Great Northern cites low market prices and high costs. Employees will still report and work on finding operating efficiencies.
Legislators reject a bill to bar schools and employers from demanding access to private accounts, but, concerned about intrusiveness, they opt for more study.
Jeanne Hulit of Falmouth was an interim part of President Obama’s Cabinet for five months.
The statewide increase countered a drop in sales nationally.
The chain has been working to respond to a shift in eating habits toward fresher or healthier foods, but those efforts have yet to take hold.
The Maine Department of Labor says the glitch halted processing of unemployment checks, direct deposits and other notifications this week.
Railroads and locomotive makers are looking primarily at ways to retrofit existing engines to burn a mix of diesel and natural gas because that will be the easiest way to adopt the new technology.
Their first-of-its-kind plan calls for projects to expand transmission lines and gas pipeline capacity in the region by 20% in three years.
Rulings in two nations clear the way for a New York group to buy Montreal, Maine and Atlantic Railways, which was involved in a deadly oil train derailment in Canada last summer.
The goal is a treaty next year to lower emissions from burning coal and oil.
Heating assistance requests double last year’s during the most frigid winter in more than 10 years.
The granola company’s products evolve and sales rise, but ‘quality of life’ is still what matters most.
The company basks in Wall Street’s adulation as its stock surges more than 17 percent.
She says the city is amazing for having so much music going at so many venues.