|"C" Street, later changed to Cleveland Boulevard. The address for the brown brick in the foreground on the left is currently 1919 Cleveland Boulevard.
The church in the background is the German Zion Methodist Church
|Happy September Granite City!
This month we will be waving good bye to summer, we sure hate to see her go.
As usual, there is tons of stuff going on in our hometown during the month of September.
If you have been waiting for super discounted spay and neuter services for your pooch
or kitty, now is the time! The OpSPOT Spay / Neuter waggin' will be in Granite City
this month, please see their advertisement where you will find all the information you need.
And it's AMVETS Turkey Shoot time of the year, this is always a good time, check out their
The 4th Annual Spooktacular Event is slowly coming up on us, a great event for
your little ghouls and goblins, with a free candy parade and many more activities.
Remember to check the home page often, as always, we update new information at the
bottom! Jump in on the Discussion Board, you never know what your friends and neighbors
are saying...it's September in Granite City
|SHOP GINGER'S "GOING OUT OF BUSINESS"
SALE - DISCOUNTS THROUGHOUT THE STORE
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Please come back soon - Last updated September 17, 2012
|The Cutting Room Haunted House
“Where horror scenes come to life”
Clive Farrell, a once high profile movie director could
no longer separate life from art. Tormented by the
demons of the silver screen, he became deranged.
The very industry that he helped to create, cast him
aside, leaving him even deeper in the darkness of
his demented mind. Ever the ...click to read more
and for more information....
|After much speculating in
the Discussion Board
about Mollenbrocks, which
pops up as the location for
some when posting in social
media sites, we started
digging to see if we could
solve this mystery.
Though the mystery is not
solved, we have discovered
a postcard, courtesy of
Historical Museum and
The postcard reads,
"Fishing at Mollenbrocks"
"Granite City, Ill" 5230
Where do you think this is?
Post your guesses
in the Discussion Board, we
are anxious to hear from