Bellefonte

January 4, 2014 11:50 AM

‘A piece of history’: Garman Theatre demolition begins in Bellefonte

Work crews began demolishing the Garman Theatre in Bellefonte on Saturday, negating a preservationist group’s last-ditch attempts to save the historic building that was badly damaged by a fire.

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