DOWNTOWN KINSTON CHANGES CONTINUE
Joe Kavanaugh, chef for the new Olvera Street Taquaria restaurant anxiously waits for construction crews to complete renovations so he can open his new Mexican restaurant at 212 W. North Street.
A for sale by owners sign is posted in the old theater’s box office window. The property is owned by the late Ted Sampley’s estate. Son Lane Sampley refers callers to his sister at the posted phone number.
Tonya Adams' renovations of the old Miller Furniture building at 118 W. North Street with plans to move her business Beauty Box from Airport Road into a large space to house the salon with complete spa, an artists' space, and a banquet/party room.
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