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COMMUNITY BENEFITS FROM HISTORIC RESOURCES, REDEVELOPMENT AND HERITAGE TOURISM

State College, Pennsylvania — December 13, 2011 Helping the community to learn about Federal Tax Incentives for Rehabilitating Historic Buildings.   As a leader in Historic Preservation, Weber Murphy Fox (WMF), in conjunction with the Borough of Bellefonte Pennsylvania, Preservation Pennsylvania & the National Trust for Historic Preservation, and the Planning and Community Development Office […]

Clete Miller to represent Ward 2 of Bay Village Ohio

Cleveland, OH — December 7, 2011 — Bay Village, Ohio resident and Planning Commission member Clete Miller has been elected to represent Ward 2 as a member of the City Council. Mr. Miller will take over the seat vacated by longtime Ward 2 representative Paul Koomar, who opted to run for President of Council. Miller […]

Leveraging Historic Resources, Redevelopment and Heritage Tourism in Your Community

  State College, Pennsylvania — November 11, 2011   Program offers Significant Federal Tax Incentives for Rehabilitating Historic Buildings.   Free presentation will introduce incentives and technical assistance available.   Do you own a commercial building located in a historic district, a house that is listed in the National Register of Historic Places, or a […]

Edinboro University set to unveil and dedicate unique Highlands residence hall permanent collection of student and faculty art

EDINBORO, Pa. – Edinboro University has long been a local, regional, statewide and national leader in art education. On Friday, October 21, the University will once again underscore its collective creative talent when officials dedicate a permanent collection of student and faculty artwork as part of the Highlands at Edinboro University’s Phase II “Edinboro Experience” […]

Baldwin-Wallace College’s Conservatory of Music Celebrates Opening of Complex

Today is the grand opening of the new Conservatory of Music on Baldwin-Wallace College’s campus in Berea, Ohio.  This project was a true collaboration between disciplines and across  geographic boundaries (Erie, Cleveland & SC).  On a budget of under $13,000,000 and spread over five historic buildings, over 60,000  square feet was renovated,  a new second floor was […]