Tuesday January 24th, 2017 8:13AM
Stay gold(en brown) Frenchy Fry Land
Frenchy Fry Land wasn't a lone and singular sign. There were more!
11:00AM ( 4 weeks ago )
Follow up: The special investigation at Healan's Mill
In Fall of 2015, they shoveled-tested around the mill, looking for subsurface features that were preserved. This fall, the students began small scale excavations, opening three units and exploring two different areas of the mill - one at the head of the mill race and another underneath the current mill race.
1:00PM ( 1 month ago )
City spotlight: Oakwood
Why not learn a little more about my new hometown?
1:30PM ( 1 month ago )
Detour: #Blessed
Many places I go to visit are run by people who care. They are run by people who volunteer to put their blood, sweat and tears in, by people who dedicate their weekends and elbow grease to make something wonderful.
11:00AM ( 2 months ago )
The Holly Theater
Sitting quietly off West Main Street, the former cinema was revived in the 1990's to become a community theater.
1:00PM ( 2 months ago )
Book Review: Vanishing Landmarks of Georgia
The book is called Vanishing Landmarks of Georgia and it's kind of a guide book for curious cats (like myself) who want to see and learn about covered bridges and grist mills in the state.
10:30AM ( 3 months ago )
Bear-y cool: Chainsaw carvings turn stumps into still lifes
The man behind the chainsaw is local artist John Robinson. Robinson owns Blue Ridge Bear Sculptures out of Cleveland.
7:30PM ( 3 months ago )
BLOG: Fate of futuristic Forsyth County home in question
Some say it looks like a spaceship landed on Sawnee Mountain while others don't even know it's up there. But still others know the Barker House as a private home where local architect Jim Barker and his wife lived until his death.
5:00PM ( 4 months ago )