A business that’s part of the community
While many businesses went under after the economic crash that affected the country, one area business somehow managed to survive. As Florida’s 89.1 WUFT-FM’s Alex de Armas reports, a local hardware store in High Springs has been up and running for decades, and it’s now a local institution
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