Friday, Sep 19th, 2014

Ernest Curry has owned the Claymore Inn and Suites on Church Street in Antigonish since 1981. It has recently come to light that he has put the business up for sale. “I had decided last year to put the hotel on the market,” Curry said in conversation with the Casket Sept. 3. “It was just really coming to that point and time. I’m sort of at that retirement age and [...]

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