Brewery takes flight at Landing

BRUNSWICK The Midcoast’s newest brewery opened last Thursday at Brunswick Landing, continuing a trend of new businesses revitalizing the former military base. More...

News from Southern Midcoast Maine Chamber

With social media we have more ways to connect with one another than has been possible for previous generations. More...

FIVE QUESTIONS

... with Don Kniseley, executive director of Thornton Oaks Retirement Community

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News from Southern Midcoast Maine Chamber

This is the year I hit my limit with the winter weather. It’s not so much the snow and shoveling as it is that arctic air that has been whipping us daily since March began. More...

Japan’s Toshiba mulls selling Westinghouse

TOKYO   Troubled Japanese nuclear and electronics company Toshiba Corp. More...

MOTHER OF PURL YARN SHOP

Freeport shop part of ‘Maker’ revolution

FREEPORT Patty Bright and Susan Pennoyer, co-owners of the Mother of Purl Yarn Shop, recently announced the listing of new knitting and fiber arts classes. More...

News from Southern Midcoast Maine Chamber

Two upcoming events tackle workforce shortages

In the 11 years I have been doing chamber of commerce work, I have never seen a time when an area was this flush with opportunity. More...

Bath business expo on Saturday

BATH   On Saturday, March 11, Bath will celebrate community and the importance of keeping business local at the Bath Local Business Expo.  From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., more than 20 local businesses and nonprofits will gather at 33 Centre St. More...

Bath Antique Sale coming on Sunday

BATH   The Bath Antique Sale resumes on Sunday, March 12 with more than 50 dealers offering merchandise and fine collectibles. More...

MTI funds $52,476 in awards

One company in Dresden

BRUNSWICK   The Maine Technology Institute recently approved five TechStart grant applications — including one to a Dresden company — and two Business Accelerator grants, totaling $52,476 in awards to entrepreneurs from across Maine More...

New Ventures offers career course

Taking place in Brunswick

BRUNSWICK   Starting on Tuesday, March 28, New Ventures Maine will offer Career Planning, a free five-week class to help participants prepare for their next career.  More...

Brunswick salon holding bake sale benefit in May

BRUNSWICK — At Last … Salon & Day Spa will be hosting a bake sale on May 12, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., and May 13, from 9 a.m. More...

Atlantic Federal CU offers college scholarships

BRUNSWICK — Atlantic Federal Credit Union recently launched its 2017 college scholarship program to members who are graduating from high school. More...

Small business workshop scheduled in Wiscasset

WISCASSET — A free workshop on marketing, social media and branding for small businesses will be held on Thursday, March 9, from 9:30- 11 a.m., at the Lincoln County Regional Planning Commission office at 297 Bath Road in Wiscasset.  More...

Caring Transitions of Coastal Maine opens

PORTLAND — Helen and Bob Johnson recently announced the opening of their new business, Caring Transitions of Coastal Maine.  More...

U.S. Cellular hires sales manager for N.E.

PORTLAND — U.S. Cellular recently named Gerry Wilson as the business area sales manager for the New England region, including the states of Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont. More...

Landry’s Confections

Longtime dream comes true with Topsham shop

TOPSHAM Renee Lohrey said she has always had a thing for dessert. More...

Investing costs fall again: Fidelity, Schwab cut their commissions

NEW YORK   It keeps getting cheaper to invest.  Fidelity on Tuesday became the latest company to cut its fees in an ongoing industry battle that’s helped mom-and-pop investors keep more of their own dollars. More...

News from Southern Midcoast Maine Chamber

Need a career? We’d love to help on March 21

There is a difference between a job and a career. More...

Brunswick Diner at 70

Pleasant Street eatery remains a community favorite

BRUNSWICK Dallas Staples walked into the Brunswick Diner for the first time 70 years ago at the age of four. Staples’ father ate there every day, and Dallas has followed in his old man’s footsteps. More...