Community Share Ministries will be holding a fall bazaar this Saturday that will include fun for the whole family and a movie to cap off the night.
Polk School District officials will be reaching out the community again in October to get opinions from parents and citizens concerning upcoming school improvements in a number of areas.
There is now a good way to dispose of prescription drugs in Cedartown and surrounding areas.
The Cedartown Kiwanis Club installed their new officers for the 2014-2015 year. New officers will take office in October.
The Unified Brothers Motorcycle Club of Cedartown are gathering for their 3rd annual Poker Run to start ahead of the Fall Festival on Saturday, Oct. 4.
Cedartown High School students have spoken and picked Payton Cox as their homecoming queen for 2014.
The annual gathering of Native Americans at the Bert Wood Youth Sports Complex is coming up the weekend of Oct. 11 and 12 for its 16th year.
The Bold and Beautiful Red Hatters (B&BRH) of Cedartown are hosting “walk a mile in her shoes” fundraising event on Friday, Oct. 24 in Peek Park.
The business of the City of Cedartown continues to roll along following their business meeting for September with a flat millage rate, a good budget and approval for a number of different causes.
Local students enrolled in the 2014 Cedartown Biz Builder Program are nearing the end of their studies and will soon be ready to pitch their business ideas to the public.
Cedartown High School's homecoming festivities wrap up tonight with the crowning of the king and queen, but there's a whole day of events scheduled to get Bulldogs fans excited, including the annual homecoming parade.
The City of Cedartown is planning a surplus auction for Sept. 27 with a variety of items up for sale, from Darth Vader to the utility sink.
The Cedartown United Fund (CUF), established in 1960, is an independent agency serving the Cedartown area.
Cedartown’s Fall Festival is right around the corner, with the annual Shriner’s Parade and a dog show as part of the festivities this year.
The Polk County Health Department will begin offering flu immunizations by appointment in mid-October at both the Cedartown and Rockmart locations during regular business hours.
The Cedartown Humane Society will be holding their quarterly meeting to discuss updates on summer programs, fundraising and volunteer opportunities for the rest of the year.
Intergovernmental agreement approved between city and Polk County for 911 facility in basement
(Editor’s Note: End of 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.)
An early morning mist floats above Peek Park in Cedartown as early risers come to see what is offered at the local vegetable market held from 6:30 to 8:30 a.m. Tuesday and Friday.
Fire fighters with the Cedartown Fire Department will be participating in the Muscular Dystrophy Association’s “Fill the Boot” campaign at the end of this month.