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The operation, which requires a $70 million investment, could be up and running by the end of 2014.
The fast-food Mexican chain is performing better than many of its competitiors, including McDonald’s and Burger King.
The company makes the rare decision amid the battle over a proposed South Portland ordinance.
As immigrant populations expand, the nation’s menu reflects its transformation.
The weekly jobless claims report was the only government economic data released during the shutdown.
But those who speak in support of easing the standards say the changes would create jobs.
The Maine operator says he’s ‘confident’ service will begin in May, but with the time to book tours elapsing, some are skeptical.
Renewed interest in metallic mining of metals in Aroostook County’s Bald Mountain triggered an update of Maine’s mining regulations.
Unless a long-term agreement is reached, the government – and the economy – will contend with new deadlines early next year.
She runs Might & Main in Portland, a business marketing firm that prides itself on resourcefulness
The download is free for owners of Windows 8 and available starting at 7 a.m. Thursday in New York.
Even these savviest of social media users may not realize how their posts can come back to haunt them.
The defendants say there were led astray by their former boss and in the dark about his epic fraud.
Burns & McDonnell is working on CMP’s $1.55 billion power grid upgrade.
A wet spring slowed harvesting and a cold forecast boosted demand, leaving a very low supply before winter even starts.