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What happened to the castle at Empie Park?

Cecil Hester
StarNews
The second annual Healthy Kids Day was organized by the city of Wilmington and the YMCA at Empie Park on April 26, 2014. StarNews file photo

The second annual Healthy Kids Day was organized by the city of Wilmington and the YMCA at Empie Park on April 26, 2014. StarNews file photo

The old cinderblock castle from Empie Park was demolished sometime in the late 1980s or early 1090s to make room for the existing child’s play area, according to Dylan Lee, a spokesman for the city of Wilmington.

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