A recreation, entertainment and shopping venue that includes a beach and amphitheater could be coming to the Riverstone area of Canton under plans submitted by a developer. The project also includes 150 to 200 condominiums.
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SNELLVILLE -- Woodstock earned the first state girls basketball championship berth in school history with a convincing 75-58 victory over Brookwood in the semifinals of the Class AAAAAAA tournament on Friday.
Legislation allowing undocumented students to pay in-state tuition for Georgia public colleges and universities cleared a major hurdle in the General Assembly on Thursday.
At its most recent meeting, Woodstock City Council members were updated on projects designed to make it easier to get around the city on foot or by auto.
At its most recent meeting, the Woodstock City Council held a first reading related to amending the city code as it relates to industrial buildings, including cargo shipping containers.
Listening to the problems people bring to therapy often lends itself to creative insights into our human condition. Most of us carry a mental bucket of excuses with us. We usually cover our faults so that others don’t see them. If we fail at times and perhaps show a less than perfect attitud…
The Woodstock City Council this week tabled the first reading of proposed changes to city code revising its car wash standards in order to allow more revisions.
The Holly Springs City Council on Monday heard a request from city staff to erect an attractive, welcoming “gateway” sign at the southern city limits.
The Cherokee County Board of Commissioners at Tuesday night’s meeting gave its support for legislation that would de-annex a parcel of land on Arnold Mill Road from the city of Woodstock.
♦ Many thanks to the churches in Cherokee County that have opened their doors in support of the pandemic effort. First Baptist in Woodstock for the drive-through COVID testing and First Baptist Canton for the vaccination outreach. It’s great to see them step forward and be the great communit…
Creekland Middle School seventh-grader Abigail Moore won third place at the National Humanities Bee, which was held virtually for this school year.
The Cherokee County Chamber of Commerce is asking for nominations for its annual Top 10 in 10 Young Professionals recognition program.
Cherokee County Water and Sewerage Authority recently announced that Thomas Smith from Holly Springs Elementary School won the CCWSA student photography contest.
The latest addition to downtown Ball Ground, Rock Solid Brewing is seeing a great deal of success in its location on Gilmer Ferry Road.