The Acworth Board of Aldermen will consider giving themselves — or their successors — raises Thursday night.
The Cobb County cities of Acworth, Powder Springs and Austell have declared their own states of emergencies to help combat the spread of the novel coronavirus.
Acworth on Tuesday became the latest city in Cobb County to order the closure of bars and implement other strict measures encouraging social distancing.
Acworth's Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Resources announced it is suspending all city sponsored and affiliated activities, classes, programs, and events through Wednesday, April 1.
Acworth residents have a chance to experience what policing in their community is all about, by participating in the 20th annual citizen's academy of the Acworth Police Department.
In looking to the city’s future, Acworth Mayor Tommy Allegood reminded residents of its past during his State of the City Address on Thursday, declaring 2020 a celebration of Acworth’s 10th anniversary of winning an All-America City Award from the National Civic League.
The Acworth Police Department is working to make Christmas a little brighter this year for some of its less fortunate families.
Mayor Tommy Allegood rattled off a list of upcoming and recently completed projects at a town hall this week: the North Cobb Regional Library, an expansion of Logan Farm Park and an extension of Lemon Street.