Saturday Sep 13
Advocacy Group Shines Spotlight On Carolyn Cosby's Finances
A group formed to promote ethics in government is raising questions about the financial history of Carolyn Cosby, the independent candidate in the county commission chair race for the Nov. 4 general election, and whether that would negatively impact her ability to manage the county's ledger. Cherokee-based Conservatives For Ethical Government on Friday held a press conference in downtown Canton calling into question Cosby's ethical standards as well as her financial history.
Canton Places Second In Cherokee Chamber Recycling Challenge
The initiative, which is part of the Chamber's Going Green Initiative, encouraged residents in Cherokee's cities to recycle during the months of June and July. The winning city for total pounds recycled, as well as the winning city for most pounds collected per capita, were announced during the Chamber's September Good Morning Cherokee breakfast meeting.
Ball Ground Historical Society Honors Resident For Supporting Organization
Ball Ground resident Sue Haynes Malone was presented with a plaque by past president Beth Ingram for her artistic contribution and support of the Ball Ground Historical Society.