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Henry's Louisiana Grill to Change Ownership
An Acworth institution will soon change ownership. Longtime owners of Henry’s Louisiana Grill — Henry and Claudia Chandler — will transition the restaurant to a new owner by March 25, according to Claudia Chandler. Henry Chandler, known as Chef Henry, will stay on through the transition and continue executing dishes, while Claudia Chandler begins enjoying her retirement. ...
Husband and Wife Indicted for Disposing of Baby's Ashes
A Cobb grand jury indicted a husband and wife last week for allegedly stealing an urn and disposing of a child’s ashes while they worked at Wellstar Kennestone Hospital’s linen sorting facility. Anilus and Rosnie Frederic, both of Dallas, are accused of stealing the urn from Carla Watson on Jan. 25, 2023, while working at Kennestone. According to the warrants, the Frederics found a teddy bear belonging to Watson from...
A Taste of Italy in Cartersville: Three Must-Try Italian Restaurants
In this article, we're exploring three delightful Italian restaurants in Cartersville. Have you had the pleasure of dining at any of these establishments yet? If yes, we would love to hear your experiences. Please share your thoughts in the comments section below~:
Indulge in Cartersville: The Ultimate Guide to 4 Irresistible Ice Cream and Frozen Yogurt Shops
In this article, we'll be exploring four fantastic Ice Cream and Frozen Yogurt spots in Cartersville. Have you had the chance to visit any of these yet? If you have, we'd love to hear about your experiences! Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments section below.
Laura Ralston – what do you even do here?
Laura Ralston serves as the mathematics professor at the Cartersville campus. She has been with Georgia Highlands for 25 years, teaching everything from learning support to precalculus. Now, she mainly teaches statistics. She stated that her main goal is to teach and interact with students in hopes that it will...
How personal income has changed in Cherokee County—plus, see how it compares to the rest of the state and country
Stacker analyzed Bureau of Economic Analysis data to see how personal income has changed in Cherokee County, Georgia and how it compares to state and national levels.
Patron reports gun threat while dining at restaurant
MILTON, Ga. — A Canton man reported to police Feb. 9 that while with his family at a restaurant on Windward Parkway, he was threatened by someone who claimed he had a gun. The Canton man told police another man advised his family and restaurant employees to call the police because someone in the rear of the location had threatened to shoot him.
Zonings Near You
Here’s a look at the zoning cases the Cobb Board of Commissioners considered Tuesday. This list is typically published four times a month — before and after the first Cobb Planning Commission hearing and again before and after the Cobb Board of Commissioners’ meeting. Items that are continued will be heard first at the next commission zoning hearing. Items that are held will be heard at the end of the next zoning hearing. Generally, cases may be held only twice, but they can be continued without limit. ...
NWS Warning of Fire Danger Conditions in North Georgia
Parts of north and west Georgia including Cherokee County are under warning of high fire danger Tuesday afternoon from the National Weather Service. Residents are being asked to refer to local burn permitting authorities before igniting anything outdoors and to proceed with extreme caution. If you do burn outside, it’s advised to keep a water hose, and a shovel/hoe close to the fire and never leave the fire unattended. Low humidity and light winds are expected Tuesday afternoon into the evening. Relative humidities of 25% or less can be expected for four or more hours. Winds will be variable at 5 mph or less.
Cherokee County's Justin Bolsen Returning to 'Jeopardy!' in March
Justin Bolsen, a student at Brown University from Cherokee County who won a $100,000 prize on “Jeopardy!” in March 2023, is returning to the show in March. By winning the Jeopardy! High School Reunion Tournament last year, Bolsen qualified to compete in the Tournament of Champions competition. Bolsen will compete March 5 in a quarterfinal matchup against Ben Chan, a nine-game champion from Green Bay, Wisc. and Emmett Stanton, a...
🚧 Traffic Alert: Crash Blocks Lane on I-575 South in Cherokee County, Georgia
The time displayed is local to the original X account in Georgia. A traffic accident has resulted in the blockage of one left lane and the shoulder on I-575 South, just past the Towne Lake Parkway (mile marker 8), in Cherokee County. Local authorities are advising motorists to avoid travel in this direction and to seek alternative routes. The estimated time for the resolution of this incident is 8:00 am. Travelers can call 511 for updates or follow the incident online for the latest information at https://t.co/O75sofH1EX.
