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Project spotlights South Portland Jewish cemetery
The Smith Street Cemetery in South Portland was established in 1875 and was one of the first Jewish cemeteries in southern Maine. Now local resident Susan Cummings-Lawrence is working on a project to identify the graves of Jewish veterans in the cemetery, as well as others across the state. Published: 4/23/2014

As grave markers deteriorate, knowledge of the deceased disappears
Several well-weathered wooden grave markers stand in a small cemetery along John Green Smith Road in Deep Run. Published: 4/22/2014

Sangre Chronicle > Angel Fire > Gov: Angel Fire ‘very deserving’ of vets cemetery
Developers Harry Patterson and Stan Samuels have access to about 450 acres (outlined in red) adjacent to Vietnam Veterans Memorial State Park, and they have offered to donate as many as the state needs for a veterans cemetery. Published: 4/24/2014

City mulls cemetery changes
RACINE — City Hall will soon be seeking bids from companies interested in not only operating, but managing the city’s two public cemeteries.  Published: 4/22/2014

Group upset over flag theft
Thursday, April 17, police here responded to a call at Sunnyside Cemetery on Eighth Avenue in reference to flags being stolen from gravesites on the north side of the cemetery. Published: 4/24/2014

Carlsbad selected for veterans cemetery
CARLSBAD >> Servicemen of Carlsbad have finally been granted their wish. The Veterans Cemetery at Sunset Gardens will receive funding from the state of New Mexico to complete construction. Published: 4/16/2014

New proposed Policy and Design Guidance for Cemeteries
The Malta Environment and Planning Authority (MEPA) is publishing, for public consultation, a Policy and Design Guidance document which will seek to establish clear and appropriate planning parameters for the processing of development applications related to cemeteries. Published: 4/23/2014

Last Modified: 4/25/2014