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2021 “Spotlight” Membership and Resource Guide ›

Learn more about our region and connect with hundreds of businesses and organizations that sustain our local economy and make this a fantastic place to live and work. This annual guide is an excellent resource for those relocating to our community. Inserted into 14,000+ local editions of the Bangor Daily News, provided at our Golf…

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Member Referral March ›

Member Referral March! Invest in our region’s economic prosperity by working together and building up our neighbor businesses.  Help our community flourish! Do you know a business that would benefit from joining the Bangor Region Chamber of Commerce network?  Then let us know! When a referred business joins the Bangor Region Chamber of Commerce during…

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Annual Report 2019 Advertising Opportunity ›

Printed in January, this edition is handed out to attendees at our Annual Business Awards Dinner on January 24th, mailed to member businesses, displayed in our Visitor’s Center  and also placed in our new member and relocation packs.  Our Annual Report contains: Annual Award winner Profiles; President’s Message; Program Updates and Member List.   Our…

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Maine Shared Community Health Needs Assessment ›

The Maine Shared Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA), a unique collaborative led by Central Maine Healthcare, EMHS, MaineGeneral, MaineHealth, the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention of the Maine Department of Health and Human Services (Maine CDC), is pleased to announce the launch of the 2019 Shared CHNA. According to Doug Michael, Chief Community…

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How Not to Use Surveillance in an FMLA Situation ›

By Rudman Winchell Attorney By Anne-Marie L. Storey, Esq. A recent decision from the US District Court in Idaho provides some useful reminders of what can constitute interference and retaliation under the FMLA. As our readers know, it is a violation of the federal FMLA to interfere with, restrain, or deny the exercise or attempted…

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