Leon County to Host Household Hazardous Waste and Electronics Collection Event this Saturday

By Amy Marcos | Photo: Leon County Government On Saturday, December 7, 2019, from 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m., you can drop off any household hazardous waste or electronics that you no longer need at the  Leon County Public Works Operations Center. Located at 2280 Miccosukee Rd, this is Leon County’s last collection event of the year.  “During the September, October and November 2019 collection events, 1,243 … Continue reading Leon County to Host Household Hazardous Waste and Electronics Collection Event this Saturday

Tallahassee Balloon Festival to Be Hosted in March 2020

By Cristi McKee | Photo: Tallahassee Balloon Festival The first Tallahassee Balloon Festival will take place on March 20, 2020, and March 21, 2020, beginning at 4:00 p.m. Hosted by the North Florida Fair and the Tallahassee Balloon Festival, this ticketed event will be held on site at the North Florida Fairgrounds, which is located at 441 Paul Russell Road. This family-friendly event will include … Continue reading Tallahassee Balloon Festival to Be Hosted in March 2020

5 Things to be Grateful For in Tallahassee

By The Tally Wire staff | Photo: Ashley Knedler Our capital city offers welcoming neighbors and friends, beautiful scenery, top-notch schools, fantastic parks, and more. This Thanksgiving, consider these 5 things to be grateful for here in town.  The canopy roads — Our city’s iconic canopy roads is something that many other cities cannot boast of. Our schools — From the college campuses, to our small … Continue reading 5 Things to be Grateful For in Tallahassee

5 Reasons to Shop Local in Tallahassee this Black Friday

By Cristi McKee | Photo: Tim Mossholder Black Friday is coming up, and so is the opportunity take advantage of the best deals on toys, clothing, and electronics at your favorite stores. While purchasing some items from bigbox retailers is money-efficient and overall inevitable, you should also consider shopping at locally-owned Tallahassee businesses this Black Friday. Here’s why.  You’re supporting fellow residents of Tallahassee — … Continue reading 5 Reasons to Shop Local in Tallahassee this Black Friday

Bradley’s Country Store to Celebrate 49th Annual Fun Day on November 23

By Cristi McKee | Photo: Bradley’s Country Store  On Saturday, November 23, Bradley’s Country Store will celebrate their 49th annual Fun Day on location at 10655 Centerville Rd. This year’s fun day will run from 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m, and admission and parking to this family-friendly event is free. This year’s fun and festivities include performances by the Mountain Dew Cloggers and the Allie Cats Band, … Continue reading Bradley’s Country Store to Celebrate 49th Annual Fun Day on November 23

Painting the Town: A Local Muralist Adds Artistic Flair to the Capital City

By Abby Cloud | Photo: Kenny Maguire Since moving to the Tallahassee area in March of this year, artist and muralist Kenny Maguire has most definitely left his mark on both the Sunshine State and its capital city. Maguire, a hidden treasure artist found in the quirky and vibrant Railroad Square Art District, has been a devoted muralist since he was 9-years-old. The Tally Wire … Continue reading Painting the Town: A Local Muralist Adds Artistic Flair to the Capital City

St. Peter’s Anglican Cathedral Dedicates New Pipe Organ

By Cristi McKee | Photo: Cristi McKee On Sunday, October 6, local Anglican church, St. Peter’s Anglican Cathedral, dedicated their new A.E. Schlueter pipe organ, which has been partially completed and installed. In celebration of the pipe organ’s dedication, which was this morning, the Cathedral held a recital and evensong service tonight. While not fully completed, the organ will eventually house 131 ranks of pipes, … Continue reading St. Peter’s Anglican Cathedral Dedicates New Pipe Organ