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Historic District Commission discusses 139 The Great Road as new home for fire station

The Historic District Commission may thwart construction of a new fire station at 139 The Great Road. The property at 30 North Road – currently the Bedford Motel – appeared to HDC members as the obvious alternative. Although the purchase of 139 The Great Road will not be decided until …

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The case of a disputed garage in the Licking Riverside district of Covington is now in the Court of Appeal

By Judy ClabesNKyTribune Editor A Kenton County judge’s decision on the real estate dispute between neighbors over ownership of a garage in Covington’s historic Licking Riverside neighborhood has now been appealed to the Kentucky Court of Appeals. . The contentious lawsuit pits neighbors Marc Tischbein and Peggy Rankin, owners of …

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Scheduling requests approved and denied in Swindon this week

EASTCOTT: The developers want to transform a former lawyer’s office in the old town into two apartments. Few details were submitted in the application, but the plans seek permission to convert the basement of the office into a one-bedroom studio and to convert the first and second floors of the …

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OVER TIME: Week of March 9, 2022 | News

100 years ago American Legion post Roy Hamm of Monticello will present “a pair of sixes” at the Monticello Opera. It can be seen on two different nights. The Village of DeLand’s board meeting last Monday evening included discussions on items such as repairing the village hall chimney and purchasing …

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A star-studded feast at the Manoir d’Adare

It’s ridiculous to say that Adare Manor feels like home, but no one is more surprised than me. It’s not that I was born in the mansion, far from it. Rather, the iconic five-star hotel manages to feel like both a grand estate and an intimate home thanks to an …

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Aaron Burr’s New York home is asking for $10 million

Hamilton lovers take note. One of the West Village’s most photographed homes is back on the market for $9.99 million after a gut renovation. Located at 29 Downing St. in historic Greenwich Village, the 25-foot-wide carriage house was originally built in 1829 on land that belonged to Aaron Burr, America’s …

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Dispute over garage in historic Licking Riverside in Covington finally goes to appeals court

By Judy ClabesNKyTribune Editor A real estate dispute in Covington’s historic Licking Riverside has neighbors in a feud that rivals the legendary Hatfields and McCoys – ‘bullets fired’ being legal deposits that come and go and pile up as high as the grand mansion “Main House”. Now that Kenton Circuit …

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Local teenagers hold climate change rally outside West Orange Town Hall – Essex News Daily

This slideshow requires JavaScript. WEST ORANGE, NJ Residents of West Orange gathered outside City Hall on February 20 for a student-led climate change rally, complete with a composting demonstration by Roosevelt Middle School’s Environmental Club. Spurred by the landslide that prompted the evacuation of the Ron Jolyn apartment complex after …

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Vann Graves reflects on magnifying black voices and the current creative landscape – VCU News

By Joan Tupponce With the February release of “The Black Experience in Design: Identity, Reflection & Expression,” Vann Graves, Ph.D., executive director of Virginia Commonwealth University’s Brandcenter and anthology contributor, adds another accolade to his already long list of accomplishments. Her segment in the anthology, “Another Brick in the Wall,” …

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Coventry’s best pubs by area according to Google’s opinion

Coventry has a wonderful range of different pubs across the city, used by hardworking people from all walks of life. Whether it’s great pubs on busy main streets, cozy little pubs tucked away, gastropubs or dank pubs, freehouse or chain, there’s something for everyone in our city. So in a …

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Generous donation will help introduce Emily Dickinson to new generations (editorial)

Emily Dickinson could never have imagined the global sensation she would one day become. The world she lived in in the 19th century revolved around Amherst, even when her friend Samuel Bowles, publisher of the Springfield Republican, shared her work in what was then New England’s most influential newspaper. The …

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Saratoga Community Briefings for the week of Feb. 11 – The Mercury News

Art opening in Hakone A sculpture exhibit by San Jose artist Ken Matsumoto is at Hakone Estate and Gardens and is set to open Feb. 20. Matsumoto has been working with stone slabs, concrete, glass and steel since 1976. The exhibition features his stone sculpture works.The Hakone Foundation presents the …

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Kat Von D Wants $15 Million For Victorian With Blood Red Pool

