Preservation Massachusetts Highlights Hanover Theatre Restoration

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Preservation Massachusetts, the statewide historic preservation nonprofit organization, recently blogged about the restoration of Worcester’s Hanover Theatre. The post tells the story of the historic building and the numerous transformations it has undergone in its 100-plus year history. The Theatre has been one of Worcester’s great success stories in recent years, and LPA is proud to have be a part of that story. You can read the blog post on Preservation Massachusetts’ website.

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