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Downtown divorce court will be torn down to make way for mix of shops and homes

The former family court building on Sixth Avenue will be demolished to make room for a mixed-use high-rise that is expected to include 185 housing units and up to 50,000 square feet of commercial and retail space. The former family court building on Sixth ... read more

Cinco de Mayo, First Friday hit downtown Las Vegas

Cinco de Mayo brew fest at Container Park Downtown ... divorce in Las Vegas at the age of 20 on September 13, 1946. 2. According to some biographers, Monroe lived at 604 S. 3rd Street for four months during the summer of 1946. The house has since been torn ... read more

Editorial: Tampa clears path for next downtown community

The look and economics of Tampa's urban core enter a new era this month, as the Tampa Housing Authority begins to tear down North Boulevard Homes ... to downtown and the riverfront and potential for much-needed affordable housing make West River a ... read more

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