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DALTON, Ga. — Spring cleaning this year is intense at the Dalton Public Schools’ central office.
DALTON, Ga. — Summer at Prater’s Mill will be filled with family reunions, company picnics and visitors fishing and canoeing, said Judy Alderman, president of the Prater’s Mill Foundation.
DALTON, Ga. — After eighth-grader Victor Cervantes studied the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights, he decided to exercise his right to petition and persuade city officials to build a skate park.
CHATSWORTH, Ga. -- Officials hope that reducing the planned Spring Place bypass from four to two lanes will move the 15-year-old project forward.
CALHOUN, Ga. -- County officials learned last week they'll receive stimulus funds to start a solar farm at an old landfill here.
DALTON, Ga. -- Three stops along the 54-mile Cohutta-Chattahoochee Scenic Byway soon will be dressed up for visitors.
DALTON, Ga. -- Officials are working to mitigate flooding and pollution caused by stormwater runoff and to develop a system to pay for stormwater projects.
DALTON, Ga. -- Patty Scoggins was the first to sign up for the Dalton half marathon, and she's hopeful many others will join her.
DALTON, Ga. -- It's coming down to the wire for a business tax package its sponsor says is aimed at growing jobs and businesses in Georgia.
DALTON, Ga. -- Moving goods more efficiently through Whitfield County and mitigating the impact of traffic from new companies in Tennessee are among key goals for the Greater Dalton Metropolitan Planning Organization.