Posts tagged with "Downtown Decatur"

How Trinity Triangle became Arlo

Posted by Dena Mellick September 22, 2015

By Dena Mellick, Associate editor Trinity Triangle has long been a working name for the mixed-use development project being built along East Trinity Place at the East Howard intersection. The project is now known as Arlo, and it took a lot of work and brainstorming to come up with the name. Kent Collins, with Centro […]

Decatur’s Trinity Mercantile & Design moves across the street

Posted by Dena Mellick September 22, 2015

A Decatur home furnishing and gift store has moved, but not very far. You can now find Trinity Mercantile & Design across the street from its original East Trinity Place location at 116 East Trinity Place, next to the Big Peach Running Co. In a press release, the store announced the new location doubles the store size to 3,450 square feet […]

Houndstooth Road leaving downtown Decatur

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt September 14, 2014

This story has been updated.  A local cycling shop known for selling expensive imported bikes is leaving its location in downtown Decatur. The shop was closed this weekend and has a note on the door that says, “Friends we are moving this month, more to come.” Owner Jae Schmidt told Decaturish that the overhead at […]

ABC’s ‘Resurrection’ filming in Decatur

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt September 4, 2014

If you’re out and about in downtown Decatur today, you may have noticed trucks lined up along Ponce de Leon in front of the old Decatur Courthouse.  There are also crews hauling equipment near the historic building. Katie Abel with the city’s Community and Economic Development Office tells Decaturish that the production crew is filming […]

VIDEO: Labor Day Weekend Rages on For Victory Sandwich Bar Employees

Posted by Decaturish.com September 3, 2013

A holiday weekend doesn’t always mean a day off in this day and age. More places are open, more people are working. Labor Day seems like less of a big deal than when I was growing up. I wondered about why that is? Schools start before Labor Day here in the south, so there’s less […]

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