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Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Renovation work on the interior of the old Prevo's store location on Washington Street, last occupied by Fine Print Bookstore and Castle Classics, commences as workmen from T & W Corp, Indianapolis, begin gutting the interior. The building will become the future home of a bookstore and Starbucks coffee shop as part of the Stellar Community Grant awarded to Greencastle. [Order this photo]

Group leader Mark Smith (left) confers with another workman about how he wants to handle the double-door entry on the west end of the building in downtown Greencastle. [Order this photo]
Crews have discovered pieces of the building's past, such as a section of a painting on particle board. [Click to enlarge] [Order this photo]

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Like the small town of Greencastle really needs yet another BIG CORP biz to run all the small biz out again. Support your LOCAL small biz, keep the money in YOUR community, not in the pockets of BIG CORP CEO's!!!

-- Posted by Zoth on Wed, May 2, 2012, at 2:23 PM

I'm saddened to see that local contractors were not chosen to do the work.

-- Posted by exPutnamCoGirl on Wed, May 2, 2012, at 5:03 PM

You have to be an approved vendor with Indiana to work for them under contract,it's that simple....

-- Posted by kubotafan on Wed, May 2, 2012, at 6:28 PM

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