SANFORD — The city and state fire marshals are investigating a two-alarm fire that occurred in the front structure of the Stenton Trust Mill complex at 13 River St. on Thursday morning.According to Lt. Eric Beecher, local firefighters were alerted to the fire at 6:35 a.m. and knocked it down and cleared the scene roughly three hours later.
Shawn Sullivan BIDDEFORD, Maine — The three juveniles charged with arson in the blaze that destroyed the Stenton Trust Mill on River Street appeared in Maine District Court in Biddeford on Thursday, and were ordered by Judge Daniel F. Driscoll to undergo evaluations.The Sanford boys — a 12-year-old and two 13-year-olds — are due back in court in October for adjudication hearings, according to court records of Thursday morning's proceedings. Two of them have a court date for Oct. 12; one of...
Shawn Sullivan SANFORD, Maine — A blaze destroyed one of the historic Stenton Trust Mills at 13 River Street on Friday night, sending thick, black plumes of smoke so high into the sky they could be seen from miles around.Firefighters battled the inferno completely from the exterior, attacking the flames directly and doing everything possible to keep them from jumping to the twin mill that runs closely and parallel to it.First reports of the fire at the vacant structure surfaced at around...
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