Fire damages Rose Street Community Center but programs will continue

The Rose Street Community Center suffered extensive water damage and damage to the roof, doors and windows from a fire at the vacant building next to the center. It will take months of work before the building can be used, but Clayton Guyton founder of the center, plans to run the center's programs temporarily from the adjacent row house at 819 N. Rose Street. (Amy Davis, Baltimore Sun video)

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