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Tax breaks sought for Main Street, Roanoke Ave. p...
The owner of 30 West Main, pictured on the left, is hoping to bring in tenants next door where Allied Optical Plan currently does business. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch) Two business owners that have...
Read more at The Riverhead News-Review
Industrial Development Agency
Is Disneyland's fast-moving 'Forever' fireworks s...
It will take some time to get used to the new “Disneyland Forever” fireworks show, which pulls your attention in several directions at once to the detriment of the pyrotechnics spectacular unfolding...
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Los Angeles Times
Orange County Register
Sleeping Beauty Castle
Under The Sea
Winnie the Pooh
Rosenthal Siegel Muenkel sells downtown office bu...
After sitting on the real estate market since 2009, a historic
Main Street building
has finally sold. David Siegel, a founding partner of Rosenthal Siegel Muenkel LLP, said the four-story 300 Main...
Read more at Bizjournals
Former municipal offices up for commercial rent
The former municipal offices in Otterville will be offered for rent or lease for commercial purposes. During council's meeting Tuesday, May 12, several options were discussed relating to what to do...
Read more at The Norwich Gazette
Anah Shriners to buy former Abundant Life Church ...
BANGOR, Maine — The Anah Shriners voted overwhelmingly Monday night to purchase the former Abundant Life Church on Broadway. Local Potentate Jesse Thomas said more than 350 shriners showed up for the...
Read more at Bangor Daily News
No tears for worn out main street building
FOR LiveLife Pharmacy Airlie Beach owner Allan Milostic, the impending demolition and re-development of the
Main Street building
owned by Des Davey has been a long time coming. Mr Milostic has owned...
Read more at The Daily Mercury
Tire shop to replace Ladabouche building
Tire shop to replace Ladabouche building The former Ladabouche Furniture building is about to come down to make way for a tire store. Town Fair Tire, which has more than 80 locations around the...
Read more at Rutland Herald
Development Review Board
Tax-credit limit felt downtown
Summer is coming, marking another year of unfinished work on some key Little Rock
Main Street building
-rehabilitation projects. Making matters worse is that state tax credits -- widely used by...
Read more at Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Department of Finance and Administration
City forming Animal Protection and Control Review...
The Newton Police Department has recently designated three dogs problematic and/or vicious and has received one written notice of appeal that must go before a review committee. If a dog is found to...
Read more at Newton Daily News
Newton Police Department
Public Works Department
Jamee A. Pierson
Small church sues county over zoning dispute
WICHITA — A small southeastern Kansas church congregation filed a federal lawsuit Monday against Crawford County, the latest legal dispute unfolding in the state challenging the constitutionality of...
Read more at The Topeka Capital-Journal
Stan is the man - and he'll let you know about it
EDITOR'S NOTE: Norwalk businessman Stan Obrenovich submitted the following "commitment to the city" list, detailing his accomplishments and contributions, to Norwalk City Council members as part of...
Read more at Norwalk Reflector
ART BEAT: Stone Mountain Chorus ‘Sings Thei...
The Stone Mountain Barbershop Chorus will present its spring concert “Singing Our Love” at 3 p.m. on Saturday, May 2, at the Mountain Park United Methodist Church. The concert features a guest...
Read more at Gwinnett Daily Post
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