Business

A local consignment shop and sales area is now open for business in the Rockmart area following approval earlier in the month for a special land use permit by the Polk County Commission. 

  • Sean Williams, SJ Correspondent
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Rockmart's antique market is booming, and the city's downtown scene recently got a new kid on the block. With a home at 104 S. Marble St., Treasured Thriftique, LLC- Antique Mall is offering a vast selection of vintage, handcrafted, and homemade items from collectors and creators all over Ro…

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The Vinings at Oxford cut one ribbon for multiple reasons when the Polk Chamber of Commerce visited the housing complex this month.

  • Sean Williams, SJ Correspondent
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The holidays have come to Rockmart and several businesses are getting in on everything Christmas has to offer. Now and Then antiques, Precious Paws, and Smith and Lockwood were just a few businesses sporting decorations and discounts in the name of the holidays.

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Cedartown’s The Border is located at 718 N Main St. where it has been serving Northwest Georgia with “the best Mexican food north of the border,” according to the restaurant’s slogan.

Coffee lovers who enjoyed the variety of choices for their favorite brew will have to look elsewhere for a hot cup these days after the closing of Brother Joe’s earlier this month. According to a Facebook post, the business had plans to potentially grow and move into a new location from it’s…

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North Main Video used to be one of the only places in town to find the latest releases of movies on video cassette or later on DVD.

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The past few weeks have been busy for the Polk County Chamber of Commerce, as events with current members, future leaders and new members all took place before the end of March.

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Members of the Polk County Chamber of Commerce will be seeing their annual rates increase slightly in the coming calendar year when their bills come due again, the first time the organization has increased in eight years.

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On the north end of Main Street across the street from the Best Western, a project that has been ongoing since Spring of 2016 is now ready for the public to use.

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Jason Croft of Taylorsville plans to open Haw Holler Barbecue - a new family style restaurant - in the building that formerly housed The Little Italy at 110 Sycamore Grove in Rockmart.

Missy Kendrick, new President of the Development Authority of Polk County (DAPC), made a visit to Rockmart prior to her arrival on Monday, Sept. 19.

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