A project one year in the making is reaching the finish line, and some say it’s a game changing opportunity for Saint Albans.
“We came here on our wedding day. Just him and I, we have four kids that have grown and flown,” said homeowner Anna Gagne. Now what's left of the Gagne's home of 42 years is charred and ash.
Saint Albans received a $380,000 grant to revitalize their downtown last year, and now people are seeing the results.
“Just hopped in a car to show it to a customer, and heard this loud noise underneath,” said owner of Moore’s Quality Used Cars. “Something was missing." Moore isn't the only one who has this problem.
The blooms are back. Over the weekend Saint Albans Bay was covered by blue-green algae, the first major bloom of the summer.