Friday, December 13, 2013
A Mount Pleasant Street fire Wednesday night appears to have started near a dryer on the first floor, although the cause remains unknown, according to officials.
The cause and origin of the fire, which damaged a two-story apartment building, are being investigated.
Gas company says the project is still on track to lower heating costs for the Kennebec Valley over the course of the next few months.
Mill’s decision to stop shipping via rail prompts Pan Am to say it’s no longer economical for the railroad to operate north to Anson.
The college is working with a local economic development group to offer college classes at three high schools beginning in the spring.
A set of proposed amendments that will help the town work on community development projects passed at a special town meeting Monday night.
Voters will be asked to approve amendments to the 2006 TIF agreement at a special town meeting Monday night.
Light snowfall throughout the day Sunday contributed to a number of accidents. Rain is expected later in the week.
An accidental kitchen fire that spread through the rest of the house was the cause of the fire, according to Anson Fire Chief Jeremy Manzer.
Stores in downtown Skowhegan said business was off to a good start on Saturday, which in recent years has been promoted as a day for patronizing local stores.