The new world champions are getting a special gift from one of Maine’s best-known companies.
People will soon be able to read, work, watch movies and listen to music from gate to gate, but they still can’t talk on cellphones in flight.
Wall Street’s big October gains tempered by the month’s slow finish.
A report from a D.C.-based nonprofit identifies the challenges posed by River Road in Westbrook, Route 302 in Bridgton, Pine Point Crossing Bridge in Scarborough and others.
Educate Maine releases a report gauging students on a variety of factors affecting education.
The Governor arrived in Bogota Wednesday after a visit to Mexico City.
The Southern California city of Irwindale requests to cease operations at the Huy Fong Foods factory until the company can reduce the pungent smell of pepper and garlic fumes emanating from the plant.
The report says Stonington was the No. 1 Maine port for the value of the seafood landed there, at $46 million. Virtually all of Stonington’s catch is lobsters.
Datebook for Oct. 29
The tablet is losing market share to cheaper alternatives.
Leaders call for the suspension of the ‘Safe Harbor’ business agreement.
A conference Friday in Portland will showcase advances in digital fabrication.
Usually its the businesses that get burned by a star’s bad behavior, but in the latest case, rap artist Jay-Z takes heat over his partner Barneys.