A pregnancy center heavily damaged by an arson fire has found temporary quarters and hopes to return to its building after it is repaired.
Lebanon police and the FBI say they continue to investigate the September 10 fire at the Pregnancy Alternatives Center.
Nobody has been arrested.
Meanwhile, Executive Director Debbie Tracy says, the organization will move into a rental home nearby and reopen on October 13.
The damaged offices are getting a new roof. After that workers plan to strip the structure to the frame and rebuild it.
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