The North Limestone Community Development Corp. won a $550,000 Knight Cities Challenge grant in 2015 to help buy a 1920s bus station on Loudon Avenue and renovate it into a public market and local food hub.
The North Limestone Community Development Corp. won a $550,000 Knight Cities Challenge grant in 2015 to help buy a 1920s bus station on Loudon Avenue and renovate it into a public market and local food hub. Tom Eblen teblen@herald-leader.com
The North Limestone Community Development Corp. won a $550,000 Knight Cities Challenge grant in 2015 to help buy a 1920s bus station on Loudon Avenue and renovate it into a public market and local food hub. Tom Eblen teblen@herald-leader.com

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