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Main Street Beatrice Celebrates Local Success

Main Street Beatrice Celebrates Local Success

Since 1996, Main Street Beatrice in southeastern Nebraska has evolved from a volunteer community group into an accredited nonprofit organization. As the organization has grown, it has made strides for the community, with a focus on revitalizing downtown by attracting new businesses and new investment. This year, Main Street Beatrice has plenty of success to celebrate.

Los Alamos MainStreet Keeps the Community Creative

Los Alamos MainStreet Keeps the Community Creative

The city of Los Alamos, New Mexico, has a history like no other. Located in northern New Mexico, Los Alamos began as a secret city during World War II, when the United States government used the then-remote location as the site of the Manhattan Project. Today, visitors can tour the Manhattan Project National Historical Park in Los Alamos to learn about the history of the atomic bomb.

Preservation Alliance of Minnesota Supports Old Homes and New Businesses

Preservation Alliance of Minnesota Supports Old Homes and New Businesses

From old homes to new businesses, the Preservation Alliance of Minnesota (PAM) keeps Minnesota communities vibrant and growing. PAM, a nonprofit with a statewide focus, works with Minnesota homeowners, realtors, entrepreneurs and lawmakers to preserve the state’s rich culture through education and advocacy.

Metzger’s Hardware Makes Main Street Feel Like Home

Metzger’s Hardware Makes Main Street Feel Like Home

The small southwestern community of Los Alamos, New Mexico, is probably best known for the government lab that sits on outskirts of town. The lab brings people from distant cities like San Francisco and Washington, D.C. to town, but Metzger’s Hardware and Los Alamos Main Street work to give those New Mexico transplants — and longtime locals — a reason to stay. “This town is a little different from others…read more →

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