7. PRUITT GROCERY. Reporter Stephen Fasteneau told the story of a historic grocery store on Beaufort's Greene Street that closed this year after nearly a century of operation. At 83 years old, James W. Pruitt (pictured above) was the final owner of Pruitt's Grocery Store, a family-owned business since its opening in 1920. The store closed in May, and Pruitt passed away in September. (File/Staff photo)
7. PRUITT GROCERY. Reporter Stephen Fasteneau told the story of a historic grocery store on Beaufort's Greene Street that closed this year after nearly a century of operation. At 83 years old, James W. Pruitt (pictured above) was the final owner of Pruitt's Grocery Store, a family-owned business since its opening in 1920. The store closed in May, and Pruitt passed away in September. (File/Staff photo) Delayna Earley
7. PRUITT GROCERY. Reporter Stephen Fasteneau told the story of a historic grocery store on Beaufort's Greene Street that closed this year after nearly a century of operation. At 83 years old, James W. Pruitt (pictured above) was the final owner of Pruitt's Grocery Store, a family-owned business since its opening in 1920. The store closed in May, and Pruitt passed away in September. (File/Staff photo) Delayna Earley

Historic Pruitt's Grocery in Beaufort to close

May 28, 2015 06:39 PM

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