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A person was dead after a fiery, single-vehicle crash late Wednesday in northern Cherokee County, according to the county’s fire department.
Lightning was not the cause of a fire that destroyed two double-wide trailers in Cherokee County, a fire department investigator said Tuesday.
The hundreds of dogs removed from a Cherokee County home can’t be adopted yet, the county’s shelter director said Monday.
An off-duty Cobb County sheriff’s deputy was arrested for allegedly driving drunk and leaving the scene of a wreck, according to police in two counties.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which outlawed discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex and national origin, and which sought to end segregation.
Three people were taken to area hospitals Wednesday after a multi-vehicle accident shut down Ga. 20 in Cherokee County for nearly four hours.
Dozens of dogs, mostly small breeds, were living on a wooded Cherokee County property near Cumming. But their living conditions were deplorable, prompting investigators to remove them from the property, the Cherokee Marshal’s Office said Wednesday.
A man accused of driving under the influence of alcohol also had three children in his vehicle who weren’t in car seats, the Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office said Tuesday.
When he was released from the Cobb County jail earlier this month, Christopher Alan Estes was given back his personal belongings, including the shirt he was wearing when he was arrested.
Stephen Davis, “What the Yankees Did to Us, Sherman’s Bombardment and Wrecking of Atlanta”3 p.m., Sunday, July 13.
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As an assistant coach several years ago at an Augusta middle school, Coach Bond Crosby suggested his second baseman slide over to third.