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Government, The Neighborhood Files
B98.5 FM will bring its B at the Movies to Towne Lake on June 1.
Here are the latest food and vendor inspections conducted by the Cherokee County Environmental Health Department.
The city wants to re-evaluate its annual contribution of roughly $45,000 towards the system.
The Cherokee County Commission will consider awarding a construction contract to perform improvements to Hobgood Park.
The Georgia Department of Transportation will hold an open house tonight on what should be done to improve S.R. 20 between Canton and Cumming.
The $33.7 million budget will be reviewed by the City Council tonight and no millage rate increase is expected.
Atlanta Unfiltered is reporting a federal judge has entered a $640,000 default judgment against the former lawmaker and his business partners in relation to a loan they received to operate a mobile home park.
The Bibles were removed from cabins and rooms at Georgia parks after a complaint from a visitor.
If everything goes to plan, the park will reopen after being closed for nearly two weeks after heavy downpours caused Little River to overflow its banks.
The water level at the Woodstock park continues to drop slowly, but some areas of the park remain underwater.
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