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Ball State Daily News
Amplify encourages student involvement, explain platform pointsI know. You plant the seed so people way beyond you will be able to sit in the
Ball State Daily News / Posted yesterday
I know. You plant the seed so people way beyond you will be able to sit in the shade.” Platform point: Shuttle buses to Farmer’s market, football games and downtown Muncie Snavely said Amplify members have met with Sue Weller, director of... Read more
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Petluma360.com
Makerspace planned for remake of former Petaluma lumber yardhelpful for up-and-coming food companies, because having a space, the facilitie
Petluma360.com / Posted 6 days ago
helpful for up-and-coming food companies, because having a space, the facilities that are necessary and a destination to market their wares are obviously a challenge,” Alverde said. “A lot of food companies start at farmer’s markets, or they work... Read more
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The News & Observer
These are the restaurants, food halls and beer projects we can’t wait for in 2018.and a beer garden to patrons dining from the handfull of food trucks parked the
The News & Observer / Posted 6 days ago
and a beer garden to patrons dining from the handfull of food trucks parked there daily. The Morgan Street Food Hall in downtown Raleigh’s Warehouse District hoped to open last year, but is now eyeing an unveiling later this year. The project is... Read more
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The Pekin Daily Times
Puttin' On Pekin Breakfast fosters networking, highlights projects and Chamber membersthe City Council assigned top priority to mill and overlay street maintenance o
The Pekin Daily Times / Posted 10 days ago
the City Council assigned top priority to mill and overlay street maintenance on Sheridan Road, street renovations in downtown Pekin, and application of a chip seal protective surface to Brentwood Manor Subdivision. “We’re also reinvigorating... Read more
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Columbia Star
Events550-9506. Deckle Edge Literary Festival 2018, with keynote speaker Terrance Ha
Columbia Star / Posted 12 days ago
550-9506. Deckle Edge Literary Festival 2018, with keynote speaker Terrance Hayes, will be held March 3, Richland Library, downtown Columbia. www.Deckleedgesc.org. The eight Annual River Rocks Music Festival will be held Saturday, April 14, noon–8... Read more
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Columbia Star
EventsEdge Literary Festival 2018, with keynote speaker Terrance Hayes, will be held
Columbia Star / Posted 19 days ago
Edge Literary Festival 2018, with keynote speaker Terrance Hayes, will be held March 3, Richland Library, downtown Columbia. www.Deckleedgesc.org. •FUNDRAISER Midlands Heart Walk, sponsored by the American Heart Association, will... Read more
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Statesboro Herald
Historic building turned ‘eyesore’ comes downoriginally have been an ice house, housed a wholesale grocery business in the m
Statesboro Herald / Posted 23 days ago
originally have been an ice house, housed a wholesale grocery business in the mid-20th century and eventually became a flea market called Midtown Market. Sitting vacant for almost two decades, the building could be seen from City Hall, where its... Read more
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The News & Observer
Acclaimed Scratch Bakery closing in downtown DurhamScratch Bakery from Phoebe Lawless closing downtown Durham location | News & Ob
The News & Observer / Posted 25 days ago
Scratch Bakery from Phoebe Lawless closing downtown Durham location | News & Observer Scratch Bakery from Phoebe Lawless closing downtown Durham location | News & Observer Phoebe Lawless, pictured in 2010 when Scratch Bakery first opened, prints a... Read more
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Columbia Star
Events3100. Deckle Edge Literary Festival 2018, with keynote speaker Terrance Hayes,
Columbia Star / Posted 26 days ago
3100. Deckle Edge Literary Festival 2018, with keynote speaker Terrance Hayes, will be held March 3, Richland Library, downtown Columbia. www.Deckleedgesc.org. •FUNDRAISER Midlands Heart Walk, sponsored by the American Heart Association, will... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
Is the Dayton Arcade project at risk under new tax plan?$4 million in historic state tax credits on a proposed $41 million project to o
Dayton Daily News / Posted 30 days ago
$4 million in historic state tax credits on a proposed $41 million project to overhaul the collection of eight buildings in downtown Dayton. Those buildings, which once housed shops, a farmer’s market, apartments and offices, were closed 26 years... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
Is the Dayton Arcade project at risk under new tax plan?$4 million in historic state tax credits on a proposed $41 million project to o
Springfield News-Sun / Posted 30 days ago
$4 million in historic state tax credits on a proposed $41 million project to overhaul the collection of eight buildings in downtown Dayton. Those buildings, which once housed shops, a farmer’s market, apartments and offices, were closed 26 years... Read more

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