Tuesday, November 29, 2011
Cascade Patch turns one today. See our "About Us" section to learn more about our team and come celebrate the occasion this afternoon at Cascade Wine Styles.
Happy Birthday Cascade Patch! The staff and correspondents of Cascade Patch are celebrating the first anniversary of our Nov. 29, 2010, launch as a daily community news website serving greater southwest Atlanta. To see just a few of the great stories we've filed over the last 12 months, visit Our First Year: A Look at Top Cascade Patch Stories in Our First Year which is pinned under the News tab at the top of the page. To learn more about the many wonderful southwest Atlanta-area writers and photographers who make Cascade Patch what it is, see the "About Us" section, which is pinned at the bottom of the Home Page. Cascade Patch will celebrate its first anniversary from 5:30 to 7 tonight at Wine Styles Cascade with door prizes, words from …
Tuesday, November 8, 2011
Atlanta City Councilman C. T. Martin hosted a town hall meeting Thursday evening at the old Zion Hill Baptist Church building at Mays and Lynhurst. Cascade Patch covered it LIVE! Click "Replay" here to view!
Atlanta Councilman C. T. Martin hosted one of his popular District 10 town hall meetings at 6 p.m. Thursday in the old Zion Hill Baptist Church building, 815 Lynhurst Dr. Cascade Patch editor Janita Poe covered it live ( Click "Replay" on this page to view). Residents had a chance to meet with Atlanta Chief of Police George Turner, city department heads. The meeting gave the community a chance to learn more about crime reduction, code enforcement, water bills, street paving needs, the SPLOST penny tax vote and other topics. For more information about the meeting, see the District 10 newsletter on this page or contact Felecia Fleetwood at 404-330-6055.
Saturday, July 9, 2011
Forum held Saturday at Cascade United Methodist Church.
Councilman, C.T. Martin, along with Dr. Joseph E. Lowery, held a community forum today in support of students and teachers of Atlanta Public Schools. The meeting was held at the Cascade United Methodist Church, 3144 Cascade Rd. on Saturday, July 9. "We would like to show our support for the teachers and students who have worked hard and honest that are being overlooked by the recent negative attention surrounding the Atlanta Public School System," Councilman C.T. Martin said of the meeting. The forum comes in revelation and response to the findings of an extensive state investigators' report, announced by Gov. Nathan Deal July 5. The report found evidence of cheating at 44 of the 56 Atlanta public schools. Georgia public school students …