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Downtown group residence ordinance passes
An ordinance amendment to the city’s Land Development Code permitting group residence as a special use in certain blocks of the single-family residential Historic District passed by a 6-0 vote in Tuesday’s City Council meeting.
- Vehicle overturns on Holly Drive
- Community Health Fair features 70 vendors
- Mall Music Marathon returns this week
- Habitat honors donors
- Downtown group residence ordinance passes
A musical journey
Matthew “Austin” Brown never imagined his ardor for singing would take him on a journey across the world to one day showcase his talent on national television. His dream of that “one day” has come true as he and his band, Home Free, are ready to debut their vocals on NBC’s The Sing-Off.
- Holiday classic comes to local stage
- 'A Beautiful December'
- GMC family joins community in honoring deputy
- College student recognized for his selfless efforts
- A musical journey
Chaplinwood utilizes an OmniVR for virtual rehabilitation exercises and activities. This unit takes the fear out of physical movement for older adults.
Chaplinwood on cutting edge of health, rehab
Chaplinwood Health and Rehabilitation isn’t the stereotypical “nursing home” the 40-year-old stigma might suggest.
- Butler Ford celebrates 25 years of success
- Goodie Gallery’s old school model still working well
- Studio Designs Printing helps businesses grow their business
- Need a Nerd repairs prized personal electronics
- Chaplinwood on cutting edge of health, rehab
- Local Sports
Trojans basketball teams split against Tattnall
The John Milledge Academy varsity basketball teams split a doubleheader against Tattnall Square Academy Friday evening.
- Torre, La Russa, Cox elected to baseball Hall
- GMC comes up short in quest for title
- UR ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: BHS senior works to perfect his game
- Trojan basketball teams win opener
- Trojans basketball teams split against Tattnall
Support Baldwin's educational future
For the past two years local bands and choirs have joined forces to present a musical delight on Grant Parade, while also uniting with community to take a stand for education.
- Keep a watchful eye this busy shopping season
- EDITORIAL: Shopping small pays big
- Utilize, value your democratic voice
- EDITORIAL: Partnerships the right plan to broaden options for locals
- Support Baldwin's educational future
DAVIDSON: Going under the knife
For many, having surgery is a welcomed avoidance in life.
- CURTAIN CALL: GMC Steinway Concert Series a must-see
- RICHARDSON: Gift ideas for old geezers
- ROWLAND: Sometimes it is better to be lucky than good
- HODGES: Sometimes it doesn’t work out
- DAVIDSON: Going under the knife
Charity offers thanks, requests community involvement
This year marks the 25th anniversary of The Empty Stocking Fund, sponsored each year by area businesses, clubs and individuals to provide holiday food boxes to the area’s needy families.
- Community remembrance event successful
- Representative disappointed with voter turnout
- Building underground might be a needed community solution
- American Legion Auxiliary members thanks Armed Forces
- Charity offers thanks, requests community involvement
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