Friday, December 6, 2013
The parade will begin at 7 p.m. at Skowhegan Savings Bank on Elm Street, led by grand marshals Miss Maine USA and Miss Maine Teen.
The town’s code enforcement officer says he is hopeful the farmer will correct the problem before town officials take enforcement action against him.
The sign came down Monday, the doors were locked, the lights turned off and the Tim Hortons coffee shop and restaurant on Madison Avenue was closed.
Parents of a 28-year-old U.S. Army veteran shot and killed by a Farmington police officer in 2011 have filed a lawsuit in federal court seeking unspecified monetary damages for civil rights violations and the wrongful death of their son.
Christine Swihart, 61, lost control of her pickup truck on a patch of ice, police said.
The Dexters bought the historic cinema from John Moore, owner of Narrow Gauge Cinemas.
A roughly 100-foot-tall pine tree that crashed onto the entrance of the town’s historic Swinging Bridge was the among damage from the high winds that hit the area Sunday.
Central Maine Power Company will have crews working throughout the day today to restore power to an estimated 5,000 customers still without power.
New jail industry hoped to support programs, some jail expenses.
Police sealed off a house with crime scene tape Saturday but released few additional details about the case.