- Progress 2012: Quality of Life
Return of the Roadrunners
In an area known more for carpet weaving skills and the success of its high school football players, there was a time when Dalton was also known as the home of one of the most colorful, successful and mythic basketball programs in the state.
150 years strong
Many members of Mineral Springs United Methodist Church like to refer to it as “my little church.”
Greenways could help revitalize one of Dalton’s oldest neighborhoods
Flora Caldwell and her husband have lived in Dalton’s Crown Mill Village area for more than 50 years.
“Our relatives lived in our house before us. Caldwells or Caldwell-related folks have been living here for a hundred years or longer,” she said.
Speed and survival
Since the first race on a Sunday afternoon in 1965, change has been the theme of North Georgia Speedway. Another theme is survival.
The Creative Arts Guild
Founded in 1963 by a small group of committed citizens, the Creative Arts Guild is the oldest community arts organization in the state of Georgia and the only multidisciplinary facility in northwest Georgia.
‘Heart of stone’ mystery revealed
It takes an astute eye to locate — but there it is, unmistakably — a rock set in the stone tower on Fort Mountain in the shape of a heart.
- Return of the Roadrunners