Hall Memorial Home, a home for the elderly for the past 30 years, will close Wednesday.
Barbara O. Metcalfe, administrator of the landmark dwelling at 73 Forest Ave., confirmed Monday that two residents remain and both will move to other facilities. The home has a capacity for 23 persons. Fourteen remained when a decision was made to close, Ms. Metcalfe said.
The rambling Colonial-style dwelling in the southern section of the city was built in 1846 by William Hall, member of a pioneer Jamestown family and one of the founders of a major worsted mill.