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As a result of Preservation Maryland’s ongoing and sustained advocacy $9 million more historic tax credit projects were funded across the Old Line State. As a result, nearly $58 million worth of projects will move forward – underscoring the importance of preservation advocacy.

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Early this month, the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development designated two new Main Street communities into the statewide economic development program, the Town of New Market and the City of Laurel. There are now 30 Main Streets across Maryland with even more in Baltimore City.

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The Heritage Fund grant program is a cooperative effort of Preservation Maryland and the Maryland Historical Trust. An important source of direct financial support for preservation projects since 1997, we’re pleased to announce grants totaling over $50,000 to the newest array of deserving projects across the state.

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When you spend money along Maryland’s Main Streets, you’re supporting local businesses and the historic properties that they steward. If you like window shopping by foot, trying new local restaurants, collecting art and antiques – and need to do some holiday shopping – then Small Business Saturday is for you!

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