Drainage project to be boon to Mount Hebron

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Posted: February 28, 2013

The Winchester Star

Mount Hebron grounds-keeper Jamile Spearman of Winchester is seen through a drainage pipe as he digs a trench in the Winchester cemetery Wednesday.
Mount Hebron Cemetery groundskeepers Raymond George (right) and Justin Jones, both of Winchester, use old-fashioned digging bars as they try to dislodge a stubborn piece of limestone while digging a trench for new drainage pipes. (Photo by Jeff Taylor/The Winchester Star)
Mount Hebron groundskeeper Roy Turben of Winchester walks between cement drainage pipes he and other groundskeepers are digging a trench for at the cemetery near East Cork Street in Winchester Wednesday.

WINCHESTER — Mount Hebron Cemetery should soon have the capacity for as many as 15,000 additional burial plots along its southern edge, near East Cork Street.

According to Donald Shade, cemetery...



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