Ghouls, ghosts and goblins of all shapes and sizes are invited to take part in three special “safe zone” events in Blue Ridge and the Copper Basin.
“It was just three short years ago that we celebrated the ribbon cutting of the first UNG (University of North Georgia) campus in Blue Ridge and fast-forward to today to the groundbreaking of a sta
The Blue Ridge Mountains Arts Association and Art Center’s Fall Arts in the Park festival takes place October 13 and 14, 10 a.m.
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Patriot Rail’s Vice President of Operations Matthew Service, clarified the “added fee” Blue Ridge Mayor Donna Whitener mentioned being added to Blue Ridge Scenic Railway tickets during the August 1