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Growing home health care agency is the main feature in old Ironton Theater

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From the front porch of his house, RJ Egan can look across a vacant lot and see the old Ironton movie theater on Fourth Street.

Built in 1936, the building has been vacant for years and hasn’t provided cinematic entertainment for five decades, but the original brick facade still hangs above the front entrance and remnants of the theater’s operation are still visible inside.

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Denton (Denny) Newman Jr.
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