Monthly Archives: May 2016

Brunswick Naval Air Station Closing – Five Years Later

Tory Ryden, WCSH BRUNSWICK, Maine (NEWS CENTER) — Five years ago Tuesday, the Brunswick Naval Air Station was officially decommissioned, thousands of people left the state and the question loomed: What would happen at the empty base? Five years later, we now know the answer to that question: the Brunswick base would not stay empty [...]

Former air base flies past five-year goals for recovery from shutdown

Darryl Chase of STARC Systems works on a wall module at TechPlace, an emerging business at Brunswick Landing. Co-founder Bruce Bickford says the company is on pace to triple production and "TechPlace has been a great place to be." The wall art remains from the former naval air base. Photos by Shawn Patrick Ouellette/Staff [...]

Tyler, Wayfair and SaviLinx searching for 1,700 workers

  BY JAMES MCCARTHY The prospect of hiring up to 550 new workers over the next decade, including dozens of highly coveted software developers and IT specialists, isn't keeping Tyler Technologies' Christopher Hepburn and Robert Sansone up at nights. Even though it will nearly double the number of employees the company will have in Maine, [...]

Jobs filling up at SaviLinx

BY DOUGLAS MCINTIRE Times Record Staff BRUNSWICK - Following an announcement in March that the company will be adding 200 more jobs to the 100 already employed at SaviLinx, founder Heather Blease says business keeps coming in and jobs are filling up. SaviLinx was founded in 2013 with offices in Mississippi as well as its [...]