Preservation in the News - May 7, 2012
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Preserving Historic Buildings Has Handsome Payoff
Outlet: Hartford Courant
Few people ever regret saving a historic building. A preserved and reused structure maintains a tangible tie with local history, retains the aesthetic quality of an area and contributes to our connection with the community, our sense of place. In...
Three Main Street programs get national accreditation
John E. Usalis 05/07/12
Outlet: Chicago Tribune
"We congratulate this year's nationally accredited Main Street programs for meeting our established performance standards," National Trust Main Street Center Director Doug Loescher said in a press release. "Accredited Main Street programs are meeting...
Cedar Creek Battlefield gets an app
Outlet: Washington Post - Online
The partners — the Trust, the park service, the Cedar Creek Battlefield Foundation , the National Trust for Historic Preservation and the Shenandoah Valley Battlefields Foundation — cooperated on the project so all the land preserved by the individua...
National Museum of the American Indian - New York Needs Your Vote!
Outlet: Native News Network
The National Museum of the American Indian in New York has been selected to participate in Partners in Preservation, a program from American Express and the National Trust for Historic Preservation to help educate New Yorkers about the importance of...
State medical association advocates for shoreside power for cruise ships
Outlet: The Post and Courier
The National Trust for Historic Preservation has put Charleston on its watch list for endangered cities. The SPA would be wrong to dismiss a recommendation to protect the health of port employees and people who live and work near the terminal. Doi...
Open House will introduce visitors to Staten Island's Rossville AME Zion Church
Maura Grunlund 05/07/12
Outlet: Staten Island Advance - Online
Of the 20 grants to be awarded by Partners in Preservation — a joint venture between American Express and the National Trust for Historic Preservation — three will be based on which sites gets the most popular votes. Rossville AME Zion Church, a New...