An empty building once owned by Micro-City Government, at 153 Race Street in Lexington, was torn down Wednesday. The youth program was created in 1969 by Ron Berry, who was convicted of sex crimes in 2000.
An empty building once owned by Micro-City Government, at 153 Race Street in Lexington, was torn down Wednesday. The youth program was created in 1969 by Ron Berry, who was convicted of sex crimes in 2000. Lexington Herald-Leader
An empty building once owned by Micro-City Government, at 153 Race Street in Lexington, was torn down Wednesday. The youth program was created in 1969 by Ron Berry, who was convicted of sex crimes in 2000. Lexington Herald-Leader

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