BALTIMORE - Last year’s earthquake may seem like distant memory to some, but work is still being done to repair the damage done.
Construction is expected to begin Friday on the Baltimore Basilica, and last about seven months.
The 5.8 magnitude earthquake caused cracks and some structural damage.
It’s expected to cost up to $5 million, but most will be covered by insurance.
Weekend services and weddings will continue as scheduled during the project, but regular tours will be limited.
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