Business

Maine Companies receive over $2 Million

At its November meeting, the Maine Technology Institute (MTI) Board of Directors approved six new Development Awards for Maine companies working in the areas of information technology, environmental technology, precision manufacturing and advanced technologies in forestry and agriculture. Awards ranged from $61,300 up to $500,000 combine for a total investment by MTI of $2,000,819.

Teens with Back Pain

Poor posture and heavy back packs are causing pain and health problems for young people, chiropractic and muscular strengthening are the key to correcting this problem.  Free postural and strength testing November 13, 2010 from 10 AM-1 PM. Space is limited call to schedule your appointment. 
Sport, Spine & Rehab, Kittery, Maine 207-439-9045.

Sport, Spine & Rehab, LLC in Kittery, Maine offers free chiropratic care for returning veterans. See website for more information. 74 State Rd, Kittery, Maine 207-439-9045.

Ribbon Cutting at Shore-Built Construction and Woodworking

Shore-Built Construction and Woodworking recently opened their cabinetry showroom at 54 Woodbridge Road in York.  After 34 years in the building and woodworking business, Shore-Built's handcrafted, full-custom cabinets and vanities are now available direct to the general public and those in the building trades.  "These direct-to-consumer cabinets eliminate the middlemen and will save consumers hundreds to thousands for an exceptional product," stated Bob LeClair, the owner and President of Shore-Built. 
 
The showroom displays a range of cabinets  including a cottage-style beadboard kitchen and island.  Shore-Built also carries their line of home goods, S&B Originals, which includes butcher block tops, kitchen carts, cutting boards and pottery.  All of their wood products are handcrafted on-site including professionally-carved signs.  Their showroom is open to the public during the week, except Monday, from 10 a.m.

Delise Decor's Drool-Worthy Home Collection Hits the Web

Summer vacation is well behind us, but if you didn’t make it to Maine you can still "get there from here" by visiting http://www.delisedecor.com/

DeLise Decor, Portland, Maine's newest home decor shop announces the launch of their website, which features a broad selection from their unique and unusual home furnishings collection.

DeLise Decor opened its doors in the Portland’s bustling Old Port district in June, and has been creating a buzz ever since. Apartment Therapy (www.apartmenttherapy.com) has hailed the DeLise Decor collection as "drool-worthy" and locals and visitors alike are finding an enchanting experience at the shop.

Owner Lisa Daggett spent the last 13 years in New York City and has moved back to her native Maine to open the shop. She and her team of pickers comb the New England landscape for vintage and antique paraphernalia.