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Pleasant Ridge, Charlestown
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Charlestown’s Pleasant Ridge become ground zero in a battle between city officials who want to redevelop the area and neighborhood residents passionate about preserving their homes.

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Busching Bridge, Versailles State Park
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Three historic bridges in Ripley County, including a picturesque pair of twin covered bridges, are on their way to being listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

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Vincennes historic district demos
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Demolitions by Vincennes University continue to level blocks of historic buildings, including recent destruction of several homes within the city’s historic district.

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News, Sacred Places, Uncategorized

When congregations shrink, they face a tough preservation challenge: figuring out how to maintain their historic houses of worship. Across the state, Indiana Landmarks is offering advice and ideas for saving these important places.

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Endangered Places, News, Rehabs & Renovations

Insurance company Point Comfort Underwriters repurposed the former German social club and gym in Indianapolis for its company headquarters, reversing decades of deterioration and bringing back the landmark’s original features.

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Jilly's Gifts, Cambridge City
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When Jilly’s Gift and Garden store opened in downtown Cambridge City earlier this month, it marked the end of a journey for the small building — one that began 146 years ago and 150 miles away.

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McWilliams Home, Madison
News, Rehabs & Renovations

Veteran rehabbers Sally and Kenneth McWilliams invite readers to follow restoration of their 1876 Madison home on Sally’s blog, where they can enjoy a behind-the-scenes look at the transformation.

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Kendallville High School, Noble County
Endangered Places, News

Over the objections of residents and community leaders, the East Noble Community School Corporation board recently voted to demolish the historic Kendallville High School

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St. Joe Hill Rectory, Clark County
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A southern Indiana parish hopes to find a nonprofit group to occupy and maintain its nineteenth-century rectory in exchange for nominal rent.

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