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The man arrested after a police chase Monday afternoon in which he crashed into a line of vehicles has had an additional 13 charges added, authorities said Tuesday.
A driver being pursued by Woodstock Police on Monday afternoon tried to get away via Interstate 575 north and crashed into the back of a line of cars at Exit 14, authorities said. It was then the driver was arrested.
Garland Pinholster, a Cherokee County resident who was nationally known as an innovative hall-of-fame basketball coach and credited locally with helping revitalize the city of Ball Ground died Sunday, according to his daughter, Ginger Pinholster. He was 92.
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ATLANTA - Deteriorating public support for law enforcement is driving police officers away from the profession and making it harder to attract new recruits, representatives of state and local police agencies said Thursday.
ATLANTA - Jobless Georgians filed 49,421 initial unemployment claims last week, up 7,341 from the previous week, the state Department of Labor reported Thursday.
When David Perkins retired from his job at the Publix in Free Home on Sept. 16, it marked the end of a career that had begun and ended in the same way and in almost the exact same location.
BACK TO THE '80s: Revival South is hosting another edition of the popular Back to the '80s party from 7-10 p.m. Sept. 26. This time, the festivities will take place on the green space at The Mill on Etowah, 225 Reformation Parkway, Canton. There will be food, vendors, axe throwing, arcade ma…
In 1957, Johnny Carson was just beginning his career as a comedian and game show host when he landed a job as the host of a new program called, “Who Do You Trust?” Like most game shows, the premise was entertaining and not very sophisticated. Later, of course, Carson became perhaps the great…
Two leaders with extensive experience in public safety have been selected to lead the new Cherokee County Public Services Agency and the Cherokee Marshal’s Office.
The Woodstock City Council at its most recent meeting voted to deny a sign waiver request from Sam’s Club intended to advertise its gasoline pumps.
On Saturday progressive folk group Fireside Collective will perform at the Elm Street Event Green, bringing their unique approach to folk music to Woodstock.
“Ladybug! Ladybug! Fly away home. Your house is on fire and your children are gone. All except one, and that’s little Ann, for she crept under the frying pan.” Many of us are familiar with this nursery rhyme that dates from back in the 1840’s. Literature is just loaded with references depict…
ATLANTA — The Georgia Republican Party joined the Republican National Committee on Tuesday in appealing a federal court decision requiring the counting of absentee ballots received up to three days after the Nov. 3 election.
New York Times bestselling author Nicholas Sparks is coming to the FoxTale Book Shoppe in Woodstock on Oct. 3 to hold a meet and greet with fans, as well as discuss his new book “The Return.”
Woodstock Parks and Recreation is joining the Sequoyah Regional Library System in creating TrailStory, a project aimed at giving elementary school aged children and their families a fun, active and socially safe way to read a book and enjoy Woodstock’s trails at the same time.
The Woodstock Fire Department gave a presentation at the most recent Woodstock City Council meeting, putting forth possible changes to the city code and its land development ordinance as it relates to sprinkler standards and fire apparatus roads.
In a time of emergency, seconds count, and Cherokee County public safety officials said residents can have emergency alerts sent directly to them in a timely fashion.
Cherokee County Fire and Emergency Services is asking the people of Cherokee County to “Give Burns the Boot” virtually this year
ATLANTA - Both of Georgia’s U.S. senators are calling for a Senate vote on a successor to the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg sooner rather than later.
The Cherokee County Homeless Veteran Program, along with the American Legion Auxiliary Unit 45, has announced the kickoff of the Cherokee County Adopt-a-Veteran program, which is in its sixth year.
A state House committee probing issues that occurred during the June 9 primary elections in Georgia released a report last week outlining stumbles with absentee ballots and the state’s new voting machines that prompted long lines and concerns ahead of the Nov. 3 general election.
WOODSTOCK — One week after one of the biggest wins in program history, River Ridge left no doubt on its home field to remain unbeaten to start its season.
The Canton City Council approved an amendment to city law to allow golf carts to be driven on streets of neighborhoods where residents request it.