The Getaway Trolley, a new trolley service owned and operated by Jake and Erin Harlan, is now in operation, offering rides to various tourist locations throughout St. James. The goal is to offer passengers rides to the many wineries and dining locations in town, while providing a fun experience for those riding.
Hundreds filled the downtown plaza on Saturday as the annual Sip n’ Savor returned to St. James. Sponsored by the St. James Chamber of Commerce, the event featured wineries, food trucks, a beer garden, games, boutiques, and more for participants to enjoy.
Residents can once again rent the downtown historic train depot after over a year of the building being shut down. Beginning on May 15, anyone interested in renting the facility can do so online or by calling the St. James Parks and Recreation Department.
The St. James United Methodist Church is celebrating 154 years in the community with a free, public event this Saturday, May 14. There will be several games, activities, food, and more offered to participants throughout the afternoon.
The St. James Municipal Utility Board met in join session with the St. James City Council on Monday night to discuss ongoing projects involving utilities throughout St. James. Three major projects that the board feels must be addressed immediately were identified.