The novel coronavirus pandemic put a halt to the annual Tomato Taste day event, but that did not stop members from the Cherokee County Master Gardeners from bringing the taste of fresh tomatoes to the seniors of the Cherokee County Senior Services Center. Read more
Allison Webb carefully removed the photographs and maps from her Sequoyah High School classroom’s bulletin board, one item at a time.
One of the most difficult transitions we face is the slow and subtle change from middle age to senior life. The awareness does not sink in overnight but through a series of life events such as the birth of grandchildren or the 16th birthday of a grandchild with a driver’s license. It is then…
After reviewing potential changes during its July 20 meeting, the Woodstock City Council held its first official reading of changes being proposed to the city’s alcohol ordinance Monday night.
Creekview senior pitcher Heath Clevenger committed to Samford University on July 16, bringing his 6-foot-6, 210-pound frame to a Bulldogs team that has seen great success over the past three seasons.
Due to a flood map change enacted by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the Woodstock City Council recently approved an appeal from the South on Main development regarding the placement of a retention pond on the property.
Cherokee County Fire and Emergency Services recently recognized four of its employees at agency headquarters for their recent accomplishments.
The Holly Springs City Council on Monday approved a list of dates and deadlines pertaining to the upcoming qualifying and election for Mayor, Ward 3 and Ward 5 council seats.
In an effort to bring a parcel of land off Ridge Trail currently occupied by Ridgewalk Apartments into conformity, the Woodstock City Council approved rezoning the land at Monday night’s meeting.
Due to the additional length and depth of the Dream Catcher Drive stormwater project, the Woodstock City Council approved a more than $75,000 increase in spending for the project at Monday night’s meeting.
The Holly Springs City Council voted to approve two requests that will bring 70 single-family detached houses to Sixes Road.
The Cherokee County Board of Commissioners approved the modification of a development’s zoning conditions and the reestablishment of a non-conforming use property following public hearings at its most recent meeting.
Sawnee EMC completed its annual membership-wide customer satisfaction survey, scoring 94 out of 100, according to spokeswoman Mandy Love.
Crye-Leike Real Estate Services announces that Nicolette “Nicki” Nagy is now affiliated with its Woodstock branch office as a licensed Realtor. Nagy will serve the residential real estate needs of buyers and sellers throughout Cherokee, Cobb, Forsyth and Fulton counties.
As COVID-19 cases in Georgia continue to climb, it’s not just people aged 65 and older or those with underlying medical conditions that are at risk of contracting the virus and having medical impacts. In recent weeks, young adults in their 20s and 30s have now been accounting for a greater s…
In an effort to help residents of Cherokee County get tested for COVID-19, the county, in partnership with the Georgia Highlands Medical Services, will be hosting a special testing site at Cherokee Veterans Park on Georgia Highway 20 in the Macedonia community this Thursday and Friday.
County Commissioners cleared the way for a business to set up shop along Ga. Highway 20 with approval of a zoning case.
Cherokee County Commissioners have raised objections to a planned residential development the builder wants to have annexed into the city of Canton.
A Woodstock man has been charged after parents at a youth baseball game complained about him taking photos of children and he fled the park.
The Woodstock City Council had a full agenda Monday night, including a request for a sign waiver in a local shopping center and holding the first reading on an amendment to the city’s building regulations.
A plan to discuss recommending a post-Labor Day start for all Georgia school systems was removed from the agenda of the state school board’s meeting on Thursday.
Leaders of Woodstock’s Elm Street Cultural Arts Village recently announced that they have received funding through the Rucker-Donnell Foundation, a Murfreesboro, Tennessee-based and nationally recognized foundation, in the amount of a $20,000 grant.
WOODSTOCK — In a county where nearly three-quarters of public school students are looking to go to college, business and education leaders are beginning a push to raise awareness of in-demand, high-wage careers that don’t require a bachelor’s degree.