A whole lot of ribbon — 968 feet of it to be exact — will be cut during a neighborhood event Friday, Sept. 5 at 5:30 p.m. on the 2500 Block of Glass Street.
A musician’s legacy often lives on much longer than the musician themself.
“You’ll have to go on the waiting list” isn’t the response Jamie Gavlenski wants to give when homebound seniors call asking for a ride to their doctor’s appointments.
This summer, the sound of half a dozen African drums beating in unison came from some rather unexpected places — and people.
Developers may have organized the meeting, but they were asked to keep out during the first half.
Residents of Fort Oglethorpe can expect to pay a little more when they open their next combined water and sewer bill.
Every Wednesday, a small group rides the elevator up to the 13th floor of the First Tennessee building.
Don’t bother buying a birthday present. Misty Anderson doesn’t want them.
Belvoir Christian Academy is expecting.
Things are a little different in the South.