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New mayor, same agenda in Kingston

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Newly elected Kingston Mayor Ronald Casey’s first city council meeting was a short one. Other than approval of last meeting’s minutes and the night’s agenda, the single item up for discussion was water — or the lack of it.

Adairsville adopts zoning, adult entertainment ordinances

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The Adairsville City Council adopted an adult entertainment ordinance, a zoning ordinance and readopted the official zoning map of the city Thursday. All items had been discussed in length at the council’s Tuesday work session and, save a few changes, were ready to be discussed at a public hearing.

Four vie for Euharlee city council seat

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Four candidates are running for two at-large seats on the Euharlee City Council. Incumbent Craig Guyton is facing three challengers — Fred Werner, David Duncan and Kathy Foulk — for his seat and the seat being vacated by Steve Worthington in the Nov. 3 election.

Penson, Casey face off in Kingston mayoral race

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Two candidates — incumbent Wanda Penson and challenger Ronald Casey — are running for mayor of Kingston. Kingston voters will make their decision on Nov. 3. Wanda Penson did not return her questionnaire.

Posey, Shaw square off for Kingston council seat

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Two candidates — incumbent Harold Posey and challenger Vivian Shaw — are running for the Post 2 seat on the Kingston City Council. Kingston voters will make their decision on Nov. 3. Vivian Shaw did not return her questionnaire.

Heavy Metal event draws heavy crowds

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David and Peggy Carroll of Acworth get a close-up look at a “Batmobile” replica on display at the Heavy Metal in Motion event at the Tellus Science Museum Saturday. NEIL MCGAHEE/The Daily Tribune News

More than 2,000 people jammed the campus of the Tellus Science Museum Saturday to enjoy the sixth annual Heavy Metal in Motion event.

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