These were among the most-read stories by Piedmont Patch viewers this past week:
Plus the Piedmont Police Department's license plate reader turns up a case of "cold plating."
There's a 2,500-square-foot home on Wildwood Avenue that sits on a third of an acre. Here's what it costs.
This historic photograph shows a young Mark Twain in top hat signing autographs at Piedmont White Sulphur Springs in 1867. We're asking readers to help us pinpoint exactly where it was taken. Do you know?
Just two homes to view today.
The price tag is steep, but lunch promises to be elegant and a rare look inside Rutherford House is included.
And the week's most popular blog: PHS College and Career Center Rolls Out Blog on Alumni College Experiences by Julie Reichle.
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