Nearly seven months since a fire destroyed portions of the courthouse in Madison, Ind., the town is working to reconstruct the building and the pieces of history once held inside.
The dome of the courthouse caught fire on May 20,
sending flames shooting into the air. The blaze broke out just hours after a major restoration process was completed, caused by a spark from a contractor melting metal. From WLWT.com.
Restoration Of Burned Courthouse Turns Up Treasures
December 23, 2009