The new open space for the children's reading area is almost ready for kids again Wednesday lacking only the refurbished chairs and bins that were damaged in a February vandal-set fire at Leesville Community Library in northwest Raleigh. The library is set to reopen to the public this Saturday.
The new open space for the children's reading area is almost ready for kids again Wednesday lacking only the refurbished chairs and bins that were damaged in a February vandal-set fire at Leesville Community Library in northwest Raleigh. The library is set to reopen to the public this Saturday. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
The new open space for the children's reading area is almost ready for kids again Wednesday lacking only the refurbished chairs and bins that were damaged in a February vandal-set fire at Leesville Community Library in northwest Raleigh. The library is set to reopen to the public this Saturday. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

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