5-Point FRIDAY!

Where you need to be this weekend: Downtown Dalton Summer Music Series Burr Park Friday 6/29 - 7:30 pm About: Enjoy music from Chattanooga's 9th Street Stompers! The jazzy, bluesy, acoustic group will go on stage at 7:30 and the best news... it wont be that hot this evening! (Isn't legal open container and live... Continue Reading →

Dalton Outdoors Day Trip: Amicalola Falls

Destination: Amicalola Falls Distance: 56.1 Miles (1 Hour and 15 Minutes) - From the epicenter of Dalton.... The Oakwood Directions: Take US 76 south of Chatsworth through Ellijay for the quickest route. If you are the scenic type, take 52 over Fort Mountain! Address: 418 Amicalola Falls State Park Rd, Dawsonville, GA 30534 No matter which... Continue Reading →

5 quick & nutritious lunch options

Eating healthy can be tricky when you're short on time. Here are some of our top picks for quick nutritious bites downtown. Salads don’t have to be boring with More than Greens! Load up your lettuce with as many fresh toppings as you’d like. Stop by Love Empanadas for a yummy smoothie packed with your... Continue Reading →

Well Hello, Burr Park!

A drive down Hamilton Street will reveal the changing landscape of Downtown Dalton. The most noticeable of the improvements is the new Burr Park amphitheater, located next to the Landmark Building (the tall yellow one). Formerly the location of the Lee Printing building, and then a grass field, now a gathering spot for the community. The... Continue Reading →

Dalton Real Estate Rumors – June 2018

Who doesn’t love a good rumor? Here at Marla's Beachfront Properties, we love to learn about new businesses and developments in and around Dalton. Because, well...progress! Here is a round-up of the hottest real estate rumors in town, as of June 2018. We have ranked these rumors on our "Rumor-o-Meter" from 0-Wishful Thinking to 10-Pretty... Continue Reading →

Dalton Rush Hour Now Lasting 15 minutes

Dalton residents may be spending a little more time in their vehicles these days. An informal and unscientific study by members of the WSJ traffic and logistics committee found that the average post-work commute time for city residents has increased from 9 to 13 minutes over the past four years. The exact cause of the... Continue Reading →

Hey There!

There is something in air in Dalton these days.  Not manufacturing pollutants or air wafting in from the chicken-house over yonder.  It’s an energy. It seems like we’re in the middle of a period of change in our community, and you can feel it everywhere.  It’s this whatever-it-is that inspired this blog. This project came... Continue Reading →

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