Thursday, April 11, 2019 / by Angela Hunter
LOCAL FARMERS MARKETS
Hello Cherokee County! Here is a list of some must go to farmers markets this season!
Canton Farmers Market
9:00AM to 1:00PM Saturdays
Cannon Park, 130 E. Main Street
Farmers Market at River Church
2:00PM to 6:00PM Tuesdays
2335 Sixes Road
Waleska Farmers Market
9:00AM to 1:00PM Thursdays
3615 Reinhardt College Parkway
Woodstock Farm Fresh Market
8:30AM to 12:00PM Saturdays
Market Street downtown Woodstock
Outside of Cherokee County
The Green Market at Piedmont Park
Voted one of the top five farmer’s markets in Atlanta by Access Atlanta, Green Market encourages sustainable communities in the most basic way – by providing shoppers with direct access to local farmers and small businesses.
9:00AM to 1:00PM Saturdays
12th Street AND Piedmont Avenue Gate
Marietta Square Farmers Market
9:00AM to 12:00PM Saturdays
Roswell Farmers & Artisans Market
8:00AM to 1 ...
Wednesday, April 3, 2019 / by Angela Hunter
EARTH DAY RECYCLING EVENT - FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Monday April 22nd 9:30 - 2:00 - Location: Cherokee County Chamber of Commerce 3605 Marietta Hwy Canton, GA
Document Shredding - Letter/Legal Size - 6 Box Limit - No phonebooks, newspapers, magazines, 3 ring binders
Aluminum Drink Cans - Bring your rinsed out aluminum beverage cans to add to Next Step Ministries collection
Kids Car Seats - Bring your no longer needed or expired car seats to Safe Kids Cherokee
Cell Phones - Drop off your old mobile devices to be restored to factory settings and be disposed of properly
Electronics - Including but not limited to: Desktops, laptops, monitors, televisions, fax machines, printers, etc..
* $25 fee for TV's; $5 fee for Monitors. Fees due to the extensive amount of work involved to insure safe recycling.
Gardening Containers - Bring your used gardening pots and containers to Cherokee County Master Gardeners
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Wednesday, March 20, 2019 / by Angela Hunter
Spring Selling Season: Buyers vs Sellers
The beginning of the Spring Real Estate Market is in Full Bloom, as it ignites a frenzy of buying and selling across the nation. As the busiest time of the year, the spring selling season generates an onslaught of activity that can be mutually beneficial for homebuyers and sellers alike, offering unique perks for each standpoint. We examine what the season means to buyers and sellers and provide potential recommendation for each viewpoint.
What Homebuyers Need to Know:
With spring officially underway, the first thing homebuyers need to understand is that inventory levels are low. In fact, the biggest challenge buyers in many markets will face is actually finding a home to buy. Therefore, home hoppers who start their search in early spring may not be able to secure a house as quickly or easily as they’d hope.
However, the upside for homebuyers is the fact interest rates on home loans are incredibly low. According to Freddie Mac’ ...
Friday, March 8, 2019 / by Angela Hunter
Generally, with rent-to-own agreements, the tenant pays the owner a deposit or monthly rent premiums, or both, with the intention of buying the home in the future.
Rent-to-own agreements offer a path toward homeownership for people who can’t qualify for a mortgage or afford a down payment. Under a rent-to-own agreement, you can move in and rent a home with the option of owning it later, often building a down payment as you pay rent. But keep in mind that this strategy can be risky. Less-scrupulous sellers may take advantage of the fact that rent-to-own tenants may not have as many rights as homeowners. Depending on the terms of the agreement, the seller may have the right to evict a tenant, keep the money that was put toward the purchase and then rent the home out to a different tenant. Here's what to know if you're considering a rent-to-own agreement.
The Basics of Rent-to-Own Agreements
The details of rent-to-own, also known as lease-to-own, arrangements can vary greatl ...
Monday, December 31, 2018 / by Angela Hunter
New Year’s In Numbers: Fun Facts about the Times Square Ball Drop:
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Every year as the clock nears midnight on December 31, anticipation runs high as the world holds its breath waiting for the sparkling New Year’s Eve Ball to descend from its flagpole at One Times Square. We all know that the countdown starts at 10, but there are a handful of other fun facts about the most sought after tradition. Here's a few:
New Year’s Eve Times Square, New York, 1937
109. The number of times the ball has dropped. The ball has been lowered every since 1907, except for 1942 and 1943, when the ceremony was suspended due to the WWII “dimout” lighting restrictions in New York City. Although there was a little less sparkle those two years, crowds still gathered to ring in the new year while also offering a moment of silence to the fallen.
11,875 pounds. What the ball weighs today. A pretty staggering difference from first 700 ...