City of Griffin revising downtown planter box design and placement

SHEILA A. MATHEWS ::: The city of Griffin’s downtown Living Centers Initiative design is being revised with the replacement of some its large planter boxes. “Hill and Taylor (streets) are the only ones being redone,” said City Manager Kenny Smith. “If you’ll recall, one of the planter boxes got hit by a vehicle. They’re just […]

Griffin Choral Arts, Griffin Ballet Theatre present “A Mother’s Tears”

By ALEXANDER CAIN ::: The Griffin Choral Arts community chorus, under the direction of Dr. Stephen J. Mulder, will present “A Mother’s Tears” on Friday, March 28, and Saturday, March 29, 2014 at the Griffin Auditorium on 234 E. Taylor Street. The presentation will feature Welsh Composer Karl Jenkins’ Stabat Mater performed with a professional […]

Mistletoe Market mules draw crowd

Families gathered in the parking lot on the corner of Broad and Hill on Saturday, Dec. 3 to catch a ride on the mule-drawn carts during this year’s Mistletoe Market, held annually at Griffin’s Regional Welcome Center.  Vendors sold their handmade goods and children took photos with Santa upstairs in the welcome center while mules […]