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Posted: Friday, July 4, 2014 8:00 am

Happy Independence Day Polk County!

Looking to go watch fireworks tonight? Maybe wondering if the mail is going to run? Here's a quick and handy guide to July 4th related activities and closings for the holiday. 

Area fireworks displays

Cartersville – Stars, Stripes and Cartersville Fireworks display, Dellinger Park. Fireworks start at dusk

Carrollton - Carroll Symphony Orchestra’s Sounds of Liberty Concert and Carrollton Area CVB/Tanner Health System fireworks show, starts at 9:30 p.m. at Carrollton Elementary School.

Rome – Ridge Ferry Park, 9:45 p.m. Babe’s Bayou to perform following fireworks display.

NOTE: Cave Spring held their July 4th fireworks on July 3

July 4 closings:

All government offices for Polk County, the City of Aragon, the City of Cedartown and the City of Rockmart will be closed for the July 4 holiday, and will re-open July 7.

All banks are closed for the July 4 holiday and will re-open on July 7.

The post office will not be delivering mail on July 4.

The offices of the Polk County Standard Journal will be closed for the holiday as well as all other News Publishing Company offices. 

For those in need of supplies: Ingles, Triangle Food, Kroger, Home Depot and Walmart will all be open on July 4.

Business owners angered at new Braves stadium parking plan

ATLANTA (AP) — Some business owners near the Atlanta Braves' new stadium in the suburbs say they've invested in improvements, and hoped to earn back part of the money by charging fans to use their parking spaces on game days.But they are now learning about an ordinance passed earlier this year that outlaws property owners within a half-mile of the stadium from charging for parking during games.The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports (http://bit.ly/297Z0Xz) that the ordinance closes off potential revenue for dozens of businesses that own more than 10,000 private spaces — many of which could compete with the team for parking revenue.County officials say the law is necessary for public safety.The newspaper reports that for thousands of fans, the restriction could mean fewer parking options on game days.___Information from: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, http://www.ajc.com

  • icon Posted: June 30

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