More Changes For Nac
By now, it's no secret that there are TONS of changes going on within the city limits of Nacogdoches. And, for the most part, they've been positive changes.
Let's think about some of the changes that are taking place. There's the transformation of the old Mazzio's into a new Taco Casa (which has a "Now Hiring" sign in front of it - another sign that it's almost done). There's the addition of Chipotle on North St., and the changing of Wendy's into Panda Express, also on North St. Also, the building of a new Ashley Furniture store next to Lowe's on Stallings Dr.
And, of course, we can't go without mentioning all the changes that are taking place downtown. I mean, the Fredonia Brewery opened up last weekend, and the revamped Hotel Fredonia is supposed to be opening up this Summer!
If you're a fan of all the changes that are going on in Nac, I've got another one for you, coming up towards the end of this week!
For as long as I can remember, Cottrell's Christian Books has been open on University Drive. Well, that's changing as well. Cottrell's has been bought out, and renamed, "The Mustard Seed." They've been open for about a week or two now, but this Thursday is the ribbon cutting and grand opening.
If you'd like to attend, the ceremony will be taking place Thursday, March 9th, from 4:30 PM - 5:00 PM.