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Stover co-sponsors anti-Obamacare bill
State Rep. David Stover, R-Palmetto, and four other state representatives have co-sponsored a bill that will prohibit state and local government agencies from taking action to implement the federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, better known as Obamacare.
Tue Dec 17, 2013
Couple charged with 109 counts of child sexual exploitation
Woodstock police have arrested two people on 109 counts of sexual exploitation of children.
Pennsylvania couple arrested on 109 counts of sexual exploitation
According to Woodstock Police Investigators, Eric Timothy Daniels, 44, and April G. Daniels, 26 are accused of the molestation and sexual exploitation of two female juveniles, ages 15 and 5. Investigators learned of the Daniels' after receiving an anonymous tip in early December.
Woodstock Outlet Mall Hosts Story Time
The Outlet Shoppes at Atlanta today will host story time for Cherokee County's smaller children.
JOBS in Woodstock: Service and Kitchen Team, Driver Helper
Panda Express - Woodstock Performs routine food service activities according to established operational policies and procedures.
Mon Dec 16, 2013
Ga. State Lawmakers Launch New Attack On Affordable Care Act
A group of five Republican Georgia state legislators unveiled bills at the state capitol Monday that would forbid state agencies from helping to implement the federal Affordable Care Act.
Christmas Craft Show, Santa Open House in Woodstock
As you get back into the groove of the work week, Woodstock-Towne Lake Patch will keep you updated on what's happening this week in southern Cherokee County: Foxtale Book Shoppe in downtown Woodstock will have an open house to celebrate being named the Best Bookstore in Atlanta by Atlanta Magazine.
Street Name Change Tops Woodstock Agenda
A request to change the name of a street will be heard tonight by the Woodstock City Council.
Sat Dec 14, 2013
'Guns & Hoses' Charity Race Set for February
The annual friendly competition between Cherokee County's sheriff's deputies and firefighters will soon be upon us.
Suspects Indicted in Woodstock Burglary
Four people have been indicted in the burglary of a business located in the Bell Industrial Park in Woodstock.
Burn the Fat, Feed the Hungry in Woodstock
A Woodstock health studio is inviting the public to come and get fit and give back to the less fortunate.
Woodstock Downtown Residents Push Back on Rentals
Some local residents in the Woodstock Downtown community are pushing back against plans to modify an existing building to be utilized as apartment units.
Thu Dec 12, 2013
Acworth man pleads guilty to phony bomb threat
An Acworth man plead guilty Thursday to calling in a phony bomb threat to the Cobb County Courthouse in an effort to stop the foreclosure on his home.
Holiday Lights of Hope Will Shine at Hobgood Park
Hobgood Park will light up for children tonight. The second annual Holiday Lights of Hope will kick off tonight at at 6 p.m. The elaborate display of lights will be available for the public to view between 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. starting tonight through Sunday Dec. 21. Tickets are $10 for adults and free for children 14 and under.
Villa Italian Kitchen expands outlet shopping center footprint
Villa Enterprises Management Ltd. Inc. has opened two Villa Italian Kitchen locations this month.
Wed Dec 11, 2013
Holiday Treats and Remembering Newtown
This is just a slice of what's going on in Roswell and North Fulton this weekend.
Suspect in Cherokee killing arrested while hitting golf balls in Cobb
Police say the third suspect in Sunday's murder of a Woodstock man was arrested in Cobb County on Wednesday, after detectives found him in a golf store in Kennesaw hitting golf balls.
Natural Strides Among Best Running Stores in America
A natural running store in downtown Woodstock is one of the best in the nation. That's according to a ranking compiled by Competitor magazine, which listed Natural Strides as one of the 50 Best Running Stores in America .
Realtors Collect Coats, Food for Needy
The Cherokee Association of Realtors will hold a collection drive to give back to the less fortunate.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
Former Woodstock Officer Pleads Guilty to 'Doctor Shopping'
Keith Patrick Smith, 45, of Woodstock, plead guilty on Dec. 4 to one count of withholding information from a practitioner and one count of violation of oath by a public officer.