Attend Main Street's Morning Buzz
Here is the information you need to know Friday, Nov. 18.
1. Today will be sunny with, but windy with gusts of as high as 20 mph, according to the National Weather Service.
2. A 43-year-old was arrested and charged with terroristic threats after he placed signs on a parked car with a flat tire near his home. He told police officials he was displeased with the car so he put signs that said "Car Bomb" and " 50 Foot I.E.D." Check here for the full report.
3. A man called in a bomb threat to a company located off Highway 92 around 3 p.m. Thursday. Woodstock Police cleared the building and surrounding businesses within two hours. Officials do not have a suspect at this time.
4. Three Etowah High School graduates were recognized on their collegiate soccer team Thursday by the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference. The players are part of the Oglethorpe University men's soccer team. See all their awards here.
5. Main Street Woodstock's Morning Buzz meets at 8 a.m. in the Chambers at City Center. This is an opportunity to mingle with residents, non-profits and businesses in a laid back atmosphere. Main Street Woodstock will also be presenting results from their annual survey focusing on small businesses, advertising, events and what people want in Woodstock.