The Polk County Chamber of Commerce plans to rollout a new website during January of 2015.
Football Friday is only one more night away and coaches for Rockmart and Cedartown High Schools have their players working on the fundamentals ahead of their first home games of the season.
NGN, Parker FiberNet, and ETC Communications launched a partnership today to create the Education Exchange, a fiber optic network to connect schools across North Georgia.
A neighborhood re-union is planned for those who grew up around Southside Baptist Church in Cedartown.
A Branch Road resident reported gunshots on Aug. 15, according to Polk County Police Department reports.
While the rest of our nation is dumping buckets of ice water on themselves and drafting for fantasy football, the people of Ferguson, Mo. have been occupied by an army of militarized police.
The Georgia Department of Labor announced the unemployment rate in the Northwest Georgia region increased to 8.5 percent in July, up eight-tenths of a percentage point from 7.7 percent in June. The rate was 9.0 percent in July a year ago.
Two gunshot victims are recovering from their injuries following incidents earlier in the month, according to Cedartown police officials.
The laughter of children and sound of fun activities is once again heard at Polk Haralson Christian Life Center in the Antioch Community.
Sunshine and clear skies are in today's forecast, but don't expect the nice weather to last. The National Weather Service is calling for chances of rain over the coming weekend.
Teachers at Northside Elementary took the Ice Bucket Challenge to the next level with the help of the Cedartown Fire Department.
A Brock Road resident reported a burglary in her husband’s shop behind her house, according to reports.
Christmas comes but once a year, but it sure does seem to start earlier every year.
A new owner is in charge at Cedartown’s Ford dealership located on Highway 278, and already the new owner says he’s making an impact on the local economy.
Two men were arrested on charges stemming from an ongoing child molestation investigation, according to Polk County Police Department (PCPD) official.
Today's forecast from the National Weather Service: Sunny. Highs in the upper 80s. East winds 5 to 10 mph shifting to the north in the afternoon.
Ebola may be a terrifying disease, but one local health official said there are many other diseases that pose a greater risk to Georgians.
Aragon officials exhibit a new determination to “save our city” and make hard financial decisions – even after learning there would be no “straw vote” for city residents during the November election.
The camera shows an eagle’s nest, empty except for its small grasses swaying in a slight wind.
Tickets are on sale starting Thursday at the Rockmart Farmer’s Market for a “Farm to Table” dinner being planned for the first Sunday in September.
The Standard Journal Book Club will be announcing the date and time of the September meeting soon, but for now we’re giving you a chance to vote on the coming month’s selections.