The Barn Nursery Sets Date For Christmas Open House

Friday, July 12, 2013

The Barn Nursery will have a grand opening of their Christmas Open House on Nov. 2, to present their permanent collection of Christmas ornaments, garland, permanent trees, accessories, lights, and decorations. 

There will be another open house on Dec. 1 for poinsettias, natural Christmas trees, wreaths, and garland.

This is the first year of the "permanent Christmas trees," garland, and accessories presented on Nov., 2.  Festivities will include holiday food and drinks,  tablescape ideas, family photo center available with a professional photographer on site, children's activity area, festive music, seminars, LED lighting with eco-friendly ideas, and Christmas decorations for inside and out including window boxes, mailboxes, porches and decks.

PrimeTime Business EXPO Will Be Oct. 15

The third annual PrimeTime Business EXPO, presented by the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce, will take place Thursday, Oct. 15, from 10 a.m.-7 p.m. in the Bradley Square Mall.  “We’re moving to a new location for our third EXPO and adding time to the event,” Aaron Weatherford, membership director, explained. “Our members requested a venue that offers greater community ... (click for more)

GDOL To Help Bojangles’ Recruit Workers For New Restaurant In LaFayette

The Georgia Department of Labor will help Bojangles’ Famous Chicken ‘n Biscuits recruit about 100 workers for a new restaurant set to open in November in LaFayette. The recruitment will be held Friday, Oct. 23, from 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. at the LaFayette Career Center located at 200 West Villanow St. The company is recruiting managers, team leaders and team members. While ... (click for more)

Father Killed By Train Just After Pushing Daugter To Safety In East Brainerd

A 31-year-old man was killed just after he pushed his 10-year-old daughter to safety in an encounter with a train on a trestle in East Brainerd on Thursday afternoon. Police said two pedestrians were walking on the train tracks on a trestle at Audubon Acres when a train came around a bend and struck one of them. Justin McCary was struck by the train as he pushed ... (click for more)

Debate Blocked On Bill That Includes Funding To Restart Work On Chickamauga Lock

A bill by Senator Lamar Alexander that includes funding to restart Chickamauga Lock was halted on Thursday. Setting what Senator Alexander called a "dangerous precedent" for the Senate, he said Senate Democrats blocked deba te on th e bipartisan Energy and Water Development Appropriations Bill. Senator Alexander said on the floor, “You don't start the process at the ... (click for more)

Erlanger Settlement Understandable, But Disgusting

Re: Erlanger Reaches Settlement With Former CEO Understandable from a legal liability standpoint but disgusting non the less. Gus Bryan (click for more)

Roy Exum: An Unfortunate Sentence

There was a most unfortunate line in a recent email written to me and, in retrospect, I should not have included it in some examples of the huge response regarding the bicycle lanes now being installed on Broad Street. I’ll admit I misread the line because I feel certain I know what the writer was trying to convey. As a matter of fact, I received enough of an outcry I want to clarify ... (click for more)