Georgia Department of Human Services Commissioner Keith Horton on Tuesday announced the location of two pilot projects for public-private partnerships in the foster care system.
The mayor and council of Aragon are taking action to further stabilize the city’s finances while finding ways to prevent another budget shortfall.
The Cedar Valley Arts Festival kicks off its 50th year for a weekend of fun on Saturday morning, with a car show being added to this year’s lineup.
Rain is in the forecast for today, but its not expected to hang around past the overnight hours according to the National Weather Service.
Experts estimate that as many as 4 billion prescriptions are filled in the U.S. annually. Up to a third of those go unused.
One of the men accused of planning domestic terror attacks has challenged the legality of a search warrant used at his home, claiming the warrant failed to list his address and instead named a street three miles away.
Allen Fort, candidate for the Republican nomination for Georgia School Superintendent, will be visiting in the Calhoun, Gordon County area on Thursday, April 24.
The National Weather Service is calling for a chance of showers heading into Tuesday, but sunshine should be back by midweek according to the forecast.
Today, Monday, April 21, is the last day to register to vote for the Primary Election and Nonpartisan Election. Prospective voters must be 17 ½-years-old to register and 18-years-old to vote. They must be a U.S. citizen, a Georgia resident and a resident of the county in which they seek to vote. Also, the prospective voter cannot be serving a felony conviction or judicially determined to be mentally incompetent for voting purposes.
Polk County farmers have the next few weeks to apply for funding for conservation initiatives to benefit their homesteads.
Four local entities who are using Blue Cross-Blue Shied health insurance are banding together to get Floyd Medical Center and the insurance provider to work out their differences so it doesn’t cost employees extra to use local hospital services.
Those who wanted to ask questions of the candidates for the open Superior Court seat in the Tallapoosa circuit have their chance tonight in Polk County, and Tuesday night in Haralson County.
The state released two years worth of state performance scores today, and Polk County Schools scored a 68.9 out of a possible 100 points.
Chef Robert Irvine walked out of his tent on a breezy Wednesday afternoon, coffee in hand, dressed in two thick shirts with a sprinkling of sawdust on one shoulder.
A crowd of people took to Cedartown streets this morning to show their support for those suffering from Parkinson's disease in the 7th annual Parkinson's Walk for Hope.
It turned out the April showers aren't sticking around for long as the forecast calls for some clearing for Easter, according to the National Weather Service.
Polk County Deputy Coroner Tony Brazier has identified the two women that were killed in a wreck on Ga. 100 on Friday night as Cynthia Baltazar, 35, and Emily Brook McIntosh, 30, both of Carrollton.
April showers remain in the evening forecast, with the rain threatening to stick around for Easter weekend according to the National Weather Service.
Two landlords called police after finding out that a couple forged one of their names on a fake lease agreement given to the Cedartown Water Department.
Cedartown police tell a local business owner that harassing phone calls to pay a power bill is a scam aimed at Hispanic stores.
Police arrested a man with drugs in his car after an alert officer pulled him over in a traffic stop.