Zesto on Ponce closing

20111206-zestoFor the few times a year that we step outside of our Woodstock environs it was sad to learn this past Friday that the Zesto on Ponce de Leon Avenue in Atlanta will be closing. It will officially close on September 20. Five other Zesto restaurants will stay open. Read more at zestoatlanta.com.

Sept. 11 Remembered


Various events honoring the 13th anniversary of the September 11th attacks were held in Woodstock on Thursday Sept. 11, 2014, including in area schools and at the Park at City Center in Downtown Woodstock. People also set up a memorial on the Highway … [Continue reading]

Can You Survive?


The heat? No, a chance to be on the television show "Survivor." About 275 people lined up before 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, September 6, 2014, at The Outlet Shoppes at Atlanta in Woodstock, to get a chance to be on a casting call for a spot on the show … [Continue reading]

Friday Night Tailgate


Come to downtown Woodstock Friday, September 5, 2014, and maybe you can catch a game of Cornhole while celebrating "The Great Downtown Tailgate" for Friday Night Live which happens the first Friday of each month in Downtown Woodstock. Wear your team … [Continue reading]

Lunchtime Concerts Return

John Amoroso in Woodstock

John Amoroso will open the free lunchtime concerts at the Park at City Center in Woodstock on Thursday, September 4, 2014. The free lunchtime concerts continue on Thursday’s through the month of September. Read more about John and see his performing … [Continue reading]

Woodstock of My Heart


Woodstock Elementary School students sing "Woodstock of My Heart" at a ribbon cutting for the opening of the new Wellstar Community Health Trail at Woodstock Elementary School in Woodstock on Friday 8/29/2014. The quarter of a mile long trail is open … [Continue reading]

Cabela’s Comes to Cherokee


Cabela's comes to Cherokee County with a Grand Opening on Thursday, August 21, 2014, at 11:00 a.m., and if the V.I.P. reception for them on Monday was an indicator they will be packed. … [Continue reading]