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Housing grants total $1.39 million MONTPELIER � The Vermont Housing and Conservation Board announced about $5.2 million in grants Monday. Of those funds, affordable housing projects in Springfield,...
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2015/06/29 11:33
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Playgrounds aren't just for kids anymore. Communities creating new outdoor play spaces, or redesigning existing ones, are putting in features that will attract fun-seekers of all ages. Sometimes...
2015/06/15 18:48
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HELL'S KITCHEN — An asphalt court behind P.S. 111 on West 53rd Street has gone green thanks to a student-designed nearly $1.3 million renovation. The schoolyard now has a turf field, track, outdoor...
2015/06/14 14:28
2015/06/14 14:28
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Help shape future look of King County’s new 730-acre Cougar/Squak Corridor Park NEW — 6 a.m. June 14, 2015 Learn about Cougar/Squak Corridor Park, hear draft recommendations for park uses and...
2015/06/13 04:24
2015/06/13 04:24
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Preserving history: First phase of renovation to 1840s-era farm nearly done MARIETTA — Commissioners are well on their way to preserving a piece of Cobb’s history as the county completes the first...
2015/06/13 01:16
2015/06/13 01:16
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Editor's note: "DP Buzz is an interactive feature of the Daily Press Opinion Page. We email weekly questions on issues and topics affecting Peninsula-area citizens. Each week, subscribers can choose...
2015/06/12 18:13
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John Knoerle admits he’s the “designated curmudgeon” of the neighborhood, but when it comes to the Bloomingdale Trail, slated to open practically in his front yard, he thinks a little grumpiness is...
2015/06/11 21:49
2015/06/11 21:49
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JEFFERSON COUNTY — Naval Base Kitsap expanded the buffer around its operations Monday by purchasing a restrictive easement with Pope Resources on 3,392 timbered acres near the Dosewallips River. The...
2015/06/11 19:57
2015/06/11 19:57
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Marin County has a long-standing reputation for both its wealth and its abundant parks and open space. Of course, this does not mean that all of our residents are rich or that all of them have access...
2015/06/10 22:21
2015/06/10 22:21
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The state on Wednesday approved more than $100 million to towns and non-profits through its Green Acres program to purchase open space and make improvements to parks and recreational sites. The money...
2015/06/09 21:12
2015/06/09 21:12
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When a park takes 12 years to ferment and $100 million to build, it needs a gala opening. On June 5, almost 1,000 people gathered at The 606's western trailhead for Above the Rails, a gala celebration...
2015/06/07 16:13
2015/06/07 16:13
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Angel Gonzalez remembers when, as a boy, he would venture up on the Bloomingdale railroad tracks and hunt for garter snakes. He could make $1.50 on each snake at the Animal Kingdom, a Logan Square...
2015/06/07 00:39
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The Louisiana Technology Park is hosting a game development summer camp for 11- to 16-year-old students over the second and third weeks of July. The camp is designed to teach skills and provide tools...
2015/06/07 00:13
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The people traversed the elevated trail on foot and by bicycle, on skateboards and scooters, and some even on giant tricycles with hand-rigged sails. Once an overgrown railroad track littered with...
2015/06/06 00:18
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The Five Points community will be welcoming a revitalized Mestizo-Curtis Park on Saturday during an unveiling with Mayor Michael Hancock. The park — the oldest in Denver — got a breath of fresh air...
2015/06/04 13:12
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By Maria Lindsay The outdoor classroom was created by Linda Whitman, an archaeologist and professor of anthropology and classical studies at UA, and Linda Spurlock, assistant professor in the...
2015/06/03 20:32
2015/06/03 20:32
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Chicago’s 606, the nation’s second elevated rails-to-trails park, will open June 6, and its designers and client have taken pains to ensure that it’s a unique expression of the Second City, not just...
2015/06/02 16:12
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... that all there is?” That's the question you may find yourself asking when visiting Chicago's newest park, the 606. And it's an appropriate response to the much-touted, $95 million, 2.7-mile-long...
2015/05/30 11:13
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From the air, it resembles a thin gray ribbon, stretching almost endlessly as it wends its way through a thicket of factory smokestacks and cheek-by-jowl houses. Closer to the ground, it becomes...
2015/05/28 12:36
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Growing up in Deanwood, RonDell Pooler saw the green spaces near his family’s home as “the woods.” “I didn’t look at it as a park at that age,” the 32-year-old Washington Parks & People field...
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