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Hammond State Bank building
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Officials are looking for a new owner who can restore the former State Bank of Hammond building and spur additional development along the city’s Calumet Avenue corridor.

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Denver's Garage exterior, Fortville - Photo credit Shawn Miller - edit
Indiana Automotive Landmarks, News

Strikingly modern for its day, a 1956 Fortville service station will soon reopen as Denver’s Garage Pizza & Brews.

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Arnolt building with Stanley Arnolt, Warsaw, 1956 - Courtesy of Hemmings
Indiana Automotive Landmarks, News

Stanley “Wacky” Arnolt formed the Arnolt Corporation in Warsaw in 1939, kicking off a brief but exciting period in automotive history.

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Design Studio 407 Marion
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Marion native Linda Harmon earned respect and admiration for her tireless advocacy and leadership in support of downtown revitalization.

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Brownstown Historic District
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Downtown renovation projects will be able to take advantage of rehabilitation tax credits thanks to recent listing of the new Brownstown Courthouse Square Historic District.

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Historic New Carlisle
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Historic New Carlisle launches another downtown renovation project and uncovers some long-hidden history in the process.

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Cabby O'Neill gym, Jasper
News, Rehabs & Renovations

When local gyms lost their original purpose, communities in Mooresville, Jasper, Lebanon, and New Harmony rallied for their preservation.

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Hoosier Gym in Knightstown by Mike Fender
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Knightstown’s Hoosier Gym stood in for historic gyms across Indiana in “Hoosiers,” while a museum and water tower in Milan celebrate the movie’s real-life underdog state champions.

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Fish Moon Brewery Rushville
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A public-private partnership revitalizes a vacant building in the heart of historic downtown Rushville. 

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