Central Maine Healthcare breaks ground on new cancer center

PHOTO: Central Maine Healthcare officials symbolically “break the ground” for the new cancer care center. (Submitted photo) LEWISTON – Central Maine Healthcare on Oct. 29…

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Applications for Top Gun LA due by Nov. 30

LEWISTON – Applications are now being accepted for the 2021 Top Gun LA entrepreneurship acceleration program. Top Gun LA is designed specifically for the entrepreneur…

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Skowhegan Dunkin’ owners make donation to Skowhegan food cupboard

Skowhegan Dunkin’ franchise owners Colleen and Ed Bailey recently made a donation of $1,000 to the Skowhegan Community Food Cupboard during the grand reopening of…

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Free Central Maine entrepreneur weekend is set for Nov. 14, 15

WATERVILLE — The fourth annual Central Maine Converge and Create Weekend, hosted by Thomas College, will be held virtually Friday, Nov. 13, and SAturday, Nov….

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BUSINESS PROFILE: Edward Jones – Welcome to our office

PHOTO: From left, Kristy Vickerson, Ashley Michaud and Julie Barter-Lucas. (Submitted photo) By Julie Barter-Lucas Located in the Stevens Commons development at 1 Beech St.,…

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Shop Small Saturday Mid-Maine, set for Nov. 28, takes shape

WATERVILLE – Shop Small Saturday Mid-Maine will be held Saturday, Nov. 28 — Thanksgiving weekend. The initiative highlights small businesses throughout the Mid-Maine Chamber of…

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Waterville Rotary raffle supports restaurants, books for local kids

WATERVILLE — Rotary Club of Waterville’s new Dine Around Town Raffle is a fundraising effort with a two-fold purpose: to support local restaurants and to…

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Community Credit Union receives four awards from the Maine Credit Union League

PHOTO: The Senior Leadership Team at Community Credit Union with awards received from Maine Credit Union League, from left, Betsy Sibley, vice president of marketing;…

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OTIS Federal Credit Union donates $5,000 to Jay Historical Society

PHOTO:OTIS Vice President Darice Dubreuil, left, and OTIS President/CEO Kim Turner are pictured with Dorothy White, Lillian Sears and Karin Paine of the Jay Historical…

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Free small business workshop, 12-week entry level IT development course offered at CWPD

AUBURN — The Center for Workforce and Professional Development at Central Maine Community College is offering a no-cost small business virtual workshop “Small Money for…

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