City crews are in the process of removing two venerable cypress trees in order to save an historic flagstone bench that has occupied the corner of Commonwealth and Highland for nearly 75 years. 691 more words
Tags » Historic Preservation
We’ve been learning about dozens of preservation stories in Lowell, some large and others below the radar. In some cases, these are historic preservation stories, in which unique architectural assets aren’t just preserved, but given a new life that allows visitors and residents to interact with history. 707 more words
In winter, the world tends to be quiet as blankets of snow soften the air, and bring peace to an otherwise bustling life. Fewer people venture outside, doors and windows remain closed, and only the intrepid souls dare spend more time outside than necessary. 322 more words
Many times in the past few years I have made the statement that “I am living my dream” or that I am employed in my “dream job.” This was certainly true when I interned at the… 870 more words
I am constantly amazed at the wealth of historic resources that exist here in the Northern Shenandoah Valley, many of them relatively unknown. Clermont Farm, just outside Berryville, is one such hidden jewel – and it is so much more than just another historic site. 433 more words
This week, we saw some activity on SCS SB 509 & 496, a tax cut bill in the Missouri Senate.
This bill, as approved by the Senate Ways and Means Committee, was a combination of… 696 more words