Monthly Archives: September 2014

Rescued! Fire-damaged 919 Spring Garden begins a new life; sale closes, extensive single-family home renovation under way

A prominent College Hill home has been saved, three years after a fire nearly led to its demolition. The sale of 919 Spring Garden Street closed on Monday. The buyers are Richard and Susan Stone. ¬†They will renovate it as … Continue reading

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5th Annual Run 4 the Downtown Greenway in College Hill

This past Saturday, the 5th Annual Run 4 the Downtown Greenway ran through College Hill. A group gathered ahead of the race at Springdale Park. During the race, residents help cheer on the runners and welcome them to College Hill. … Continue reading

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Upcoming Events at College Place United Methodist Church

What do Ninja Turtles, spaghetti, and warm socks have in common? They all relate to upcoming events at College Place United Methodist Church. See the attached flyer for details. All these events are open for all. Happenings at College Place … Continue reading

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Office space opens up on Tate Street as leasing office moves

The leasing office for The Grove apartment complex has moved out of its Tate Street office. The Grove was the first office tenant for the space at 328 Tate Street after the longtime pool hall-bar-private-club building was converted to offices. … Continue reading

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Reminder: You’re invited to two College Hill parties this week

College Hill’s September calendar is full of opportunities to get out with your neighbors, and it starts with two events this week. Wednesday night at 7, our friends at the Presbyterian Church of the Covenant have invited us over for … Continue reading

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UNCG’s Lee Street underpass is worth seeing

UNCG’s underpass to Lee Street, under the railroad tracks at the end of Forest Street, provides a more pleasant passage to Glenwood than we’ve had before. It’s an asset to the campus from both a functional perspective and from an … Continue reading

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