Three Cedartown stores and three local store clerks were issued citations Thursday, Aug. 28, for selling alcohol to a minor.
Cedartown's own Sam Hunt has reached another country music milestone.
City manager says Cedartown staying on budget for year
The Cedartown City Commission unanimously approved two measures they hope will help clean up the city’s image for residents and customers alike.
Summer concert and cruise-in coming Aug. 22
Representatives from Winthrop Senior Living Center in Cedartown get their shovels in the dirt as they celebrate the beginning of a new project to add additional rooms to their facility. Owner Charlie Williams said he is looking forward to seeing hte changes once the project is complete.
Panhandlers in Cedartown beware: the city commission is about to beef up an ordinance that will allow for better enforcement of a growing problem.
Editor’s Note: This is the first in a six-part series authored by the late A. C. Duke, Sr., contributed by Greg Gray and drawn from the files of Polk County Historical Society. Duke writes about his memories of Cedartown in the early 1880s. Things listed as ‘still standing’ was from the time this article was written.
Larry and Patti Clemons Dooley recently celebrated their golden wedding anniversary.
“I am surprised,” said Kilik Dulaney as he admired the bicycle he won during the Summer Reading Program (SRP) at Cedartown Library.
Faith Missionary Baptist Church has announced free backpacks and school supplies will be distributed from 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday, August 9 or until supplies run out.
The Alzheimer’s As-sociation will host a Mid-Day Café from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 16, at Cedartown Church of God in Cedartown.
A new business in Cedartown is set to celebrate its grand opening on Saturday after months of preparation come down to the store opening its doors.
A local ministry will be holding an event at Turner Street Park on Saturday, Aug. 9 for parents and students heading back to school next week.
The International Missionary Society played host in Cedartown over the past few days to a conference of Seventh Day Adventists from around the globe who participated in a five-day session celebrating the centennial of the Seventh Day Adventist Church Reform Movement General Conference.
A jury found a former soldier on trial for the 2011 fatal shooting of his wife guilty on all charges just before lunchtime today.
An annual tradition continues at F.H.F. Hair Design of providing free haircuts for kids who come into the salon on Main Street in Cedartown.
A vote from the Cedartown city commission during their work session will make one group of residents happy following a brief report from the city manager on the issue.
Local residents are invited to “be our guest” at the Cedartown Performing Arts Center for an upcoming performance by the Cedartown Theatrical Performers’ Company (CTPC) coming up next week.
Residents wishing to make our Japanese visitors feel welcome need to remember one word: Gambatte!
A Cedartown High School student came home with a top honor from a conference for the Future Business Leaders of America.