Sign In:


PORTLAND PRESS HERALD DARKROOM
Skowhegan fireworks story launches weeks after town lifts ban

/

Helpful tips...

esc button

Use the LEFT / RIGHT keys to navigate the Darkroom

esc button

Use the UP key to show captions

esc button

Use the DOWN key to hide captions

esc button

Use the ESC key to close Darkroom

Find other amazing Darkroom photos below

X
  • Hide
    Skowhegan fireworks story launches weeks after town lifts ban - Staff photo by David Leaming | of | Share this photo

    Steve Marson, owner of the new Pyro City Maine store in Skowhegan, talks on Wednesday about his plans for a grand opening Saturday. Voters at Town Meeting lifted the ban on sales of fireworks in Skowhegan.

    Show
  • Hide
    Skowhegan fireworks story launches weeks after town lifts ban - Staff photo by David Leaming | of | Share this photo

    Ian Marson unpacks fireworks in the new Pyro City Maine store in Skowhegan as he and others stock shelves Thursday to be ready for the grand opening this Saturday. The store is expected to sell up to $150,000 worth of fireworks before the Fourth of July.

    Show
  • Hide
    Skowhegan fireworks story launches weeks after town lifts ban - Staff photo by David Leaming | of | Share this photo

    Bill Varnum unpacks fireworks in the new Pyro City Maine store in Skowhegan as he and others stock shelves Thursday to be ready for the opening this Saturday, just in time for the Fourth of July.

    Show
  • Hide
    Skowhegan fireworks story launches weeks after town lifts ban - Staff photo by David Leaming | of | Share this photo

    Boxes of consumer fireworks fill the shelves at the new Pyro City Maine store in Skowhegan that is scheduled to have a grand opening Saturday. The store is expected to sell up to $150,000 worth of fireworks before the Fourth of July.

    Show
  • Hide
    Skowhegan fireworks story launches weeks after town lifts ban - Staff photo by David Leaming | of | Share this photo

    Vern Carlow, an employee of the new Pyro City Maine store in Skowhegan, and other employees stock shelves with consumer fireworks that will go one sale just in time for the Fourth of July.

    Show
  • Hide
    Skowhegan fireworks story launches weeks after town lifts ban - File photo by Jeff Pouland | of | Share this photo

    Fireworks light up the sky over the Hathaway Creative Center on July 4, 2014, in Waterville. The fireworks show, presented by Central Maine Pyrotechnics, was part of the Winslow Family 4th of July Celebration. The event has since moved to Clinton, where the same company will produce the display this year, the owner said.

    Show