The building, too, is quite handsome, and it's 100 years old this year.
As the weather has so completely turned around from yesterday's glory, it's a reason to console yourself and take a moment to appreciate one of our most important institutions!
|Supreme Court Building today|
Its designer, William C. Knighton, is responsible for
several of Salem's loveliest buildings
|"Watching the court is like watching the ballet"|
|The Supreme Court Building was nearly finished and opened in 1914|
|It was big news!|
Replacement of traffic signals at Liberty and Broadway Street NE and 're-aligning’ that intersection – Troy Thompson (Project Manager, City of Salem Public Works Dept)CAN-DO meets Tuesday the 21st, at 6:00 p.m. at First Christian Church on 685 Marion Street NE.
Maybe you've already said what you had to say on the NEN-SESNA plan process, but also tomorrow at the Planning Commission is a work session on the proposed new neighborhood plan -
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