Cherokee Farm Bureau Announces 3rd Grade Poster Contest Winners
The Cherokee County Farm Bureau recently awarded certificates to the winners of its annual Third Grade Farm-City Week Poster Contest. The winners are: Avery Elementary School 1st place: Olivia Buford 2nd place: Meryl Castner ...
Cherokee Schools Honors New Members of Educators Hall of Fame
The Cherokee County School District has welcomed a new class into its CCSD Educators Hall of Fame, the district announced. The CCSD Educators Hall of Fame recognizes retired educators who made significant contributions during their career in CCSD and left a lasting positive impact on the lives of students, colleagues and the community. The school board and Superintendent Brian Hightower this month inducted five new members to the prestigious group...
Man Convicted of Family Violence Aggravated Assault in Cherokee County
A man has been convicted by a Cherokee County jury of strangling a woman last year. Morris Michael McCoy, 45, of Decatur, was found guilty of family violence aggravated assault and cruelty to children in the third degree (two counts) on Friday, following a one-day trial, the Cherokee County District Attorney’s Office announced. According to the district attorney’s office, on April 30 the Canton Police Department responded to the scene...
Around Town: Connecting the Billion-Dollar Dots to NW Georgia's Boom. New Clifftop Escape Almost Ready
Maybe we’re pushing our literary license a bit with this but, from an outsider’s observation, we’re watching Northwest Georgia’s future economy connect, millions and billions of dollars at a time. Consider: On Thursday, Solarcycle♦ announced plans for a $344 million, 600-job solar glass manufacturing/recycling center in Cedartown. ♦ That came a day after Qcells♦ announces...
Man Indicted in Fatal Crash Near Sprayberry High
A Cobb grand jury has indicted a Woodstock man in a fatal crash near Sprayberry High School in April of last year. Aaron Andre Brooks, 19, was arrested in August for allegedly crashing into a car driven by Zhi Zhang while driving nearly 50 mph above the posted speed limit on Piedmont Road on April 29. Police say Brooks was driving 94 mph in a 2012 Jeep Liberty five seconds...
VOTE 2024: Opening day of early voting complete, first ballots cast
The Presidential Preference Primary in Georgia is up and running as early voting got underway on Presidents Day. So far, 91 ballots have been cast in the race to determine who Georgia’s state parties will vote for this summer at nominating committees for who will be on the ballot for the Presidency this fall. Cedartown […] The post VOTE 2024: Opening day of early voting complete, first ballots cast appeared first on Polk Today.
Acworth Man Convicted of Cherokee County Shooting to Serve 10 Years in Prison
An Acworth man has been sentenced to serve 10 years in prison after he was convicted in a 2022 shooting on Highway 92, the Cherokee County District Attorney’s Office announced. On Feb. 15, Superior Court Judge Tony Baker sentenced Wade Anthony McEwen, 63, of Acworth, to 30 years, with the first 10 years in confinement. A Cherokee County jury convicted McEwen on Jan. 30, of two counts of aggravated battery,...
Cherokee County Promotes Seven Firefighters
Cherokee County Fire and Emergency Services recently recognized seven firefighters who were promoted. The fire department held a ceremony Feb. 15 at the Cherokee County Fire Training Complex in Holly Springs. Fire Apparatus Operators Cody James and Eric Lusk were promoted to the rank of Sergeant. Sgt. Tim Carter and Sgt. David Jones were promoted to the rank of Lieutenant. Lt. Craig Henderson, Lt. Michael Sims, and Lt. Justin Williams...
Cherokee County Voters to Decide Whether to Expand Senior School Property Tax Exemption
Cherokee County residents are set to vote in May on whether to expand the county’s senior school property tax exemption. The state Senate passed Senate Bill 388 Friday, and Gov. Brian Kemp signed the bill Monday. The bill calls for a local ballot referendum election no later than the May 21 primary election. If a majority of Cherokee County voters approve it, it would go into effect Jan. 1, 2025. ...