Bridge to Nowhere

20141020-bridgeActually, a project in progress, the bridge is connecting Woofstock Park (yes, Woofstock is a dog park) on Dupree Road to the Town to Creek and Noonday Creek Trails in Woodstock. The connection is planned to be completed by mid-November. Kind of makes us think of Simon and Garfunkle’s Bridge Over Troubled Water, or the Talking Head’s Road to Nowhere.

Office Depot and OfficeMax


The merger of Office Depot and OfficeMax that took place November 5th, 2013, moves on as the Office Depot store on Highway 92 in Woodstock is closing its doors and moving into the OfficeMax down the road in Woodstock Square. The official move is on … [Continue reading]

Newt and Calista Return


Newt Gingrich and Callista Gingrich are returning to the Foxtale Book Shoppe in Woodstock on Friday October 17, 2014. They are shown last year with Foxes Jackie Tanase (left) and Ellen Ward. Gingrich, former Speaker of the House, is touring with the … [Continue reading]

The Oaks at Towne Lake


The Oaks at Towne Lake, a two-story 64,000 square-foot-building which will house an assisted living community, gets foundation work done on Monday, October 13, 2014. It will include 61 beds for assisted care and 29 beds for memory care. It is being … [Continue reading]

The Scarecrows are back


The scarecrows are on display in downtown Woodstock, shown on Sunday 10/5/2014. Throughout the month of October the Scarecrows will be parading on Main Street in Woodstock, and you can vote for your favorite scarecrow at the Woodstock Visitors … [Continue reading]

Oktoberfest is here


Friday Night Live “Oktoberfest” in downtown Woodstock with “The Bavarian Duo” Annette and Dave Wagner performing polka and other favorites from the 2013 "Oktoberfest". One woman in the crowd sang along to their songs in German. "Oktoberfest" will be … [Continue reading]

Chattahoochee Tech


Construction continues on the Chattahoochee Technical College on the campus of the old Woodstock Elementary School in Woodstock on Friday, September 26, 2014. Chattahoochee Technical College serves 13,000 students in six counties and eight campuses … [Continue reading]