Local officials are meeting today with Port of Savannah authorities in their continuing efforts to push for the 411 Connector.
A caretaker told police someone ordered items online in the name of the West Avenue woman under her care.
Warmer weather is in store for the first part of this week, but expect rain and cooler temperatures by Wednesday according to the National Weather Service.
The Optimist Club of Cedartown will be able to donate $4,100 this year to local youth organizations thanks to funds raised during this year’s Ham and Egg breakfast.
Education was the big winner in the Georgia FY15 budget, with a $530 million funding boost in the in $20.8 billion budget approved by the state senate last week.
A man who lead police on a high-speed chase has not been arrested yet, but a police official said he will be taken in on an outstanding warrant.
WELSHfest, the only Welsh-centered festival in Georgia, will be held from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, March 15 in downtown Rockmart.
A disagreement turned deadly Saturday night, March 8, in Walker County.
Mayor Evan King is resigning from office, effective Thursday, for “personal reasons,” Adairsville officials said Monday.
It’s Cancer Navigators’ biggest fundraiser of the year and arguably the most fun.
DALTON, GA (WRCB) - Law enforcement officials are on the scene of a homicide in Whitfield County.
From the March 3 Progress special section:
Cave Spring’s City Hall isn’t your typical government building.
A Rockmart man died Saturday night in a motorcycle crash in Cedartown.
A computer illustration is all that exists right now of The Tennis Center of Georgia at Berry College.
Warmer temperatures are right around the corner in Polk County for the weekend and coming week, according to the National Weather Service.
Chilly temperatures are in the forecast for the overnight hours, but expect things to warm up for the weekend on Saturday according to the National Weather Service.
Wilkerson’s last official day with the City will be March 24; a public reception honoring his service will take place Wednesday, March 19 from 3 to 5 p.m. at City Hall
ATLANTA -- The final half-day of the weeklong candidate-qualifying period brought few surprises Friday other than the addition of some unknowns in a handful of races.
A Valley Drive resident reported that approximately $1,500 in cash was taken in a home burglary on March 6, according to Cedartown police reports.
ATLANTA -- More than half of Georgians with HIV are not currently in treatment, health officials say.