The board of the Dalton-Whitfield County Joint Development Authority (JDA) has approved an agreement to bring a luxury vinyl tile (LVT) manufacturing facility to Dalton that promises to create 115 jobs.
The Rome City Commission is scheduled to hold a first reading Monday of a revision to its teen curfew ordinance.
Plans for two new homes on undeveloped property in South Rome will go before the Rome-Floyd County Planning Commission Thursday.
Discussion by city commissioners of annexation impacting residents of the Celanese, Honeysuckle Ridge and Horseleg Estates communities caught some county school leaders by surprise last week.
Ornamental archways over the I-75 overpasses at the Walnut Avenue and Rocky Face interchanges. A dedicated right-turn-only lane on eastbound Walnut Avenue into Market Street. An access road linking Market Street to Dug Gap Road.
Members of the Adairsville Unified Zoning Board voted unanimously Monday afternoon to recommend approval of the rezoning of about 48.5 acres along Joe Frank Harris Parkway from general industrial to C-2 general commercial.
Northwest Georgia Housing Authority Resident Services Director Molly Majestic said they’ve been in contact with City of Rome and Parks & Recreation Department leaders about raising funds for the project.
The Dalton City Council Monday night gave the go ahead to buy a new ladder truck for the fire department, which will be funded by the Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (SPLOST) that was approved by voters in June.
Through its inaugural Halloween Pub Crawl, the Cartersville Downtown Development Authority is presenting “boos and brews” in the heart of Cartersville.
Communities across Georgia are running out of time to make sure they get a complete count in the 2020 Census.