Cumberland County Civic Center renovations provide newer, bigger, more

February 10, 2014 in News

Author: Noel K. Gallagher

PORTLAND – After 14 months of work, the civic center will reopen this weekend to host a home and garden show. New luxury boxes, bigger locker rooms, wider concourses and lots and lots more women’s restrooms are the highlights of the $34 million renovation of the Cumberland County Civic Center, which was opened Monday for media tours.


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Court ruling buoys foes of Portland ‘midtown’ development

January 13, 2014 in Articles

Author: Randy Billings

PORTLAND – If the Bayside project gets city approval, maybe it can be overturned, as a court did in a separate case. But supporters of the project see no correlation.


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Economist sees steady growth this year for Maine's economy

January 9, 2014 in News

Author: Alanna Durkin

PORTLAND – Maine's economy is expected to see steady growth this year, providing an opportunity for the state to begin tackling the challenges it will face in the future as its population continues to age, a former state economist said Tuesday.


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Portland restaurant space rare, too pricey, chefs say

December 30, 2013 in News

Author: Meredith Goad

PORTLAND – Some worry that only those with big names and deep pockets will be able to open a place in or near the Old Port. Tom Bard, the proprietor of the Portland restaurant Zapoteca, has been searching for a year and a half for a place to open a new Spanish restaurant in the city.

Developers: Portland high-rise won’t pose wind threat

November 18, 2013 in Articles

Author: Randy Billings

PORTLAND – Concern that Bayside’s ‘midtown’ project could create a dangerous wind tunnel is being addressed, they say. While not a typical factor in city development projects, wind has emerged as a major point of contention in the debate over a massive mixed-use complex proposed for Portland’s Bayside neighborhood.

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