Students Set Up Small Parks In Parking Spaces In Downtown Ames For Park (ing) Day | Academics

On Friday, parking spaces throughout downtown Ames were converted to small parklets for public viewing. The parklets were designed and built by students from the Iowa State Landscape Architecture Program as part of a global participatory art project, Park (ing) Day. Park (ing) Day began in San Francisco after a …

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Restaurant owner files legal action against Farmville over food truck order

GREENVILLE, NC (WITN) – Mark Shirley, the owner of the “Ole ‘Time Smokehouse” food truck, operates in Farmville. He expressed his displeasure with a new food truck ordinance at a Farmville city council meeting in April. Now he is taking legal action. Billy Strickland is his lawyer. “It was just …

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Concrete Paving Machine Market Size, Growth and Analysis by Major Key Players – GOMACO, Wirtgen, Terex, Power Curbers & Power Pavers, Guntert & Zimmerman

Los Angeles, USA: – Market Research Intellect recently released a report titled Global Concrete Paving Machinery Market, Forecast To 2028. Machinery Market. Analysts have used a top-down and bottom-up approach to judge the segments and provide a good assessment of their impact on the global Concrete Paving Machine Market. The …

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Add hygge, spend less on art with new sculptural candles

It can be intimidating and expensive to add art to your home decor. Sculptural candles – which exploded in popularity during the pandemic – are an easy, low-stake alternative. In shapes that are both abstract (knots, drops, twists) and realistic (cakes, torsos, animals), these objects have become more and more …

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New Hays Day Spa offers beautician services and more downtown

By JAMES BELLHays Post The newest downtown Hays business has now opened, offering day spa services in downtown Hays from a historic location. Owners Caroline Beilman and Vanessa Schumacher see the Brickhouse Day Spa, 706 Main, as a welcome addition to the downtown area, bringing a variety of beauty and …

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Google Pixel 6 and 6 Pro launch date pretty much set in stone after FCC visit

In a somewhat unconventional and unusual attempt to crack down on unauthorized product leaks, Google has made 5G compatible Official Pixel 6 and 6 Pro … several months before the big launch event and commercial release of both phones. Of course, the search giant didn’t reveal everything about its next …

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Visalia accepts sale, paving way for downtown homeless housing project

A new housing project for low-income and homeless residents will soon be on its way to downtown Visalia. Visalia City Council unanimously approved the sale of 300 E. Oak Ave. to Self-Help Enterprises for $ 1.2 million to build a mixed-use housing complex that will include housing for the city’s …

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NI Women’s Patron Shiels Wants Crowd Support to Keep Moving Forward

2023 Women’s World Cup Uefa Qualifying Group D: Northern Ireland v Latvia (Windsor Park, 7 p.m.) “IF we had the Green and White Army behind us, we would beat America!” Even the always exuberant Kenny Shiels joked when he said this, adding quickly: “I know this is outrageous”, but the …

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3 reasons why your small business should be online

The whole world has gone online during the pandemic. In fact, a new report from digital.com found that one in four small businesses still did not have a website or online presence. The digital survey was conducted in May 2021 and interviewed 1,250 small business owners with physical stores. As …

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Monadnock Ledger-Transcript – House & Home: A view of the Peterborough of yesteryear

Legend has it that Janine and Rick Lesser’s home on Pine Street in Peterborough played an important role in the initial downtown trade. While everyone who dwells in Our Town knows downtown as the area bounded by Main, Depot, School, and Grove streets, including Depot Square, the Common Town once …

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