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 1996

Op-Ed piece explaining why the author joined Carolyn Chute's Second Maine Militi, Ed King

"Out of Context." Cartoon depicting actual conversations overheard at the Topsh, Ed King

"Out of Context." Cartoon depicting actual conversations overheard in the Chris, Ed King

"Out of Context. Cartoon depicting conversations overheard at the June Fitzpatr, Ed King

Competition from large supermarkets and small home businesses is threatening Asi, Terri Winter Messer

Faxes and electronic mail have done nothing to diminish the popularity of courie, Terri Winter Messer

From October 28 to November 5, 1995, the Society of American Foresters met in Po, Terri Winter Messer

Mercy Hospital's Express Care, a walk-in service for non-life-threatening medica, Terri Winter Messer

Partners George Howard, Michael Royer, and Donald Talbot have set out to revital, Terri Winter Messer

Portland area colleges report that despite a highly competitive job market, rece, Terri Winter Messer

Profile of Child Care Connections, which connects parents in need of child care, Terri Winter Messer

Scarborough Middle School is Maine's newest school and the first to be air condi, Terri Winter Messer

Since the state legislature passed Med '94, which restricts Medicaid nursing hom, Terri Winter Messer

The Convention & Visitors Bureau named Sally Nelson of The Longfellow Group a "l, Terri Winter Messer

Despite disappointment last winter, greater Portland retailers are cautiously op, Terri Winter Messer and Sara Walbridge

"Letters" from collection attorney Susan Szwed denying that she calls the people, Susan J. Szwed and Chris Hyde

After the 170,000-gallon oil spill into Portland harbor last September, JBF Envi, Sara Walbridge

Detailed profiles of two Portland artists who have opened their own stores: Sara, Sara Walbridge

For 20 years, Ken Kantro was in business by himself at Lovell Designs in Lovell,, Sara Walbridge

Glenn Gaudin's Portland Piano Exchange & Violin Shop on Congress Street is great, Sara Walbridge

In 1992, Linekin Bay Fabrics founder and Portland Public Library trustee Robin W, Sara Walbridge

Interview with Portland business consultant -- and Biz columnist -- Ron Hager., Sara Walbridge

Maine's increasingly diversified workforce relies more and more on flex time, jo, Sara Walbridge

On June 19, Coastal Enterprises, Inc., in Wiscasset announced the establishment, Sara Walbridge

Profile of the Papier Gourmet stationery store in Portland, and its owner, Merry, Sara Walbridge

Profile of two Portland executive "headhunters." In 1995, David Perkins moved h, Sara Walbridge

The city of Portland is hoping for a $90,000 Superfund grant to conduct a Brownf, Sara Walbridge

The client list of Portland interior designer Lisa Whited reads like a Who's Who, Sara Walbridge

The Foreside Company, which imports from 15 countries, has received a $3 million, Sara Walbridge

The Maine Turnpike Authority has been reviewing various traffic plans to stimula, Sara Walbridge

The new Portland-South Portland bridge is expected to decrease traffic on Waterm, Sara Walbridge

The South Portland Parks & Recreation Department has new plans underway. The fi, Sara Walbridge

When David Bateman proposed to build a luxury resort and corporate retreat in th, Sara Walbridge

Interview with Biz law columnist Len Gulino, who specializes in business law and, Sara Walbridge and Len Gulino

Maine doctors and insurers are increasingly willing to acknowledge non-tradition, Sara Walbridge and Chris Hyde

"Letters" from interior designer Lisa Whited correcting a previous article's att, Lisa Whited

Submissions from 1995

Although both Northern Sky Toyz stores were making a profit, the strain of opera

Business contributions account for 25 percent of the $1 million Portland Museum

Chart showing results of survey of Maine employers, by region, regarding their p

Editorial suggesting that Portlanders are obsessed with the city's real and imag

Established by Brighton Medical Center in 1982, Portland's Center for Health Pro

Following a national trend, Maine businesses are increasingly turning to tempora

In 1991, Shirley Rosen of Maine Job Service formed the Unemployed Professionals

"In Short." Barber Foods hired Portland Adult Education to offer citizenship cl

"In Short." The University of Maine will open its Portland Centre this month.

Mainers Deborah Cook of Cook Consulting and Patrick Murphy of PanAtlantic Consul

Profile of Bill Demmons and his under-funded Zero Gravity Diving Center, which t

Profile of Great Northern Recycling, Inc., and its president, Peter Bolduc. Afte

Project Portland's Cops in Shops program has entered its second phase. Police of

"Real estate update." Blue Cross/Blue Shield is considering returning part of i

"Real estate update." Stone Coast Brewing will move into The Cannery building i

"Real estate update." The 4000 square feet under the Fore Street garage in Port

Retirement community directors are seeing a new trend: many of those who retired

The Rainbow Business and Professional Organization, founded September 1, is a 52

The University of Southern Maine forecasts that December 1995 retail sales, adju

Two Greater Portland non-profits, VNA & Hospice and Community Health Services, p

When Maine Medical Center and Brighton Medical Center merged last year, Mercy ho

Alan Brigham, director of the Office of Business Development in the state Depart, Chris Hyde

Served by NYNEX and 23 independent telephone companies, Maine has the highest in, Chris Hyde

Submissions from 1905

"Best Places to Work in Maine: Annual Report 2007" with brief articles on the fo

"Meeting & Event Planning Guide 2004"