WOODSTOCK — The corner of Market Street and Dupree Road may have a food truck park open in the next few months. Read more
A lot of eyes have understandably been on Atlanta Braves outfield prospect Drew Waters throughout the 2019 baseball season.
Cherokee defeated North Forsyth on the road to start last season, marking the Warriors' third win in a row over Raiders, who have not defeated Cherokee since 2013.
Hope Jiles was 3-for-4 with a double, one run scored and three RBIs as Cherokee beat Lassiter 9-2 on Tuesday in the first game of a doubleheader at home.
Northside Hospital and Gwinnett Health System will begin operating as one entity Aug. 28, though full integration of the two companies will take place over two years, officials said Wednesday.
The eighth annual Alzheimer’s Music Fest will celebrate its last year in Woodstock before moving to a bigger venue on Sept. 21 with the Rev. Horton Heat, Gurufish and 20 other popular musical acts, all to benefit the Dementia Spotlight Foundation.
During Tuesday night’s meeting of the Cherokee County Board of Commissioners, Sheriff Frank Reynolds and the recognized a handful of officers and civilians who went above and beyond the call of duty.
Although there are many pollinators that visit our gardens and get the job done, the queen of the pollination game is the bee. Our bee population has been in serious decline now for a number of years. A quick foray into the world of Google will tell you that parasites, climate change, indust…
The Cherokee County Planning Commission continued to work Monday on updates to the county’s conservation design community plan, reaching a consensus on a handful of the plan’s aspects.
WOODSTOCK — Sequoyah softball coach Lane Whitley said the Lady Chiefs switched up their game plan just a bit Tuesday night at River Ridge.
There may not be another high school sport where the term “climbing the hill” is more applicable, and for members of the Etowah cross country team that’s exactly the intended goal as the 2019 season begins.
Water will be turned off 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday for Waleska water customers along a portion of Ga. Highway 140 south of Publix at Laurel Canyon, and all of Pearidge Road. Publix will not be affected, a city of Waleska spokeswoman said.
Families can soon beat the summer heat with a pool party that promises kid-friendly fun while supporting local high school technical education.
While Creekview looks to reload after its first region championship and state quarterfinals appearance, at least one anchor will return along the offensive line.
Court Appointed Special Advocates of Cherokee County, a program of The Children’s Haven, received the 2019 Innovative Program Award of Excellence from Georgia CASA for innovative practices in volunteer recruitment, retention and appreciation. The CASA program received the award at the Georgi…
One year after the most successful season in program history, the Creekview volleyball team is looking to reload.
Chattahoochee Technical College welcomed new Board Member Chip Poth, of Cherokee County, at a meeting of the college’s board of directors held Tuesday in Ellijay at the Collaboration on River’s Edge (CORE) building, a workplace innovation and initiative of the Greater Gilmer Community Founda…