Even in Windsor Square, an area filled to the brim with some of the city’s finest pre-WWII architecture, this three-story Victorian stands alone. The dramatic mansion is owned by tattoo artist Kat Von D, who just listed it for $15 million. The Gothic haunt has lived a busy life over …

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The behind-the-scenes drama that sunk Adele’s Vegas residency, more ICYMI | Gallery

By Mark Gray 12:08 p.m. PST, January 28, 2022 DRAMA!!! The last-minute postponement of Adele’s Las Vegas residency continues to cause a stir as rumors swirl about the reasons for the scrapping of the 11th Hour. When the singer abruptly canceled on the eve of her Caesars Palace premiere, she …

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OhioHealth makes new investments in West Columbus

Last month, Ohio Health Doctors Hospital bought the medical practice building opposite the hospital, located at 5109 Broad Street West. Renovations to this building will follow. Beginning in January 2022, OhioHealth will begin planning and design work for a complete renovation at the recently purchased medical office building attached to …

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5 Fort Worth mansions worthy of a castle – including a $12.9 million Westlake Stunner

EEven if you weren’t “mansion-born,” you can still lead an opulent life in North Texas. While rustic-style ranches and sleek modernity are fine with some people, others are more drawn to a continental-style mansion. Old-world craftsmanship and finishes prove that a home really can be your own castle. Whether it’s …

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Joel Harris Fenster of MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS at Curtain Call

Even decades after her death, Agatha Christie remains the queen of mysteries. You could curl up in front of the fireplace with one of his 66 novels, or you could brave the cold and see Ken Ludwig Murder on the Orient Express at Curtain Call’s Dressing Room theater. The play …

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Retail, planned apartments in area along Trinity River near WestBend

By Bob Francis A prominent location on the Trinity River that has lain vacant for years could soon see development. The 9.5-acre site is located at 1500 Merrimac Circle, just north of and adjoining Trademark’s WestBend development. At the Fort Worth Zoning Commission meeting on January 12, Carriage House Development …

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Butler-Tarkington borough goes 1 year without murder amid violence reduction efforts

INDIANAPOLIS — A North Side Indianapolis neighborhood is making progress in its efforts to reduce violent crime. The Butler-Tarkington neighborhood has gone 365 days without another murder, which community leaders and those involved in anti-violence efforts attribute to the community as a whole. It’s the fourth time since 2016 that …

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1 bedroom house in Decatur – $ 124,900 |

This carriage house is a hidden gem !! The lovely living room on the 2nd floor offers a magnificent view of the lake !! It is a very pleasant, comfortable and manageable property. The 3 year old space features beautiful hand scraped acacia wood floors. You walk into a good …

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Carter Mansion in Carthage brings national attention to Zillow | Local news

VSARTHAGE, Mo. – One of Carthage’s most historic homes is on the market, and its listing with an online real estate company has gained national attention. Ron Petersen Sr. and the Ruth I. Kolpin Foundation, named after his mother, have decided to sell Carter Estates, a complex on East Chestnut …

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The founder of Uno Pizzeria initially intended to open this type of restaurant.

After 12 years of success, the founders of Uno Pizzeria & Grill, Ike Sewell and Ric Riccardo Sr., decided it was time to expand their deep pizza business. Located on a plot across from Uno, the new Pizzeria Due opened in 1955 (via the Uno website). Having two restaurants across …

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Long-dead record label Windham Hill’s Winter Solstice tour turns 35

Barbara Higbie (left), Todd Boston and Mia Pixley are scheduled to perform as part of the annual Windham Hill Winter Solstice production. Photo: Irene Young A question of “Jeopardy” style: Founded in a garage in the Palo Alto area, this company has turned a well-established business model upside down, opened …

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Wyckoff Estate Offers Stunning Privacy and Surroundings for $ 3.9 Million

WYCKOFF, NJ – If the idea of ​​a spacious property in a private and secluded living environment was on the vacation shopping list for home hunters looking to relocate to Wyckoff, this amazing property can certainly make that happen. dreams come true. The historic main house has four bedrooms, making …

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Garden Notes: December 8, 2021

