Mainebiz, a statewide bi-weekly business news and entrepreneurship publication, beginning in 1994 as Biz, and continuing as Mainebiz starting in 1998.
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Submissions from 2019

Maine Dispatches

Maine's Latest Green Buildings

Figure Study, Erin Stwart Brown and Erin Little Photographer

Food and Drink; Spirits: Still Life, Joel Crabtree

Maker: Tooling Around, Tina Fischer

Art: In the Moment, Will Grunewald

Cookbook: Bisquey Move, Will Grunewald

Snow Reservations, Will Grunewald, Jennifer Hazard, and Brian Kevin

Good Things From Maine; Craft; Glass Act, Molly Haley Photographer and Jesse Ellison

Outdoors; Twilight of the Diehards: Baxter State Park retires an age-old and way cold tradition, Brian Kevin

North By East; The Maine Woods: Last Stand, Philip Kiefer

Maine Homes; House Tour; Cold Comfort, Meadow Rue Merrill Photographer

Dining: The Mountain Room, Joe Ricchio

Room With a View; The Chicken Shed, Susan Hand Shetterly

Maine Homes; Antiques Roadshow, Sarah Stebbins

My Favorite Place: Water Cove, Phippsburg, Benjamin Williamson Photographer

Wares: Talking Heads, Virginia M. Wright

Submissions from 2018

5 on the Future: Keeping a Wary Eye on the Economy

American Airlines Expands to Chicago

Bada Bing: Stonewall Kitchen makes first acquisition

Battle Brewing Over Botanical Gardens' Expansion

Fishermen Express Concerns About Offshore Wind Turbines

KeyBank's Regional Manager is a Team Builder

Maine Coast Builds Its Leadership Team to Keep Pace with Growth

Maine Housing Programs Get Federal Grants

Mining Firm Starts Test Drilling on Pickett

Naples Golf and Country Club Will Close

Noteworthy: Midcoast & Down East

Noteworthy: Northern & Eastern

Noteworthy; Southern Maine

Noteworthy; Statewide

Noteworthy; Statewide

Noteworthy; Statewide

Office Vacancy Rate in Portland at 10-Year Low

On the Record [with] Patrick R. Dunn

South Portland Board OKs Avesta Projec

Waterville to Get Its First Microbrewery

Science Museum's Pricing in Line with Competitors, But Expenses Led to Closure, Peter Van Allen

WEX and IDEXX Bring Home the Bacon for Investors, Peter Van Allen

2018: Outlook: Boston Fed's Fuhrer Sees Moderate Growth, Renee Cordes

CMP Aims to Deliver Canadian Hydropower to Several Utilities in Bay State by 2022, Renee Cordes

Dialing for Dollars: Dollar Stores Zero in on Maine, Renee Cordes

Focus piece about trailblazer Pat Weigel, president and CEO of Norway Savings Bank, Renee Cordes

Grand Rounds' Healthy Business; San Francisco-Based Start-Up is Staffing up in Lewiston, Renee Cordes

How Important is Maine's Law's Rise in U.S. News & World Report Rankings?, Renee Cordes

Isle au Haut to Build Solar-Powered Smart Energy Microgrid, Renee Cordes

Kittery vs. Freeport; Different Ways of Coping with Shifting Retail Trends, Renee Cordes

Lending a Hand to Small Businesses, Renee Cordes

Maine Public Calling; CEO Volgelzang Charts A New Course for the Radio and TV Broadcaster, Renee Cordes

Millennials & Money; How Financial Planners are Catering to a New Generation of Investors, Renee Cordes

New Mainers Make Their Mark; Immigrant Entrepreneurs Overcome Obstacles to Launch Small Businesses, Renee Cordes

On the Record [with] Becky McKinnell, Renee Cordes

On the Record [with] Dianna Pozdniakov, Renee Cordes

On The Record [with] Gene Ardito, Renee Cordes

On the Record [with] Jeff Lidinsky, Renee Cordes

On The Record [with] Kate Vickery, Renee Cordes

On the Record [with] Kimberly Twitchell, Renee Cordes

On the Record [with] Michele Cole, Renee Cordes

On the Record [with] Rob Souza, Renee Cordes

Rescue Misson; Recruiting Emergency Medical Workers Revs Up in Maine, Renee Cordes

