A construction worker moves gravel around the site of St. Luke’s Plaza Tuesday, Jan. 29 as work continues on the historic building. The property, purchased by Bob lane last year, is one of several renovation projects underway in Tryon aiming to eventually enhance the look and feel of the city for residents and visitors. Crews are also working to complete upgrades to the Tryon Fine Arts Center as part of its improvement plans. (photo by Samantha Hurst)

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Construction work aims to enhance Tryon

Published 6:30pm Tuesday, January 29, 2013

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