Health Center recently appointed Shannon Dietz as the director of nursing.  In her new role, Dietz will manage the nursing department and oversee the daily operations of the center’s long-term care and sk More...

Firm names Choquette as financial consultant

BRUNSWICK — Casco Bay Wealth Advisors recently announced that Gregory Choquette has joined the firm as a financial consultant.  Choquette brings 28 years of industry experience to Casco Bay Wealth Advisors, and is a past president of Bango More...

U.S. Treasury awards $916,000 to CEI

BRUNSWICK — Coastal Enterprises, Inc. recently announced it has been awarded $916,000 from the U.S. Treasury Department as part of its 2017 Community Development Financial Institutions Program.  More...

SBA awards Maine trade center $195,000 grant

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Children’s home adds two new people to staff

WATERVILLE The Maine Children’s Home for Little Wanderers recently added two new employees, Kelly Couture and Samantha Sturtevant, to the nonprofit’s development team. More...

News from Southern Midcoast Maine Chamber

The Critical Importance of Accepting Criticism

I like to think I’m right about most things- we all do. No one enters a discussion or a debate thinking they don’t have the right answer. More...

US homebuilder sentiment rises in October

U.S. homebuilders are feeling more optimistic than they have in months, looking past a recent slowdown in new home sales and the risk of rising labor and materials costs following hurricanes Harvey and Irma. More...

Bath Brewing Co.

New business opening in November

BATH Friendship and family have brought a local group together to create a food and brewing experience in the heart of Bath. More...

IMF: World economy is picking up speed

WASHINGTON   The world economy is picking up momentum.  The International Monetary Fund on Tuesday raised its forecast for global growth to 3.6 percent this year and 3.7 percent in 2018. More...

News from Southern Midcoast Maine Chamber

Do you want something new? Engage in your own life

The Tony Awards are the equivalent to what the Oscars are for films, but they are awarded to Broadway productions from the past year. More...

Cold calling for answers ... not for listings

My first “official” summer in real estate as a newly licensed Realtor has been a learning experience, leaving me with both hope and oftentimes sympathy for those selling their homes and entering the market as new buyers.  More...

Green Bee launches sparkling water lineup

BRUNSWICK Green Bee, the makers of all natural honey-sweetened sodas, recently announced the launch of a new line of unsweetened sparkling waters. More...

Wright-Pierce earns top listing in U.S.

TOPSHAM Wright-Pierce, an employeeowned, multi-disciplinary environmental engineering firm, has been recognized again this year by Engineering News Record as one of the “Top 200” environmental firms in the nation. More...

Spice world

Christine Pistole’s small business makes big culinary inroads

LITCHFIELD A local spice company is getting some worldwide exposure, thanks to celebrity chef/foodie Andrew Zimmern. Blends by Litchfield-based Gryffon Ridge Spice Merchants are now available at shop.andrewzimmern.com. More...

News from Southern Midcoast Maine Chamber

Harvesting fun: Dozens of can’t miss October events

The activities and fun just keep coming in October, as the Midcoast is bristling with activities for job seekers, business leaders, golfers, families and more. Here is a look at some local events in the Midcoast you may enjoy this October. More...

SHINANATU FARM IN BRUNSWICK

A place that offers challenges for horse and rider, and an opportunity to bond

BRUNSWICK   “Sorry for the bumps,” said Kim Stone on a mid-September afternoon, speaking over the loud motor of an all-terrain vehicle after one of its tires rolls over a rock jutting out of the forest floor and roars up a steep incl More...