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A year later, Saratoga arson probe continues

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One year later, Woodlawn Avenue still bears the scars left from the city’s worst structure fire in more than two decades. While an investigation into the arson fire that ripped through the historic row houses quietly plods on, progress in the effort to rebuild the apartments is slowly starting to take shape on the largely dormant block. The progress, however, is largely invisible from Woodlawn Avenue since much of it is obscured by the facades. ...

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