The Polk County Chamber of Commerce has announced a date for fireworks rescheduled because of wet weather during the Homespun Festival.
The Polk County Board of Education voted Wednesday night to give taxpayers back some of the money the school system takes in locally.
The Rockmart Cultural Arts Commission has announced the following events.
Polk 4-H’ers recently attended State Council at Rock Eagle 4-H Center.
Polk County is looking to get volunteers and businesses involved in a new program to help felons succeed when they return to the area after being released from prison.
Unseasonably cool temperatures will be sticking around through the weekend, along with a chance of rain showers through Sunday according to the National Weather Service.
DALLAS, Ga. (AP) — Authorities say a 42-year-old woman is hospitalized after she was found badly beaten on the Silver Comet Trail northwest of Atlanta.
A burglar busted a window and cut a wire cage to burglarize a van parked at a Calhoun business.
One local couple who are looking to open a museum in a historic downtown Cedartown building are one step closer to that goal, but plenty of work remains to be completed.
With a call to 911, a convenience store clerk Wednesday began an incident that would result in the capture of two escaped inmates.
People who love flea markets have a new place to peruse.
Kathy Tucker talks about her new business, Arts of Serendipity, as she creates an arrangement of colorful flowers on her desk.
A Cedartown High School student came home with a top honor from a conference for the Future Business Leaders of America.
An overturned semi truck full of trash was blocking one eastbound lane on highway 278 outside of Cedartown at the intersection of Grady road.
On the way to work this past Monday morning, I was listening to NPR for lack of an audiobook I haven’t heard a million times, and listened to an interesting story.
Polk County police are still baffled by the story of a youth who claims he was injured in a motorcycle accident.
Volunteers closed the Summerville women's battered shelter after celebrating 10 years in existence.
The Polk County Board of Commissioners will vote whether or not to place a 20-year fire plan on the November ballot during its regular meeting on August 5.
ATLANTA – As state and national leaders consider alternatives for funding future transportation needs, the Georgia Department of Transportation wants to know what Georgians would like in their 21st Century transportation system and how they recommend paying for it.
The Polk County Board of Commissioners has tentatively adopted a millage rate of 11.350, an increase of .507 mills over the 2013 rate of 10.850.