The sign at Paul’s Drive-In on Blue Ridge Boulevard carries a message for the family of Angel Hooper. After her death, manager Mike Gregory has ended the restaurant’s late summer hours because “it’s just not that safe after the sun goes down.”
The sign at Paul’s Drive-In on Blue Ridge Boulevard carries a message for the family of Angel Hooper. After her death, manager Mike Gregory has ended the restaurant’s late summer hours because “it’s just not that safe after the sun goes down.” Keith Myers The Kansas City Star
The sign at Paul’s Drive-In on Blue Ridge Boulevard carries a message for the family of Angel Hooper. After her death, manager Mike Gregory has ended the restaurant’s late summer hours because “it’s just not that safe after the sun goes down.” Keith Myers The Kansas City Star

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