Jacob Anderson paints an exterior wall between the jail and the courthouse at the Beaufort County Courthouse complex March 19, 2014. Exterior renovations to the County Courthouse are several weeks behind schedule but nearly complete, county officials say. The $14-million project began in August 2012 and has included interior and exterior renovations to repair and eliminate water damage discovered shortly after the courthouse opened almost 30 years ago.
Jacob Anderson paints an exterior wall between the jail and the courthouse at the Beaufort County Courthouse complex March 19, 2014. Exterior renovations to the County Courthouse are several weeks behind schedule but nearly complete, county officials say. The $14-million project began in August 2012 and has included interior and exterior renovations to repair and eliminate water damage discovered shortly after the courthouse opened almost 30 years ago. Staff photo
Jacob Anderson paints an exterior wall between the jail and the courthouse at the Beaufort County Courthouse complex March 19, 2014. Exterior renovations to the County Courthouse are several weeks behind schedule but nearly complete, county officials say. The $14-million project began in August 2012 and has included interior and exterior renovations to repair and eliminate water damage discovered shortly after the courthouse opened almost 30 years ago. Staff photo

Beaufort County Courthouse renovations finally finished after delay

March 19, 2014 08:03 PM

UPDATED March 19, 2014 08:12 PM

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