The New Haven swimming pool will reopen on May 29

NEW HAVEN – The New Haven municipal swimming pool is set to open on May 29, it was announced at the last city council meeting. In attendance were Mayor Phil Serevicz, Secretary Becky Benson and Council members Steve Carpenter, Jessica Rickard and Roy Dale Grimm. Councilors Colton McKinney and Stephen …

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Building permit | News | washtimesherald.com

The following building permits were issued from January 7 to May 17 by Washington Building Commissioner Jon Casper: David Merisma, 107 E. Main St., portable signs; D&L Construction, 20 Wolfe St., new residence; David Sparks, 898 W. 250 S., roof repair; Don Gress Construction, 501 S. Meridian St., house demonstration; …

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Artist Theaster Gates to design Serpentine Pavilion 2022, becoming the first non-architect to be awarded solely by the Commission

Chicago artist Theaster Gates was asked to design the Serpentine Pavilion 2022, making him the first non-architect solely commissioned for the prestigious project. A Serpentine Gallery spokesperson confirmed Gate’s commission for the pavilion, which was first reported byThe architect’s journal, but said it was “too early” to discuss the artist’s …

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Hunan Garden Restaurant Finds New Home in Kingwood

Hunan Garden Restaurant, which opened over 30 years ago, will soon be leaving Kings Crossing Shopping Center. (Courtesy of Hunan Garden Restaurant) Hunan Garden Restaurant closed on May 16 from its restaurant located at 4331 Kingwood Drive, Kingwood, and will soon be relocating to another mall in the front of …

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