A Secret Garner Goldmine Of A Restaurant, Construction Options For Garner Intersection And A New Coach Comes To South Garner High School
South Garner High School welcomes Daniel Finn with open arms and high hopes in his new career as a football coach for the Garner North Carolina school district. The program is very young and is in need of guidance in order to develop into a formidable force in the state of North Carolina football. The program will only have a junior varsity in their first year but will add on as the years go.
Daniel Finn named football coach at South Garner
South Garner, which is currently being used as a temporary home for Garner High School, will open its doors this fall to freshmen and sophomores. The school will only field a junior varsity football team in its first year, but is expected to add varsity football in the fall of 2019 as a junior class is added.
All other sports are expected to field varsity teams in the first year.
South Garner will wear purple, platinum and black, and the school’s mascot will be the Titans. The school will join the South Wake Athletic Conference. Original Article
A local restaurant that many may pass up upon first glance, Just Cookin’ is an absolute diamond in the town of Garner NC when it comes to food. The restaurant is owned and operated by Anthony Syracuse, a native to the area who takes great pride in his accomplishment of owning his own eatery.
Dining review: Just Cookin’ has a pedigree that’s part Northern deli, part Southern diner
The answer is a deceptively modest eatery called Just Cookin’, and it’s not surprising if you’ve never heard of the place. The location, in a strip mall in Garner, is hardly high-profile. But believe me, it’s worth seeking out.
The restaurant’s folksy name sets the right tone for its unpretentious atmosphere, small-town-friendly wait staff and menu, whose pedigree is part Northern deli, part Southern diner.
But it doesn’t do justice to the level of execution in the kitchen. News Source
This Garner, North Carolina intersection has had a fair share of problems since the day it was first constructed, now there are two options to choose from in order to fix the troubling intersection. The only problem being in order to do so, side streets and local family businesses would have to be blocked and closed off by construction crews.
There are 2 options for fixing Garner intersection; one of them has never been tried in NC
Putting U.S. 70 on a bridge over Hammond Road/ Timber Drive instead would allow through-traffic on the main road to move freely without stopping. But Baloch said there’s not room to build the approaches to a U.S. 70 bridge without blocking access to side streets and businesses, including the Garner Towne Square shopping center.
NCDOT has determined that it can’t leave the intersection as it is. As many as 37,000 cars and trucks a day now pass through the intersection on U.S. 70 alone, and that number is expected to grow to as many as 52,200 by 2040, Baloch said.
NCDOT will present the two options from 4 to 7 p.m. Tuesday at The Capital Church, 1308 U.S. 70 in Garner. Original Source