Co-owners Ryan Condon, left, and Laban Chappell look over flood damage to the Old Mill shopping center in Lexington in fall 2015. One tenant, the bookstore Rainy Day Pals, reopened in the old mill but has now decided to close for good.
Co-owners Ryan Condon, left, and Laban Chappell look over flood damage to the Old Mill shopping center in Lexington in fall 2015. One tenant, the bookstore Rainy Day Pals, reopened in the old mill but has now decided to close for good. The State File photograph
Co-owners Ryan Condon, left, and Laban Chappell look over flood damage to the Old Mill shopping center in Lexington in fall 2015. One tenant, the bookstore Rainy Day Pals, reopened in the old mill but has now decided to close for good. The State File photograph

Rainy Day Pals, longtime Lexington bookstore, is closing

May 12, 2017 6:58 PM

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