LOGAN -- Diners will soon be eating again at a historic Logan cafi.
Logan's Herald Journal reports (http://bit.ly/z6Zc1O ) Herm's Inn is reopening after undergoing an extensive renovation.
The property is owned by businessman Jim Laub, who says his foremost goal was to preserve the historic quality of the building.
Herm's Inn was a cafi from about 1926 to 1948, when it closed. For the better part of 70 years, it stood dormant with no one willing to turn it around.
It will reopen with what its new manager calls an "old fashioned, modern" look.
Herm's Inn is named for its former proprietor, Herm Johnson, who emigrated from Sweden.