Burned School Gets New Home

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Updated: 12/21/2011 6:42 pm
A fire destroyed the New Opportunity School for Women in Berea on December 12th. But now, the school has a new home.

The school announced Wednesday it would set up shop in the lower level of the First Christian Church in Berea. In a statement, the school says it faces many challenges that lie ahead, but with everyone's hard work, the school will function despite the loss.

Police say a burglar set the building on fire. Surveillance video, from a church, shows a person running from the building that night. But so far, no one has been arrested.

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