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Tunnel to Towers 5K honors fallen Hanover Lt. Brad Clark

HANOVER COUNTY, Va. -- The inaugural Tunnel to Towers 5k Run & Walk in memory of Lt. Brad Clark took place Saturday at Pole Green Park in Hanover County.

Several area fire departments attended the run/walk, which honored Clark, a Hanover County Fire-EMS lieutenant who was killed when his firetruck was rear-ended working a crash on I-295 in October of 2018.

The event benefited the Tunnel To Towers Foundation, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to honor and support families of fallen military and first responders and Gold Star families.

The organization was founded in memory of Stephen Siller, who died to save others on September 11, 2001.

This national foundation helps to pay off home mortgages of the fallen responders to ease their families’ financial burdens.

Clark's family was a beneficiary of the program, which enabled his widow to pursue working with the State Legislature to amend and strengthen the current Move Over laws.

Building Greenville: Patrick Arthur House was a country estate

Being a community landmark, now sitting in a beautiful grove of shade trees at East 14th and Pitt Streets, the Patrick-Arthur House was once located on the southwest corner of East 14th and Charles Streets, now the site of Harris Teeter.

The house, part of a 135 acre farm, was built about 1884 as a country estate for Benjamin F. Patrick and his wife, Sarah Augusta Galloway. It was called Green Mill Farm for the nearby stream.

Benjamin Franklin Patrick (1848-1916) was a capitalist and leading citizen in Greenville, who built a park with others at Evans and 14th Streets in 1888, owned Batchelor’s Retreat in 1892, built the Bertha Hotel in 1900 and had several stores in town.

The farm of 135 acres was actually deeded to Sarah A. Patrick by Noah B. Anderson on Dec. 1, 1883, and the house was built soon thereafter. The house was two stories, with five rooms downstairs and three bedrooms upstairs, a total of 2,793 square feet. The house also had two large bathrooms and four fireplaces.

What would you do regarding a potential house move?

Hi, the house we live in at the moment is semi detached with 3 bedrooms. We have done a lot of work to this house and there is still a bit more to do.

You've got some good replies which I agree with.

So let me be "devils advocate" to help you make up your mind.

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