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2014/08/29 21:50
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New Bern aldermen expanded the number of members of the New Bern Housing Authority Board of Commissioners on Thursday evening and are considering a new Redevelopment Commission to target growth in...
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The application, submitted on Aug. 1, does not seek to take advantage of any of the provisions contemplated as part of the lodging incentive package passed by Aspen City Council on Aug. 11, and then...
2014/08/29 06:27
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WINSLOW, Ariz. (AP) — A dusty, barren field in the shadow of a busy Arizona interstate was for decades a place where children played freely, teenagers spooked themselves on Halloween and locals dumped...
2014/08/29 03:54
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... aboard,” Board President Esther Steel said after swearing him in. Ploppert will serve until a two-year seat becomes open in the April 2015 election, officials have said. Andersson resigned...
2014/08/27 16:16
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PORTLAND, Maine — The owners of the Portland Company complex at 58 Fore St. are seeking two zoning changes that could alter the nature of redevelopment at the 10-acre site. City officials received...
2014/08/26 23:40
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A home at 17 South 4th Street is being given new life after nearly being demolished. Wilmington resident Wais Nasser and some of his family members are currently trying to rebuild the structure that...
2014/08/26 02:03
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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — A moratorium has been filed to keep the wrecking ball away from a long standing Grand Rapids home. A committee will decide whether or not to make the home a historic site. The...
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2014/08/26 00:07
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An old daycare facility across from Georgia Regents University’s Summerville campus has been razed to make way for townhomes. Two weeks ago, developers tore down the former Childcare Network building...
2014/08/25 22:54
2014/08/25 22:54
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Board President Esther Steel said the name of the successful applicant would be made public at the meeting. "The board did not want to announce who until Thursday, when we vote on the appointment,"...
2014/08/25 04:13
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For some historic preservationists on the North Shore, the economic downturn in 2008 had a silver lining, bringing a lull in tear-downs and new-home construction that gave scores of vintage properties...
2014/08/25 01:50
2014/08/25 01:50
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Cleaning up 19th-century pollution buried around Jacksonville’s Confederate Park will require adding a protective underground wall and demolishing buildings constructed on long-forgotten...
2014/08/24 05:07
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Old photographs in the Columbus-Lowndes Public Library archives reveal that balconies were once commonplace in downtown Columbus. Black and white images from the dawn of the 20th century show Main...
2014/08/21 09:53
2014/08/21 09:53
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Local Government Insider: Layoffs seem imminent for landfill workers Read Lori Kurtzman and Holly Zachariah’s Local Government Insider column on Thursdays. The Dispatch public affairs team talks...
2014/08/20 17:37
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Henry County supervisors have a light agenda for their meeting tomorrow (Thurs.). The lone item on the agenda besides the various reports is an appointment to the county historic preservation...
2014/08/20 16:28
2014/08/20 16:28
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... minutes 54 seconds ago by Zack Briggs - MTN News Officials will discuss proposal for Central School demolition HELENA - Members of the Lewis & Clark County Historic Preservation Commission will...
2014/08/20 11:40
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North Central College is getting a new science center. Despite neighbors' concerns about the size of the 125,000-square-foot building, the college received Naperville City Council approval Tuesday...
2014/08/20 08:37
2014/08/20 08:37
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Books for Good, a nonprofit organization established in 2013 to sell donated items (primarily books) on behalf of other organizations, will have its first sale this weekend. A book sale will be held...
2014/08/17 10:02
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A sickly man, Missouri Gov. Herbert Hadley sought outdoor opportunities for health as much as recreation. Elected as the state attorney general in 1905, he expected to move to a New Mexico ranch...
2014/08/17 04:33
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Salisbury Post The week in review: Test your nose for local news PrintMark Wineka/Salisbury Post Carl Fisher turns open to a page in his father's German Bible signed by Herman Goering (middle),...
2014/08/16 15:57
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A white art deco building at 320 Judah St. could soon become a San Francisco landmark, but its historic 1930s design is only part of its significance. It also is where Henry Doelger operated the...
2014/08/29 21:50
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