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    Home ::: Maine ::: Newcastle

    Population: 692

    Total Males: 338
    Total Females: 354
    Median Household Income: $ 45536
    Total Households: 342
    Full U.S. census data is available here.

    Business Industries in Newcastle

    Below is a list of the types of businesses in the City of Newcastle for which we have Yellow Pages business listings. If you do not see your industry within the list below, adding your business will automatically create it.
    Accountants Advertising - All Advertising Agencies & Consultants
    Air Conditioning Contractors & Systems Alternative Medicine Antiques
    Apartments Architects Architectural Engineers
    Arthritis Specialists Arts & Crafts Shops Auto Body Work
    Auto Buyers Auto Dealers - New Cars Auto Painting & Repair
    Auto Renting & Leasing Auto Transmissions Auto Transport
    Balloons & Novelties Banks - All Barbers
    Beauty Salons Bed & Breakfast Accommodations & Inns Boat Builders & Yards
    Bookkeeping Service Breakfast Restaurants Bridal Shops
    Building Contractors Building Materials Building Materials & Supplies
    Business & Vocational Schools Cabinet Makers Car Financing & Loans
    Caterers Children & Infant Clothing Churches
    Churches & Religious Organizations Clinics Construction Companies
    Consulting Engineers Contact Lenses Counseling Services
    Dentists Department Stores Directory & Guide Advertising
    Driving Instruction Engineers - All Entertainers - All
    Environmental & Ecological Conservation Excavating Contractors Financing
    Floor Laying Refinishing & Resurfacing Florists Flowers Plants & Gifts
    Funeral Directors & Homes Garden Centers Gas - Propane
    Gas Companies General Contractors Geriatric Care
    Gifts - All Glass - Auto Plate & Window Hair Removal Replacement & Products
    Health Services Heating & Ventilating Contractors High Schools
    Home Builders Home Health Services Hospices
    Hotels & Motels Housing Authorities & Agencies Human Services Organizations
    Internet & Online Services Internet Products & Services Job Training Services
    Landscape Contractors Landscaping Equipment & Supplies Lawyers - All
    Libraries Marriage & Family Counselors Massage Therapy
    Mental Health Services Movers Neurologists
    Nurses Office Furniture & Equipment Oil & Gas Exploration & Development
    Oil & Lubrication Oils - Fuel Ophthalmologists
    Optical Goods Physicians & Surgeons Plumbers
    Plumbing Contractors Police Departments Private Schools
    Psychologists Public Libraries Real Estate - All
    Real Estate - Commercial & Investment Real Estate Agents Relocation Service
    Remodeling & Repairing Contractors Rental Agencies - Property Restaurants - All
    Retirement Communities & Homes Retirement Planning Consultants & Services Roofing Contractors
    Schools - All Senior Services Sheet Metal Work Contractors
    Skin Care Social Service & Welfare Organizations Special Academic Education
    Tax Consultants Tile & Ceramic Contractors Tourist Attractions & Information
    Trailer Renting & Leasing Travel Agencies & Bureaus Truck Parts
    Truck Repairing & Service

    Brief Information About Newcastle

    The town of Newcastle is located in the county of Lincoln. It covers a total area of 84.36 sq. km. Industries related to advertising, architecture, construction, automotive, propane gas, hotel, oil and lubrication, real estate and education, contribute to the local economy in a positive way. Commercial spaces are utilized by restaurants, facilities for truck repairing services and bed and breakfast accommodations inns.

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