Monthly Archives: April 2016

State and federal tax credits for restoring historic properties: Information available online from the city’s recent workshop

Information is now available online from the regional workshop on state tax credits for the rehabilitation of historic properties held earlier this month. Click here for information (PDF) from the State Historic Preservation Office on the new state tax credits and … Continue reading

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Come see 808 Walker Avenue at an open house on Sunday

The wonderful Orlo Epps House at 808 Walker will be have an open house Sunday from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. It’s a great opportunity to see one of College Hill’s most impressive houses before it’s sold and, we hope, … Continue reading

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College Place UMC to host movie night, big band concert

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Biographers Cline and Covington at Jackson Library on April 21

Ned Cline has written biographies of Joseph Bryan and other major figures in Greensboro and North Carolina. He is a member of the North Carolina Journalism Hall of Fame and served as a renowned political reporter and later managing editor … Continue reading

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Now for sale: The grand Orlo Epps House (808 Walker Avenue)

One of College Hill’s most notable houses is now on the market. The Orlo Epps House is a grand Queen Anne at 808 Walker Avenue with projecting bay windows, gables, dormers and a corner balcony and turret (click here for the … Continue reading

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Minutes from February CHNA meeting

Good morning! Here are the minutes from the CHNA February 22 meeting, approved at the March meeting.   CHNA February 2016 Minutes  

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