Jul 5, 2016 6:25 PM
The owner of a Gonic firearms store, Ernie Shipman, has been worried about the future after his business was damaged by a six-alarm fire.
But thanks to the support of the community, new doors have opened for Renaissance Firearms at 55 Calef Highway in Rochester - its new location.
The new building is larger than the one in Gonic and Shipman says he’s glad to be open again.
Renaissance Firearms will hold its grand re-opening on Friday.
An adjacent restaurant and apartment building were completely destroyed in the same fire, displacing 12 residents.
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