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68-year-old Ray F Reece dead after a single-vehicle crash in Cobb County (Powder Springs, GA)

68-year-old Ray F Reece dead after a single-vehicle crash in Cobb County (Powder Springs, GA)Nationwide Report. Authorities identified 68-year-old Ray F Reece as the man who lost his life following a crash in Powder Springs. As per the initial information, the fatal single-vehicle wreck took place sometime between 9 a.m. and 5:20 p.m. on Mayes Road [...]
COBB COUNTY, GA
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Dunkin’ to open “Next Gen” Restaurant on Shorter Avenue on Thursday

Dunkin’ announced its newest Next Generation restaurant in Rome located at 2101 Shorter Avenue will open on Thursday, June 30th at 6 AM. The new store features Dunkin’s Next-Gen store design, using innovative technologies to enhance the guest’s experience and make their daily Dunkin’ run faster and more convenient than ever before. 
ROME, GA
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Cartersville Police seeks Public Aid in locating missing Woman

The Cartersville Police Department is asking the public to be on the lookout for a missing woman. Ms. Leah Penny was reported missing on June 22nd, 2022. She was last seen at the QuikTrip gas station at 1364 Joe Frank Harris Parkway in Cartersville. According to Cartersville Police, Ms. Penny...
CARTERSVILLE, GA
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Georgia Power: Coal Ash to be removed at Plant Bowen for Project

Georgia Power announced today a landmark coal ash beneficial use project at Plant Bowen near Cartersville, Georgia, where millions of tons of stored ash will be excavated for use in concrete to construct bridges, roads, and buildings in Georgia – and throughout the Southeast. The project will be the single largest beneficial use project of its kind in the U.S. and the largest ever for Georgia Power.
CARTERSVILLE, GA
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Georgia Power to Launch Single Largest Beneficial Use Project for Coal Ash in U.S.

New project with Eco Material Technologies calls for coal ash to be removed at Plant Bowen and beneficially used for construction materials such as concrete. Georgia Power announced today a landmark coal ash beneficial use project at Plant Bowen near Cartersville, Georgia, where millions of tons of stored ash will be excavated for use in concrete to construct bridges, roads, and buildings in Georgia – and throughout the Southeast. The project will be the single largest beneficial use project of its kind in the U.S., and the largest ever for Georgia Power.
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Have You Checked Out Kemo's Backside? It's a Well-Rounded 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?
KENNESAW, GA
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Blood Assurance announces Baseball Ticket Promotion for Donors

From July 1-8, the nonprofit organization is rewarding each donor who gives at its Rome donation center. (178 Shorter Ave.) two complimentary tickets to the Aug. 5 Rome Braves game against the Greenville. Drive (while supplies last). Additionally, donors will receive a baseball-themed t-shirt. Moreover, in a rematch of last...
ROME, GA
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The Market in Acworth

AT THE MARKET in Acworth, shopping is much more than a means to an end—it’s an inspiring experience. Designed with a charming main street-meets designer showhouse vibe, the 50,000-square-foot space houses more than 170 dealers peddling everything from vintage masterpieces to the most modern trends in everything from home décor to jewelry and accessories. We’re particular fans of The Kindred Market booth, which features fashionable finds from fair trade artisans. And at least 10 percent of proceeds from all Market sales give back to the community, emphasizing children’s organizations. Visit The Market at 5500 Bells Ferry Road and visit the-mkt.com for info on upcoming events.
ACWORTH, GA
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Three Georgia power plants land on list of nation’s dirtiest

ATLANTA - Georgia is home to three of the nation’s 100 dirtiest power plants, the Atlanta-based Environment Georgia Research & Policy Center reported Monday. Georgia Power’s Plant Bowen near Cartersville topped the Georgia list for carbon emissions and is ranked 23rd in the country. Two of Plant Bowen’s four coal-burning units were due to be retired by 2028 under a proposal the Atlanta…
ATLANTA, GA
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