Monthly Archives: April 2017

To a teacher in Sunday school

Dear XXXXXX: Your class is narrowly concentrated on scripture, but unfortunately academics that study religions have to approach the subject objectively and with the knowledge that during the time of Jesus, there were many other personalities, events, and political squabbles. In the scheme of things, during the 1st Century, Jesus was but a trifle in…

Folia Crossroad development talk sparks interest at city meeting

Could another unique development be following on the heels of Pinewood Forrest in Fayetteville? The project is conceptual at this point, but a brief peek at what is being called Folia Crossroad should stoke the interest of many. Folia Crossroad would include residential, with homes split into different styles ranging from Greek Revival to Farm,…

See You Around

Spring rains did not seem to dampen the determination of large numbers who turned out for the well-orchestrated Taste of Senoia this past Sunday afternoon. I had to double park in order to drop off a flyer advertising the Senoia Historical Society’s annual Yard Sale at the Masonic Lodge on Main Street, the hub of…

Pinewood Forrest outlines plans for cleaner, greener community

Pinewood Forrest has a vision for a bright future for the Fayetteville community powered by greener means. Friday morning, officials with the the 234-acre master-planned residential and mixed-use development across the road from Pinewood Atlanta Studios announced their intentions to build a cleaner and greener community. “We’re going to save energy, and we’re going to…

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