LANCASTER — The redevelopment of the historic Parker J. Noyes building is complete. The Northern Forest Center reports that six apartments are ready for occupancy and the first tenants are expected to move in next week. The four-year, $3.5 million project is a cornerstone of downtown revitalization efforts. It also addresses a regional workforce housing shortage.
- A lit candle in a resident’s apartment caused a fire to break out in the Bemis Block Apartments building
- More details have emerged in a road rage incident that occurred on Saturday night