Wednesday, January 30, 2013
However, central Cherokee County, including Canton, bore the brunt of the storms, including flooding.
Aside from some localized flooding, Cherokee County walked away unscathed as a slew of storms barrelled through the metro Atlanta area on Wednesday. The county has suffered no damage from severe storms, said Robby Westbrook, director of the Cherokee Sheriff's Office of Homeland Security-Emergency Management. "We did have several streets that were flooded," he added. The county was hit with both severe thunderstorm and tornado warnings throughout the day. While no tornado touched down, some reports indicated some rotation occurred in the BridgeMill area near Canton. The county was also hit with some minor flooding, mostly in the Canton area. Flooding occurred along Bells Ferry Road between Butterworth Road and Marietta Highway in Canton; …
Thursday, November 1, 2012
Customers can round up their purchases to the nearest dollar – the difference benefiting the American Red Cross and its disaster relief efforts in the Northeast.
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Thursday, November 1, 2012
Kroger stores throughout the Atlanta Division are encouraging customers and associates to donate to the American Red Cross, which is providing shelter, meals, emotional support and other necessities to those affected by the deadly aftermath of Hurricane Sandy after it made landfall on Monday. In support of the thousands of Americans affected by Hurricane Sandy, Kroger launched a “Round-Up” campaign today in which customers can round up their purchases to the nearest dollar – the difference benefiting the American Red Cross and its disaster relief efforts in the Northeast. Customers can also make donations to the American Red Cross at Kroger cash registers. “Our hearts are with our friends and neighbors in New York, New Jersey, and across…
Tuesday, August 16, 2011
The city also wins recognition for its Municipal Court software and its annual budget presentation.
Holly Springs is prepared to spend $40,000 to $45,000 to replace the stormwater structure running under the driveway at 3743 Holly Springs Pkwy. The City Council voted 4-0 Monday night to put the project out to bid after interim Community Development Director Nancy Moon explained the recurring flooding at the home, the eroding structure with the risk of collapse, and the danger that the damage could spread to Holly Springs Parkway itself if corrective action isn’t taken. The driveway provides the only access to the house, and city personnel have had to rescue the couple who live there several times, including during the flood of September 2009, Moon said. The city will pay for the work, including replacing the storm pipes and shoring up …