For the first time ‘ever’, Americans are spending more money eating out than they are at grocery stores. The reason, experts think, is making something at home may not end up tasting as good when you pay someone else to do it for you.
Maine gas prices this week went up about once cent per gallon. In a week that saw increased prices early in the week and then saw prices drop later in the week, ended up with an average of $2.39 per gallon up one cent from last week.
Believe it or not, summer is coming to Maine, and Mainers and tourists alike are getting some good news. A recent U.S. Energy Information Administration projection is showing that the national average summer gasoline price at $2.45 a gallon.
Seems hard to believe because it’s been around for so long, but experts predict the world has about 20 years’ worth of minable gold left. Gold has been the sign of wealth for 4,000 years and this year may be when it sees its peak.
If you've never been to a Business to Business Showcase with the Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce, I strongly encourage you to do so! They have one coming up this Thursday, May 26th from Noon - 6pm. It will be at the Colby College Field House in Waterville.