Cartucci’s owner hopes to reopen in three weeks

  • Posted: Monday, October 7, 2013 3:05 p.m.

SALISBURY — Cartucci’s owner Ted Aurora said he hopes to reopen the Italian restaurant in downtown Salisbury in three weeks.

The eatery on East Fisher Street has been closed since July 9 when a fire broke out in an air conditioning unit behind the restaurant. Since then, Aurora said he has been dealing with insurance and construction delays while trying to reopen.


Read more in Tuesday’s Post.

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