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Popular vintage shop leaving Franklin Street after 32 years


The couple behind Time After Time, a longtime downtown thrift shop, says the time is right to say goodbye. The store will close April 15, a few weeks before the lease runs out. It’s been a great 32 years, said Annie Jackson, who owns the store with her husband, Steven Schrenzel. (Chapel Hill News)


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