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Search Tags: National Park Service
12 lighthouses across the country are up for grabs.
Mike Morelli, the project manager with the Denver Service Center for the National Park Service, joined the Federal Drive with Tom Temin and Amy Morris to discuss the Washington Monument repair efforts.
The National Park Service says the cherry trees surrounding the Tidal Basin will peak earlier this year than initially expected.
The National Park Service said Monday it aims to make the western Maryland town of Williamsport a star attraction of the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historical Park, complete with a turn-of the-20th-century town square and boat rides along more than three-quarters of a mile of the canal.
The National Park Service will be closing a playground in Fort Washington Park for at least the next three weeks.
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National Park Service archaeologists are hoping further research conducted this summer will help refine their understanding of a slave village unearthed within Monocacy National Battlefield.
The National Park Service is wrapping up a series of public meetings about the problems caused by large numbers of white-tailed deer on three Civil War battlefields in Maryland and Virginia.