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Renovation

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  • Bethlehem to seek grant for renovations at Monocacy Park, Illick's Mill

    Bethlehem will apply for a grant to help fund planned renovations to Monocacy Park and Illick's Mill, but the grant will delay the project by a year. During Tuesday's regular meeting, City Council members approved a resolution authorizing Ralph Carp,...
  • Miami's Virginia Key transforms from desolate hammock to tropical wilderness

    Miami's Virginia Key transforms from desolate hammock to tropical wilderness
    MIAMI - Just seven years ago, the 17-acre hammock in Historic Virginia Key Beach Park was as desolate as a moonscape, but now it brims with native plants and wildlife. Volunteer Gary Hunt, armed with a Home Depot fanny pack and a floppy tan hat, walks...
  • Voices of Faith: A bird 'alone on a housetop': Thoughts?

    The Rev. Betty Hanna-Witherspoon, Ebenezer A.M.E. Church: This verse, Psalm 102:7, has a notation in the New Living Translation, "A prayer of one overwhelmed with trouble, pouring out problems before the Lord." The notation predisposes me to step into...
  • Library officials show off Savage Branch's $6.1M makeover

    Library officials show off Savage Branch's $6.1M makeover
    The Savage branch of the Howard County Public Library is once again set to become an open book after an extensive renovation designed to modernize the aging facility and highlight a science and technology theme. "The goal was to make this a more open...
  • Nonprofit focuses on needy homeowners in Lauderhill

    Seven years after leaving its mark on the St. George neighborhood in Lauderhill, Rebuilding Together, a nonprofit that renovates homes for low-income families with the help of volunteers, wants to focus on the city again. "We have decided to target...
  • Wrigley Field plans come under fire at neighborhood meeting

    Wrigley Field plans come under fire at neighborhood meeting
    More than 100 people who live near Wrigley Field packed a meeting hall at a nearby police station Monday night to ask Cubs representatives about a controversial renovation proposal that faces city review later this week. Many aired concerns about...
  • Emanuel urges Cubs, rooftop owners to avoid court

    Emanuel urges Cubs, rooftop owners to avoid court
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel today offered the latest tea leaves to read in the ongoing saga over possible renovations to Wrigley Field, saying he encouraged the Chicago Cubs and owners of rooftop buildings to continue to negotiate on a deal that would avoid a...
  • 'Concerts on Congamond' series held at Babb's Park

    July 6 was this year's first of several Concerts on Congamond, a series of weekly fundraisers in the adjacent Babb's Park, with proceeds going toward the project. The concerts are presented by The Nelson W. Babb Memorial Music Series and the 2 Left Feet...
  • Manchester School Proposal Going To November Referendum

    MANCHESTER — The board of directors agreed unanimously agreed Tuesday night to put an $84.2 million school renovation and consolidation plan up for a referendum in November. The proposal would create a fifth- and sixth-grade academy combining the...
  • Revitalizing the Balboa Bay Club

    Revitalizing the Balboa Bay Club
    As the holiday drew near, managers at the Balboa Bay Club discovered that the round frame for the tiered Fourth of July cake had been crushed in storage. The reaction was immediate: "We have to have the cake," explained Aaron Trent, director of member...
  • Miller Symphony Hall in Allentown redoing its view from the top

     
    Several of the original narrow, wooden seats in the balcony at Allentown’s Miller Symphony Hall have a curious feature: wire racks underneath for men to store their hats. That was convenient shortly after the turn of the 20th century, when......