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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 […]

Edinboro University Dedicates New Monument

Bird's eye view of the Standing Stones monument

Edinboro University of Pennsylvania dedicated its “Standing Stones at the Highlands” monument on October 6, 2011.  Situated in the pedestrian crossroads of the new, $117 million Highlands at Edinboro University student housing project of eight suite-style buildings accommodating more than 1,600 students, and directly across Scotland Road from the Frank G. Pogue Student Center, this […]