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Highland works to restore historic Town Theater

1/16/2015

Officials hope landmark will become downtown anchor

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Martinsville Candy Kitchen looks sweeter than ever

1/13/2015

Façade restoration revives historic business

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African American landmark become education venue

1/12/2015

Leonard Carter House relocated and repurposed

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Nonprofit rescues and repurposes a Terre Haute landmark

1/12/2015

Former church becomes venue for coffee, music, and recovery

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Cabin restoration earns Bicentennial Commission recognition

11/11/2014

Endorsement elevates attention for Aurora project

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Clock is ticking in race to save Evansville's Owen Block

1/14/2015

Second Empire-style row house a must save

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Introducing Vintage Green

1/13/2015

Workshop and lecture series highlights sustainable renovation and restoration

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New restaurants come to Evansville historic district

1/12/2015

Businesses help boost Haynie's Corner

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A Modern landmark finds a new use

1/6/2015

Cummins repurposes a National Historic Landmark in Columbus

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Metamora's oldest landmark is on the market

11/10/2014

1838 Martindale House dates to Indiana's canal era

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