A vacant building at the corner of Morrisville Carpenter Road and N.C. 54., home at various times to a grocery store and antique furniture shop, was torn down in late October. Town Council members took a crack at it with a sledgehammer on the morning of Friday, Oct. 21 before stepping aside and letting the heavy machinery take over the job.
A vacant building at the corner of Morrisville Carpenter Road and N.C. 54., home at various times to a grocery store and antique furniture shop, was torn down in late October. Town Council members took a crack at it with a sledgehammer on the morning of Friday, Oct. 21 before stepping aside and letting the heavy machinery take over the job. Stephanie Smith Town of Morrisville
A vacant building at the corner of Morrisville Carpenter Road and N.C. 54., home at various times to a grocery store and antique furniture shop, was torn down in late October. Town Council members took a crack at it with a sledgehammer on the morning of Friday, Oct. 21 before stepping aside and letting the heavy machinery take over the job. Stephanie Smith Town of Morrisville

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