Berkshire Botanical Garden Ornamental vegetable garden. Springfield Garden Club Program SPRINGFIELD – The Springfield Garden Club will host “Holiday Flora Design and Boutique” on Friday, December 17 at 11:30 am The event will take place in person at the Barney Carriage House in Forest Park as well as virtually via …

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Zack Garceau’s “Great Stories from Westerly’s Past”, New Westerly Story Book, Launches Tuesday | West

WESTWARD – About this bridge between Watch Hill and Montauk. It may sound absurd, and the notion of such a structure is generally closed if it ever comes up for serious discussion, but that was not the case in the 1960s, according to local historian Zachary J. Garceau. Garceau, 31, …

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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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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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Local business briefs: Oct. 7, 2021 |

Barletta employees to receive appreciation bonuses BRISTOL – Winnebago Industries Inc. purchase of Barletta Pontoon Boats, a pontoon boat manufacturer, will result in bonuses for the Barletta workforce. The deal was finalized in August. Winnebago will pay $ 255 million and add Winnebago shares to that price. Fifteen-million in shares …

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House with four gables | Architect’s Review

Project description Transforming a 140-year-old carriage house for the next century, architect Steven Fong reinvented the Southern Ontario Woodlawn Residence with contemporary styling and resilient materials using architectural grade RHEINZINK-GRANUM zinc. Now called the “Four Gable House,” the 1,205 square foot two-story home maximizes floor space within the narrow lot …

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Central mass in figures

750 Smith & Wesson, one of the nation’s oldest firearms manufacturers, has announced it is moving its headquarters from Springfield, Massachusetts, to Tennessee. The move includes the relocation of 750 jobs, although the company will keep much of its business in Massachusetts. Mark Smith, CEO and chairman of the company, …

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A life at the forefront of community health education

After a decades-long career helping young families, seniors and low-income people regain their health and social independence, Bernice Marmel’s deep commitment to the community has only deepened as ‘she defended the well-being of her neighbors. On April 28, 2021, the longtime Winnipeg resident, lawyer, mother, friend and recipient of the …

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Adsmore House and Gardens to reopen in the fall | New

PRINCETON – The staff and board of directors of Adsmore House and Gardens are preparing the institution for a reopening in the fall. The local attraction closed in March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. During the closure, the property received repairs and updates. Administrator Wayne Yates said the Carriage …

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$ 8.5 million home has views of Great Meadows

709 Monument Street, Concord, MA Society: LandVest Immobilier, Concorde Website: abbywhite.landvest.com Listing Agent: Abby white Phone number: (781) 488-1355 Price: $ 6,950,000 Style: Colonial Year of construction: 1903 Bedrooms: 7 Bathrooms : 8 full, 2 half baths Living space: 9,443 square feet Lot size: 5.25 acres Garage: semi-detached garage for …

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Lew Wallace Study resumes in-person lecture series

TC Steele Historic Site. Photo provided TC Steele’s childhood home. Photo provided Journal review The General Lew Wallace Study & Museum will host Jessica Stephens from the TC Steele Historic Site at the Indiana State Museum. Stephens will present “A Look Inside the Studio & Home of TC Steele”. Steele …

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Garden Notes: September 8, 2021

Upcoming programs at the Berkshire Botanical Garden STOCKBRIDGE = Berkshire Botanical Garden presents the following upcoming programs. On Saturday September 18, from 9 am to 2 pm, it is “Field survey of the prairies of the prairies”. This field course will explore the colorful variety of meadow flora that comes …

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walk to cemetery brings county history to life | Local News

Sunday’s “Voices of the Past” cemetery walk at Mound Grove Cemetery in Kankakee will be a colorful glimpse into Kankakee County’s past. The event is a collaboration of the Kankakee County Historical Society, Kankakee Valley Theater Association and Mound Grove Cemetery. Although the characters represented are indeed in the land …

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Big E fair starts September 17th

WEST SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – The Big E begins its fair from September 17 to October 3 with over 80 live musical guests. The Eastern State Exposition sent out a press release to 22News with The Big E’s full lineup of entertainment, exhibits, fair food, rides, shopping and more. The …

