Flickr user: tofutti breakYup -- says so right here. The Maple Ave. location, that is. Elliott's has been there since '84, 37 years after Jerre and Kathleen Elliott turned an old house on Maple into a hardware-etc. institution. Says The News story, the family-owned-and-operated establishment just ... More >>
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