Thanksgiving was a disaster!

This year some friends invited us for the holiday to their new house in Suches, Ga., which is in the northeast part of the state, and which the geography in between makes more onerous to get to than places that look much further away on the...

Claire Vassort exhibits her hand-painted silk scarves, lanterns and holiday cards. She and eight other local artists invite you to visit their homes and look over their art in this weekend's Rising Fawn Studio Tour.

A stylized tree is a recurring motif in Claire Vassor...

A workman is lifted skyward to hang Christmas lights in the Trenton town square. At the center of the universe, we don't mess around. 

In New York, they start the holiday season with the famous Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. In Atlanta, there's the lighting of the Grea...

This is my favorite picture of Caliban and Sleekit. They liked to sleep curled up together.  At the end of the day, if you're a couple of dumped puppies, all you've got is each other.  

One recent morning I was scrolling furtively through Facebook, as opposed to do...

Scott Niesen (left) and Terry Reynolds of Ragan-Smith exhibit Streetscape plans for Trenton.  

The Trenton City Commission heard a presentation about Streetscapes, the long-delayed town beautification project, at its regular November meeting on Tuesday. But with constru...

Not much was resolved at the regular November meeting of the Dade County Commission on Thursday. Most business was tabled until December. One of the deferred items was the proposed amendment to the county's liquor ordinance described in The Planet's previous article. H...

Dade District 2 Commissioner Phillip Hartline had no trouble convincing the Dade Alcoholic Beverage Control Board, or so-called beer board, to amend Dade's alcohol ordinance. But his fellow commissioners at their regular November meeting last Thursday were having none...

A shot from last year's Veterans Day parade.

Monday is Veterans Day. That means that this Saturday, Nov. 9, is time for Dade County's annual Veterans Day, which rolls and marches down Main Street courtesy of Trenton's American Legion Post 106.

The Legion's Gary Moore say...

Lucretia Houts easily edged out two other contenders to win the fire/utility commissioner seat on the Trenton City Commission, the only contested race in today's city election. The vote was: Lucretia Houts 190; Cody Doyle 66 and Careyee Bell 74.

Ms. Houts is no stranger...

Today is Election Day for the Trenton City Commission, and poll officials say voting is hot and heavy...not.

"A good city election turnout is 3- to 400," said election supervisor Lowanna Vaughn. "I don't see that happening this time." She said she'd counted 16 voters th...

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