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‘Nitty gritty’ work continues at River Centre site

The River Centre development will sit on the old Jasper Cabinet property on the banks of the Patoka River near the Jasper Train Depot. (Photo courtesy BC Baggett) By LEANN BURKE at Dubois County Herald lburke@dcherald.com JASPER— The clamor of construction echoed...

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Hotel groundbreaking moves project forward

Graphic rendering provided By LEANN BURKE at Dubois County Herald  lburke@dcherald.com JASPER — Action resumed on the River Centre development today during the groundbreaking for the Fairfield Inn and Suites that will be part of the $30 million development. The River...

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Behind-the-scenes work ongoing for projects

Artist rendering Construction on the River Centre, which will include 75 apartments, 36,000 square feet of retail space, a 200-space parking lot and several beautification projects in the area, is expected to begin in early 2018. By LEANN BURKE at Dubois County Herald...

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Public input needed on proposed park

Graphic provided  While the Huntingburg Park Board has preliminary designs of the proposed Northside Park, members still want public input on the project. By OLIVIA INGLE at Dubois County Herald oingle@dcherald.com HUNTINGBURG — Plans are moving forward for a proposed...

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Plans announced for 80-room Fairfield Inn

INDIANAPOLIS — Two months after demolition began on the old Jasper Cabinet building, Indianapolis-based General Hotels Corporation announced that a Mariott hotel is in the site’s future. General Hotels announced yesterday that Marriott International, Inc. has approved...

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Jasper riverfront district a done deal for new development

JASPER — The City of Jasper now has a riverfront district. The Jasper Common Council approved an ordinance to establish a riverfront district at its meeting Wednesday. Establishing the district works in conjunction with Boxer Girl LLC’s redevelopment of the Jasper...

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River Centre: Jasper Cabinet no more

River Centre: Jasper Cabinet no more by Matthew Crane on February 10, 2017 in NEWS Jasper Mayor Terry Seitz addressed a crowd of about 60 people Friday morning as he thanked the private developers and city officials that brought the River Centre to Jasper. Sophie...

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