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Mosquito spray at Cherry Hill early Wednesday

CHERRY HILL, NJ – The Mosquito Control Commission will be spraying and monitoring Cherry Hill early Wednesday morning, Camden County officials said. During the summer and fall, the commission sets its schedules as needed based on the results of its monitoring efforts and public input. “The brief rain yesterday allowed …

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TASTE 2021 Advance Tickets Now On Sale

Tuesday August 3, 2021 4:00 a.m. The Taste of Montgomery County is an annual fundraiser for the Lew Wallace Study Preservation Society, the organization which preserves the original artifacts of General Lew Wallace and keeps his legacy alive. Photo courtesy of TASTE Advance tickets for the fourteenth edition of the …

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Upcoming Events in the Capital Region

ALBANY – The Ten Broeck Mansion, home of the Albany County Historical Association, announces its free family program, Archeology Day from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, July 24. The Archeology Day program features archaeologists from Hartgen Archaeological Associates in Rensselaer showing the equipment and process they use for …

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Clauson Family Music Show July 26

The final concert for the 2021 summer season sponsored by the Coloma Area Historical Society will be a well-known local music show, the Clauson Family Music Show, which will perform from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Monday, July 26 in Coloma Village Park. Family members include: Brittney, Cody and …

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Pequot Library restores 127-year-old roof in Fairfield

FAIRFIELD – The roof of the 127-year-old Pequot Library is fully restored – a large-scale venture that has requested nearly $ 1.5 million in donations. The library began work on the roof restoration in 2020 after a 2019 study by New Haven-based architecture firm Pirie Associates ranked the structure as …

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Weymouth offers two camps for children | Characteristics

What better way to harness your child’s creativity than by attending one or both of the Weymouth Center summer camps? “Write Stuff” and “Art Smart” are half-day programs specially designed for Grades 3 to 5, held at Carriage House in Weymouth, July 27-29. “Write Stuff” introduces campers to creative writing. …

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Philippe Spagnuolo Jr., 53 years old | Obituary

LACONIA – Philip “Phil” Spagnuolo, Jr., 53, of Winter Street, passed away suddenly on Tuesday, June 22, 2021. The eldest of three children, Phil was born in Wakefield, Massachusetts on August 30, 1967, and moved to the Lake District with his family in 1979. From an early age, Phil dreamed …

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Shirley Ann Campbell Jackson | Obituary

Shirley Ann Campbell Jackson died on Friday, June 18, 2021 in Ponchatoula, Louisiana, at the age of 94. She was born on Saturday January 15, 1927 in Hammond, Louisiana to the late James H. and Edna Campbell. She resided in Ponchatoula, Louisiana. Shirley was a first grade teacher at Tucker …

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Colorado’s 3rd Million Dollar Draw Winner Announced

Governor Jared Polis will announce the third winner of the $ 1 million Colorado Comeback cash vaccine draw and the second round of scholarship winners. DENVER – Friday, Governor Jared Polis (D-Colorado) will announce the third million dollar winner of Colorado’s Comeback Cash Vaccine Drawing and the second round of …

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Paper Mill reintroduces its outdoor cabaret series

Last year, out of necessity amid the coronavirus pandemic, Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn experimented with outdoor cabaret performances. Call the experience a success, so much so that she decided to do it again this year. A second “Brookside Cabaret” tour featuring live entertainment and alfresco dining at FM Kirby …

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Oversized CA homes for their cities

Oversized CA homes for their cities CALIFORNIA – Homes in celebrity enclaves or upscale hamlets favored by tech titans are very different from those in working-middle class neighborhoods. A comparison of the largest homes currently for sale in the cities of California Patch shows the diversity. © Provided by Patch …

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Obituary: Dorothea “Dorrie” (Blanchard) Foss

Dorothea “Dorrie” (Blanchard) Foss CAPE ELIZABETH – Dorothea Blanchard Foss passed away on Saturday May 22, 2021. Born in Concord, NH on December 9, 1932, daughter of Francis Gardner Blanchard and Ruth Gillingham Blanchard, Dorrie attended schools in New Hampshire, graduated from Gorham High School, Gorham, NH, Class of 1950. …

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