The fire-charred remains of the old Mount Regis Center are a public hazard and must come down, a Salem building board declared Thursday.The center, owned by Tennessee-based Arcadia Healthcare, will be given 60 days to secure demolition permits and another 60 days to complete all work.If that timeline isn’t met, the city will move to raze the charred building itself and bill the company for the costs.The move comes just over a year after a late-night fire ripped through the Kimball Avenue...
A judge dismissed one charge against a former Roanoke College student accused of sexual assault Wednesday and ordered that a second charge be set for retrial.James Douglas Caruso, a 19-year-old from New Jersey, will remain free on bond while the new trial is pending.He initially had been scheduled to appear for sentencing Wednesday in Salem Circuit Court after a jury found him guilty in November of forcible sodomy and object sexual penetration.
One year after a dramatic fire ripped through it, the charred remains of the old Mount Regis Center remain standing on a hillside along Kimball Avenue — a point of growing frustration for neighbors, local leaders and the center itself.The more than century-old building, ravaged by a late-night fire in December 2016, has been entangled in insurance negotiations that have stalled plans to demolish the site, said Curt Lane, CEO of the local facility.“It just kills us to see that building still...
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