Reshaping Portland's Waterfront; A Flurry of Development East to West in Maine's Largest City, Renee Cordes

Taking the Temperature: Execs Weigh in on Maine Business in 2018, Renee Cordes

The $52 Million IT Firm You May Not Have Heard Of, Renee Cordes

Tilson's Mission Man; Broder Leads the Fast-Growing Portland Firm Toward $77M in Annual Sales, Renee Cordes

Workspaces Reinvented ; Employers Invest in Office Space to Engage Staff and Attract New Hires, Renee Cordes and Tim Greenway, photographer

Commentary; Closing the Skill Gap by Investing in Education, Martha Johnston

Maine's Highest-Paid Lobbyists; Ranked by Compensation Reported to the Maine Ethics Commission, 2017, Heide Martin, Compiler

Maine's Highest-Paid State Employees; Ranked by Total Annual Compensation, 2017, Heide Martin, Compiler

Greening of the Office; Plantwerks Creates a Living Wall at UNE's Biddeford Campus, James McCarthy

Largest Finance Authority of Maine Loans; Ranked by FAME Loan Amount, 2017, Stephanie R. Meagher,

Largest Maine-Based Banks; Ranked by Total Assets as of Dec. 31, 2017, Stephanie R. Meagher,

Largest Maine-based Construction Companies; Ranked by 2017 Revenue, Stephanie R. Meagher,

Largest Residential Mortgage Lenders in Maine; Ranked by 2016 Maine Dollars Originated, Stephanie R. Meagher,

Maine-Based Public Companies; Ranked by Fiscal-Year Revenue, 2017, Stephanie R. Meagher,

Maine Largest Brewers; Ranked by Annual Production in Barrels, Stephanie R. Meagher,

Maine's Largest Employee-Owned Business; Ranked by Numbers of Maine Employees, Stephanie R. Meagher,

Maine's Largest Family-Owned Businesses; Ranked by Number of Maine Employees, Stephanie R. Meagher,

Maine's Largest Nursing and Assisted-Living Homes; Ranked by Total Number of Nursing and Assisted-Living Beds as of February 2018, Stephanie R. Meagher,

Maine's Largest Power Plants; Ranked by Summer Generating Capacity in Megawatts, Stephanie R. Meagher,

Maine's Largest SBA Loans; Ranked by Loan Amount, 2017, Stephanie R. Meagher,

The List. Maine's Largest Chambers of Commerce, Ranked by Membership as of January 2018, Stephanie R. Meagher,

A Blank Slate; Augusta Former Mill Site Represents Hope, Challenges for Capital City, Maureen Milliken

A Quiet Economic Generator; Auburn-Lewiston Airport Taxies Down Runway into New Era, Maureen Milliken

A Sense of Place; Tourism: Maine Arts-and-Cultural Attractions Entice Visitors to Look Beyond Lobsters and Lighthouses, Maureen Milliken

Bootstrapping 101; Financing a Startup Is About More Than The Money, Maureen Milliken

Brunswick Landing Eyes Energy Self-Reliance with Solar Array, Maureen Milliken

Fiberight Site to Convert Trash to Fuel and More, Maureen Milliken

High Performance Housing; Passive House Construction Is Surging in Maine, Maureen Milliken

Lawmakers Tackle Human Resources Issues in Short Session in Augusta, Maureen Milliken

Location, Location...Co-Location; Coworking Evolving Into More Than Just A 'Gig Economy' Mainstay, Maureen Milliken

Maine Colleges Continue to Tackle Energy Sustainability, Maureen Milliken

Maine Credit Unions Provide $100,000 Toward Hunger Effort, Maureen Milliken

Not Your Grandparents' Old Folks' Home, Maureen Milliken

On the Record [with] David Turin, Maureen Milliken

On The Record [with] Katie Doherty, Maureen Milliken

Rural Broadband Wavers; Facing Up to Rural Maine's Biggest Economic Development Issue, Maureen Milliken

Summer Means Visitors - And Construction; Retailers 'Making Lemonade' Out of Disruptive Road Projects, Maureen Milliken

Summit Natural Gas of Maine Project Near Goal Five Years Later, Maureen Milliken

The Face of the Place; Under Steve Levesque, Brunswick Landing Delivers on a Promise, Maureen Milliken

Waterville's Hot Single-Family Home Market Isn't Cooling Down, Maureen Milliken