[ad_1] The current Merrick County Historical Museum in Central City is located in the historic Traver House and is open to visitors from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. daily, Monday through Friday. There is no admission fee. (Independent / Josh Salmon) The new Merrick County Historical Museum at the cornerRead More →

[ad_1] There are over 2,000 cast aluminum markers scattered across Pennsylvania intended to “capture the memory” of significant places and events throughout Commonwealth history. Unsurprisingly, Philadelphia has a bunch of them. The next one is expected to be added outside of Four Seasons Total Lawncare. The small horticultural business becameRead More →

[ad_1] One of Dearborn’s iconic institutions, the Dearborn Historical Museum, 915 S. Brady St., celebrated a milestone on October 14: its 70th anniversary. Over the past 70 years, the Museum has remained an institution steeped in teaching the complex and fascinating history of the city, while maintaining strong ties toRead More →

[ad_1] It’s a bit pricey, but it’s a prestigious property, a Long Beach Historic Landmark (with an official marker) and it is a historic Mills Act property, which provides its owner with valuable tax benefits. The listing agent for the property is Cameron Jacques, President and Owner of Kinnery Brokerage.Read More →

[ad_1] Year-long personal discovery and learning program to replace event due to pandemic AMBOY – A woman broke social norms to bring people together for the betterment of a community. A massive pandemic has swept the world; even reaching the corners of this small community. People from very different backgroundsRead More →

[ad_1] LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) – A new $ 80 million hotel in Louisville is expected to create accommodation options near the downtown Norton Hospital complex. The Lazlo Group plans to incorporate the German Evangelical St. Paul’s Church into the design of the hotel, which would be near the intersection ofRead More →

[ad_1] By Jennifer Corr After the North Shore Historical Museum closed in March due to the coronavirus pandemic, members of the museum’s board have been looking for a way to help residents continue to learn about the history of the area. They created an alternative to in-person experiences with “pop-upRead More →

[ad_1] WASHINGTON – The Gunn Historical Museum recently received three awards for its exhibit, Washington Connecticut – An American Story. This innovative work, designed by SandorMax and made possible through a grant from the Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development, was created by museum staff and volunteers and sharesRead More →

[ad_1] To document the lives of Louisville residents experiencing the coronavirus pandemic, staff at the Louisville Historical Museum have initiated a project to collect memories of people’s experiences. The museum is researching photos and writings on daily life in Louisville when ordering a stay-at-home for its COVID-19 Experience project. “OurRead More →

[ad_1] 33927921_H17016657 The Cultural Museum of Mont-Carmel. (SJVT file photo) The Cultural Museum of Mont-Carmel. (SJVT file photo) The Mont-Carmel Cultural and Historical Association will receive up to $ 78,480 in grants from the Northeast Heritage Economics Program through Maine Preservation. LILLE, Maine – The Mont-Carmel Cultural and Historical AssociationRead More →

[ad_1] July 30, 2019 – The Nevada County Historic Landmarks Commission is pleased to announce the Board of Supervisors’ designation last Tuesday of the county’s newest historic landmark located at 22917 Pleasant Valley Road in Birchville. For many years, Birchville was a major hydraulic mining center on the San JuanRead More →

[ad_1] PHOTO: Bill Vitrier | SouthPasadenan.com News | As part of Wednesday’s city council meeting, Dan Evans, above, spoke about South Pasadena Preservation’s upcoming local church tour on Saturday May 4 in the city. Evans is a member of the South Pasadena Preservation Foundation As a member of Foundation forRead More →

[ad_1] The scaffolding erected around one of Gloucester’s best-known religious buildings (after Gloucester Cathedral, of course!) The project, known as ‘Discover DeCrypt’, was funded in part by a grant of £ 1,360,000 from the Heritage Lottery Fund, with additional funding from Gloucester City Council, the Diocese of Gloucester and theRead More →