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Community Review
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    Spring arrived on Wednesday, and it is definitely here. I love spring, but my allergies are at their worst this time of year. And from the coughs and sneezes I’ve heard around town, I’m not alone.
    I was worried about the spring blooms with the confusing winter weather we had, but they are absolutely gorgeous. The dogwoods are particularly beautiful with their drifts of blossoms that seem to float like clouds in the air. The azaleas are at their peak, also. I keep trying to decide on my favorite color, but I just can’t—I like them all. And so do the bees. Let us see your beautiful yard. Post your pictures on the Photo Gallery. Or, blog us with the most beautiful streets or scenic drives so we can enjoy them, too.

Dining Guide
    One of my favorite features on our Web site is the dining guide. Now when we can’t decide where we want to eat, we click on “Where to Eat” to look at menus before we go. More restaurants are coming on board. Soon our site will be upgraded so that restaurants with information online will have their names in bold, making it easy for you to tell who has placed their information online for you.
    Right now, the following restaurants online are:
     Daily Grind
     Daylight Donuts
     Dingus Magee’s
     Domino’s Pizza
     El Sombrero
     Gnat’s Landing
     Longhorn Steakhouse
     McAlister’s Deli
     RJ’s Seafood & Steaks
     Sonny’s Barbecue       
     Vandy’s Barbecue
     Wise Guys
    If you would like to have your restaurant on our guide, please contact your regular ad rep or me.


    The Sports Guys, Biz Insider and Answer Doc answered many of your questions this week. If you missed out, you can still read the questions and answers online. This week, catch Biz Insider Jan Moore tomorrow at 4:30 p.m., Answer Doc Chris Munger on Tuesday at 11 a.m. and the Sports Guys on Thursday at 6 p.m. Remember to create your account and log in on the Community Page on the Web site. To ask a question click on “Add a Comment” at the bottom of the opening blog, type it in and click “Submit.” You may need to refresh the page to see the answer.

Kidsville & Truman
    Truman had a great time at Swing into Spring on Friday evening. He hopes to see you all again really soon. Look for the chance to win a visit to your classroom from Truman in the April Kidsville.
    Make it a great week!

    Community News Editor Pat Homer can be reached by phone at (912) 489-9465 or by e-mail at phomer@statesboroherald.
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