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A once-popular store where residents bought sheets, towels and other home products will be converted into a temporary hall of justice for Lancaster County.
Court cases will be held in the old Springs Global’s Wamsutta store on S.C. 9, across from the textile company’s Grace Complex and Customer Service Center. The store closed in January.
Lancaster County bought the 27,100-square-foot building for $825,000 from money officials reserved for temporary court expenses a few months ago, County Administrator Steve Willis said.
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