These stickers, donated by Murr Printing, were placed on meters to advertise free parking in downtown Beaufort. Two dozen merchants covered the cost of parking on Bay Street, between Carteret and Charles streets, as part of customer appreciation week.
These stickers, donated by Murr Printing, were placed on meters to advertise free parking in downtown Beaufort. Two dozen merchants covered the cost of parking on Bay Street, between Carteret and Charles streets, as part of customer appreciation week. Delayna Earley, staff photo
These stickers, donated by Murr Printing, were placed on meters to advertise free parking in downtown Beaufort. Two dozen merchants covered the cost of parking on Bay Street, between Carteret and Charles streets, as part of customer appreciation week. Delayna Earley, staff photo

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October 01, 2012 10:49 PM

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