Carriage house

Residents of the village of Batavia petition to save the Carriage House.

Pictured is the Carriage House in the village of Batavia, which residents fear may be demolished to make room for parking. The house was built in the late 1800s. Residents of the village of Batavia attempt to save the Carriage House, led in part by two newcomers recently elected to …

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Knoxville store will feature coffee from around the world

KNOXVILLE – A 20-year vision will come true when Stir Coffee Company opens next month in downtown Knoxville. Joel and Kim Lewis plan to open Stir Coffee Company at 226 E. Main St. in Knoxville, a property that recently housed Beans N Things. “Well, I had an idea about 20 …

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In Kenosha and Beyond, Guns Become More Common on American Streets

By MORGAN LEE, The Associated Press Across much of the United States, it has become increasingly acceptable for Americans to walk the streets with firearms, whether carried openly or legally concealed. The trend could be seen last week in the city of Wisconsin where Kyle Rittenhouse was acquitted of two …

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Historic Quad Cities Homes Celebrate the Season

Several historic homes in the Quad Cities region will be decorated for the holidays and open for public tours and special events during the first weekend of December, each representing the architectural beauty of a different era. Moline’s Deere-Wiman House, Overlook, was designed in 1872 by Chicago architect William Le …

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Activities to do this weekend in New Jersey from November 19 to 21

SHADY BROOK FARM It’s time to light up your weekend with some of Garden State’s most spectacular light shows! Watch a real big Santa light up on Friday. Spend Saturday learning how to make a wreath, don ice skates, or watch the Cape May tree lighting. The cheerful spirit of …

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The next five Saturdays will be a celebration of Christmas in Elizabethton Parks | New

ELIZABETHTON – Saturday will mark the start of the Christmas season in downtown Elizabethton, as that’s when the traditional lighting of the 78-foot-tall Frazier Christmas tree will take place. Tree lighting is always a bright spot for the Carter County holiday season. The lighting is also the time when the …

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Small Flowers in Bloom – Pittsburgh Quarterly

Little Flower stands majestically where it has always stood, on a small cliff overlooking Woodland Road in Shadyside. Built in 1910 by Daniel Clemson, a steel executive who lived in Highmont on the corner of Fifth and Shady, it was a gift for his son, Ralph. With nine bedrooms and …

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