All things Irish today
Today, March 17, is celebrated as St. Patrick’s Day. It’s not a major holiday in most areas of the country, although Savannah has a huge parade every year. But Savannah never misses the opportunity to throw a party.
Don’t let dust bunnies rob you blind with cuteness
Spring is like the universal “bat signal” for ‘it’s time to get your stuff together and clean your house’.
Wild Adventures reopens next weekend
Improbably, it all started with flowers.
Daylight-Saving Time and the Azalea Festival
Today when you wake up, it will be an hour later than it was at the exact same time yesterday. Confused? So are most folks.
Spring sass for little cash
I just went on a fake shopping spree for work on Tuesday to gather clothes and props for a spring fashion spread that will appear in April’s edition of the Valdosta Scene magazine. As I was walking around, picking up tons of cute and current fashion, I began to panic.
Brittany's Budget Diary: Teaching kids about money
There are not a lot things I find exciting about a board meeting, but at last Monday's Valdosta Board of Education meeting, board member Vanassa Flucas talked about something that actually made me pretty excited —a proposed personal finance class for possibly K-12 students!
IRS now accepting all forms
Last month, the IRS Oversight Board released the 2012 Taxpayer Attitude Survey, finding that, among other things, 87 percent of respondents said it “was not at all acceptable” to cheat on taxes, 95 percent cited “personal integrity” as their greatest influence on reporting honestly, and 93 percent felt it was important for responders to meet competency standards.
Azalea Festival is next weekend
If the cold snap this weekend doesn’t freeze them, we will hopefully have beautiful azaleas blooming around the community this week, just in time for tT\he annual Valdosta-Lowndes Azalea Festival.
Fellowship Home at Brookside celebrates its 35th anniversary
When George and Ganza LaHood decided to take part of their land and turn it into an assisted-care facility in 1978, they had no idea how it would turn out.
Brittany's Budget Diary: A diet for the body and the wallet
I’m not one that jumps on bandwagons.
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