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.
On March 1, nineteen members of Cedartown High School's DECA program attended the state competition in Atlanta, and seven students won awards.
A well-known name is the first on the list of qualifying for Polk County Board of Commissioners, according to Karen Garmon in the Elections Office.
Chuck Morris formally kicked off his campaign for Superior Court Judge with a reception at Pirkle’s Deli in downtown Cedartown. Local citizens and community activists gathered to show their support, and to discuss the issues facing Polk and Haralson County.
The Rev. Billy Graham has hope for America, Lois Smith has hope for Cedartown.
The man who drove his vehicle into a Cedartown home on Feb. 20 has died, according to Deputy Coroner Tony Brazier.
Cedartown High will be sending one senior on to region competition after she was named the school’s STAR student at the end of February.
Some of the readers of the Polk Fishwrap might be wondering what the new Insurance Office Services rating for the Cedartown Fire Department means for them.
The Cedartown Optimist Club is sponsoring their annual ‘Ham and Egg Day’ breakfast at the Goodyear Civic Center on Saturday, March 8.
Those with farms in operation continuously for more than 100 years have an opportunity for state recognition by the Georgia Centennial Farm Program, according to officials with Cedartown chapter of the Farm Bureau.
Fans of Dr. Seuss will have an opportunity to see how local students will present his work during a performance on Friday of the school’s annual musical.
Some folks have been asking lately something along the lines of “whatever happened to the editor at the paper?”
It’s tax season again, and there are free preparation and filing services being offered at the Cedartown Library from local AARP volunteers.
The Cedartown City Commission voted during their February meeting to allow two businesses in Cedartown the right to sell beer and wine,.
The smallest changes can sometimes make the biggest difference, and local officials and volunteers are hoping their efforts will improve the quality of life for Cedartown residents.
The teenager charged in the murder of a pizza delivery worker was sentenced after entering a plea in Polk County Superior Court today.
Couples young and old have just over a week to find a gift for their favored lover, and local businesses are ready to help shoppers find the right thing for their special someone.
Another set of solar panels might be installed in Cedartown this year if a proposal from Inman Solar is approved by the Cedartown City Commission.