J.T. Long, owner of the Depot Star building, discusses the
historic past of the building on W. Depot Street in downtown Greeneville. On Oct. 19, 2012, the building adjacent to the Depot Star was destroyed by fire. The Sun chatted with Long on Oct. 20, the day before
a second fire that heavily damaged the Depot Star. Long said he was in the process of renovating the
kitchen, possibly to lease the storefront. GreenevilleSun.com video by Brian Cutshall.
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