Monthly Archives: October 2011

Sebastian Working Waterfront Project

A Sebastian landmark since 1927 on Indian River Drive has been undergoing a transformation. It’s being done to restore the city’s centuries old reputation as a “quaint old fishing village” and to attract a host of visitors throughout the year. … Continue reading

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Agricultural incubator is set to open

HILLSBOROUGH – Matthew Roybal doesn’t have a signature dish, doctor but if there’s a food he’s known for it’s his pickles. They’re sours. Vinegar-based and very, more about very spicy. “I use fresh crushed garlic to make my own blend … Continue reading

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What works in cities: Why placemaking requires passion even more than big budgets

Before Detroit’s Campus Martius Park opened in 2004, ask many of the historic buildings around it had emptied. Major department stores were vacant or torn down.   “Nothing was there,” says Bob Gregory, president of Campus Martius Park. “It was … Continue reading

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Heroes of the New South Awards

Bertie Country, order North Carolina, sickness is an agricultural community, but most of its residents still don’t have access to fresh food. With this new market, they will–plus some beautiful architecture.   Bertie County, North Carolina is the poorest county … Continue reading

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High School Students Build A Farmer’s Market In A Food Desert

Bertie Country, shop North Carolina, is an agricultural community, but most of its residents still don’t have access to fresh food. With this new market, they will–plus some beautiful architecture.   Bertie County, North Carolina is the poorest county in … Continue reading

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