Posts Tagged: Business

  • New shared workspace to open April 1 in Bar Harbor

    New shared workspace to open April 1 in Bar Harbor

    BAR HARBOR — For professionals looking for a workspace without a lot of overhead, your ship has come in. Anchorspace at 337 Main St. in downtown Bar Harbor opens April 1. The shared workspace will provide a home for businesses, nonprofits and freelancers who need access to affordable office space, and for anyone else looking

  • Ellsworth American named best in New England

    Ellsworth American named best in New England

    BOSTON — The Ellsworth American was named New England’s best large-circulation weekly newspaper Saturday night at the New England Newspaper & Press Association annual meeting at the Seaport Hotel. The American took first in the General Excellence competition, a category that takes into account all aspects of a newspaper’s content and appearance. The American and

  • Strong Brewing Co.closed for expansion

    SEDGWICK — Strong Brewing Co. in Sedgwick is expanding and is temporarily closed. Al and Mia Strong are expanding both the tap room and the brewing system, which will result in expanded hours of operation in addition to more space. The couple had hoped to reopen the first week of March, but winter weather has

  • FairPoint, unions reach tentative agreements

    FairPoint, unions reach tentative agreements

    ELLSWORTH — FairPoint Communications Inc., System Council T-9 of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Locals 2320, 2326 and 2327 and the Communications Workers of America Local 1400 announced Thursday that they have reached tentative agreements on the terms for new collective bargaining agreements. According to a statement from a FairPoint spokesman, the terms of

  • Council backs broadband Internet project

    Council backs broadband Internet project

    ELLSWORTH — Faster Internet service for parts of the city is a step closer to reality after a vote by the City Council Feb. 9. While the coverage area for such service will be limited at first, city officials and Internet experts said it should pave the way for expanded offerings in the future. Councilors