Carol Casey, owner of Price Just Right in Cedartown, finds a three-foot ceramic pig draws the attention of most shoppers.
The City of Cedartown was featured in the latest edition of Georgia’s Cities, the Georgia Municipal Association’s official newspaper.
A holiday open house is coming to downtown Cedartown this weekend, with shops opening their doors over the two-day event organized by participating businesses and the Downtown Cedartown Association.
The deadline to get into the Christmas parade for the City of Cedartown is coming up at the beginning of December.
Cedartown High School named one football player and one cheerleader as Mr. and Mrs. Bulldog for the 2014 fall season.
Cedartown residents were surrounded by the names and memories of Polk County men and women who have given their all for their country for the annual Veteran's Day ceremony at Veteran's Memorial Park.
Fall splendor is quickly disappearing from Polk County woodlands as colder weather invades landscapes and thoughts turn to the holiday season. However, leaf peepers can still find colorful displays of autumn’s red, gold and bronze in favorite scenic locations.
Cedartown residents might have noticed a new sign in front of the law offices of Parker and Lundy on Main Street in downtown. Bill Lundy, a partner at the law firm, had the new sign installed to explain the firm’s history and to give potential clients an undertstanding of those who work in the offices today. The sign has been up now for the last few weeks at the law firm, and includes information about the Cedartown Theatrical Performer’s Company as well.
Some students at Northside Elementary have another reason to cheer for local Georgia Bulldogs freshman running back Nick Chubb – now he helps them understand how weather works.
Cedartown’s veterans are gathering again for their annual remembrance next week of those who fought and died for the cause of freedom.
Community Share Ministries is holding a Christmas Extravaganza in December to help raise money for their various projects and give local families a happy holiday.
The Polk County Sheriff's Office with the help of the Cedartown Police have swept through both Polk County courthouse following a second bomb threat in as many days.
Holmes Clothing, located at 235 Main Street, will celebrate 120 years in 2015.
A unoccupied single wide trailer on Berry Road outside of Cedartown was gutted by flames this morning, according to Polk County Public Safety Director Randy Lacey.
Awards to be presented at Nov. 13 graduation ceremony
New books are now available at the Cedartown Library, 245 East Avenue, Cedartown.
The Cedartown High School Band Boosters are teaming up with McDonald’s North Main Street location to help raise money for the Bulldogs marching band coming up on Monday.
Peggy Terry and Megan Jones of the HON Corporation stand with Cleve Hartley of the Cedartown United Fund on Friday, Oct. 24, and takes an $8,000 donation check for the United Fund from the HON Charity Golf Tournament held in September. Hartley’s team won the tournament this year. Money raised for the Cedartown United Fund goes to a variety of good causes around Polk County.
The Polk County Historical Society is hosting an encore performance of the film, “Blind Tiger, The Legend of ‘Bell Tree Smith’” at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 30, at the West Theatre, located at 112 West Avenue, Cedartown, Georgia.
The Biz Builder People’s Choice Awards voting remains open following last night’s Shark Tank-style competition at the Cedartown Welcome Center, and so far hundreds of people have gone online to vote for their favorites.
The family of Glenn York and board members for Murphy Harpst Children’s Center, along with staff, gathered Monday morning to officially unveil a new name for the educational wing of the center.