If you’re planning ahead, Paulette Moxley of Sunny Side Farms offers up many choices for your pantry.
By Heather Giambra
Wonderful vendors offering wonderful choices. Most of the vendors were inside the Chamber building staying warm except a few brave souls who still have fresh veggies. Turnips and greens, squash and radish, lettuce and spinach, too.
The Red Bean Harvest table moved indoors to offer their coffee, teas, and hot chocolate which was greatly appreciated by everyone feeling the chill. Our market is a welcoming place of comfort and camaraderie, plus the place to be to feel the holiday spirit rising.
New Year’s plans, J-turns at Antioch Church Rd, city manager discussed
Council has approved rezoning, with conditions, for six parcels highlighted in yellow. The parcels are located at the intersection of Old Philadelphia Road and Jonah Lane near Walmart.
Jasper City Council unanimously approved conditional rezoning of several parcels near Walmart for a 96-unit apartment complex.
Developer Onyx Investment Services requested six parcels off Jonah Lane, totaling 12.13 acres, be rezoned from C-2 (Commercial) to R-3 (Multi-Family). Developers propose building an apartment complex that will include two tennis courts, two pools, a dog park, and greenspace. If council’s conditions of the approval are met and construction begins, apartments will be in a craftsman style and rent for between $1,200 and $1,500.
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Do you know this Bible? It was found on the road in the Pleasant Hill Road area this spring.
It’s worn, like people would argue any good Bible should be – the leather softened, especially around the corners, and the spine curved into a permanent and deep arc from use.
In the lower right hand corner the Bible’s owner is identified in those familiar embossed gold letters.
“WILLIAM PAUL STANFIELD.”
By Frank Leist
Pickens County Veterans Memorial Park
Pickens County citizens and veterans are invited to the second annual Christmas wreath placement at the Pickens County Veterans Memorial Park (PCVMP). By placing this Christmas wreath, we are honoring our veteran’s past and current.
We understand we have Veterans Day in the fall and Memorial Day in the spring, but our service members sacrifice their time and safety every single day of the year to preserve our freedoms.