Monday, March 4, 2013
You can rate a local business. Check some that already are online.
Did you know that you can write a review and assign a rating in Suwanee Patch's business directory? Many readers already have. From restaurants such as Ippolito's in Town Center to cleaners to retail stores, people have shared their opinions and experiences. For instance, check one review of Ippolito's, an Italian restaurant that is a popular gathering place. One reviewer gave it 5 stars, which is the best. My husband and I love Ippolito's! We enjoy the atmosphere and the friendly staff too! Food is excellent. -- How do you use the Suwanee Patch business directory? Share your experiences in the comments below. And that goes for chain retail outlets such as Walmart, which is located in a commercial area near a busy intersection. One …
Thursday, March 1, 2012
Robert Cunningham of Athens is the son of Ippolito's owner Dick Cunningham.
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Thursday, March 1, 2012
Updated 12:33 p.m., March 2 The son of Ippolito's Restaurant owner Dick Cunningham was killed Tuesday in a crash in Pennsylvania, according to a media report. Robert Cunningham, 35, of Athens was killed in Westmoreland County, Pa. He was driving the wrong way in the westbound lanes of the I-70 in North Belle Vernon when his vehicle struck a FedEx truck, according to the report. State police said the crash happened about 8:20 p.m. Cunningham's rig hit a tractor-trailer driven by Gregory Puzhnyak, 53, of Brooklyn, N.Y. That vehicle was then hit from behind by a rig driven by Thomas A. Baldwin, 44, of Hull, Ill., according to a media report. Ippolito's frequently is a participant in events at Town Center Park in Suwanee. Suwanee Patch will …
Friday, July 22, 2011
Event will feature vendors offering samples of up to 150 beers.
The clues: Glass cutters. Dogs. Skydivers. Beer. If you guessed "What has Suwanee Town Center Park hosted in 2011?" you are right. Actually, the real beer event is still to come, as the Suwanee Beerfest is to run from noon to 8 p.m. Saturday at Town Center Park. That is, PART of the park. The first-time event will feature about 50 vendors offering up to 150 types of American beers, according to Matt Dial, co-owner of Suwanee Magazine, which is coordinating the event. Patrons can buy a ticket that allows them into an area of the park where vendors are offering 3-ounce samples of various beers. As with other events at the park, alcohol may not be brought into or out of the park. Yes, organizers are on guard. "We're not running a drunk-fest…