Kelly Tabor lays down sandbags at Good For The Sole in Five Points. A co-owner of the shoe store on Harden Street called himself a flooding “doomsayer.” Businesses and neighbors in Five Points were preparing for 14 inches of rain forecasted for the weekend.
Kelly Tabor lays down sandbags at Good For The Sole in Five Points. A co-owner of the shoe store on Harden Street called himself a flooding “doomsayer.” Businesses and neighbors in Five Points were preparing for 14 inches of rain forecasted for the weekend. MattWalsh mwalsh@thestate.com
Kelly Tabor lays down sandbags at Good For The Sole in Five Points. A co-owner of the shoe store on Harden Street called himself a flooding “doomsayer.” Businesses and neighbors in Five Points were preparing for 14 inches of rain forecasted for the weekend. MattWalsh mwalsh@thestate.com

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