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Linwood man gets one last look at his parents' old grocery store, and a lifetime of memories (with video)

7:42 PM, Jul. 5, 2013
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Carl Karcheski still can see the register, the aisles and the old meat cooler in his parents' old grocery store near the corner of Forest Street and Fourth Avenue.

The dilapidated old store still holds a treasure of memories for the 70-year-old town of Linwood man - memories of childhood and of a different way of life in the 1940s and '50s, a time when neighbors knew each other and walked to their neighborhood grocery stores that dotted the city, writing down what they took and settling up on pay day.

So it's understandable if Karcheski got a little emotional during the tour of the former grocery ...

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