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2 people killed, 1 person hospitalized after a 5-vehicle pile-up near Cartersville (Cartersville, GA)

2 people killed, 1 person hospitalized after a 5-vehicle pile-up near Cartersville (Cartersville, GA)Nationwide Report. On Thursday evening, two people lost their lives while one person suffered injuries following a multi-vehicle wreck near Cartersville. As per the initial information, the fatal five-vehicle pile-up took place along mile marker 293 on I-75 in which three tractor-trailers, a box truck and a blue car were involved [...]
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Traffic stops lead to multiple drug arrests in White County

Three Northeast Georgia men face drug charges following three separate traffic stops overnight Thursday in White County. During the stops, patrol deputies seized over 40 grams of methamphetamine and two firearms, Sheriff Ricky Kelley says. Kelly identifies those arrested as 42-year-old Edwin Henry Johncox, Jr., of Eastanolle, 50-year-old Marcus Fred...
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Brothers rebrand long-time Sandy Springs barbecue restaurant

Brothers Andy and Glenn McDaniel may have changed the name of their Sandy Springs barbecue restaurant to McDaniel’s QN2, but they’ve kept customer favorites while putting their spin on the menu. The brothers began at this location as a Slope’s BBQ franchise 20 years ago in March. They had the chance to make a change […] The post Brothers rebrand long-time Sandy Springs barbecue restaurant appeared first on Reporter Newspapers & Atlanta Intown.

Check out Kennesaw Mountain's Backside for a Diverse, Challenging Hike

Thousands of people hike or walk up the main trails to Kennesaw Mountain each week for the exercise and the views from the summit. But have you checked out Kemo's backside, a shapely, well-rounded, and beautiful natural attraction often unseen and unappreciated by those drawn to KeMo’s more recognizable and oft-visited full-frontal approach?

July 4 holiday events in Cobb-Marietta; fireworks guidance

The signature event in Cobb County for Independence Day is the parade and Glover Park celebration in the City of Marietta on Monday, but there are plenty of other events around the county and in East Cobb to enjoy the holiday. In East Cobb, the Mohs family will be setting...

Carrig family donates to Big Canoe Public Safety in Honor of Mike Carrig

The family of Mike Carrig, the Big Canoe volunteer fire fighter who died in May, presented a check for $15,000 to the department of Public Safety at the christening ceremony for the department’s new fire truck. Mike’s widow was accompanied by daughter Elizabeth Peterson and son Mike Carrig.

Arrest made in targeted Midtown murder

An arrest has been made in the murder of Desmond Ramone Key, who was gunned down outside a Midtown apartment building on April 4 in what police called a “targeted robbery.” Atlanta Police Homicide investigators identified a suspect and issued an arrest warrant for Keon Hudson, 19. Hudson was taken into custody on June 29 […] The post Arrest made in targeted Midtown murder appeared first on Reporter Newspapers & Atlanta Intown.

Founders Hall Retail Line Up Announced

South Main Development Partners is excited to announce commencement of construction of retail and office development located in the heart of Alpharetta, Georgia called Founders Hall. Lining main street and situated across from City Hall, the classically designed building will marry old-world elegance with modern style. The three-story building, 30,000...

Summer STEM Program Geared Towards High Schoolers | PCOM Georgia

Opportunities Academy Educates Gwinnett Students about Health Care. The Gwinnett students from high schools including Shiloh, North Gwinnett, Collins Hill and Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science, and Technology were ensconced in an anatomy lesson during the Opportunities Academy, a weeklong experience on the campus of the Suwanee medical school. Eight PCOM Georgia students, in the Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine and the Masters of Biomedical Sciences programs, served as mentors, while faculty members and invited guests shared their knowledge and experience.

PCO Recalls Energy and Inflation Crises of 1970s

Editor’s note: Charles Ruby, owner of Safe Exterminating Co., Jasper, Ga., submitted the following guest editorial to PCT in response to our June 2022 cover story “Money in the Tank,” which examined what PCOs are doing in response record-high fuel costs. Regarding your recent magazine cover story...

Ethics complaint against Milton official moves forward

MILTON, Ga. — An ethics panel agreed June 30 to schedule a hearing to settle a claim that Milton City Councilman Paul Moore improperly voted on a matter involving his neighborhood. The issue goes back to a May 2 Milton City Council meeting in which Moore voted to defer...