Triple-Digit Heat For Northwest GA + Brushy Mountain Road ATV Theft

Hello again, everybody. It’s Saturday in Dallas-Hiram and I’m back in your inbox to get you caught up on all the most important things happening in town.Keep reading for the latest.

First, today’s weather:

Sunshine; breezy in the pm. High: 89 Low: 61.

Here are the top five stories in Dallas-Hiram today:

  1. Triple-digit heat is expected to hit most of Georgia next week, including the Dallas-Hiram area. According to Pivotal Weather, Northwest Georgia could see temperatures as high as 102 degrees Fahrenheit and heat indexes nearing 110 degrees as a heat wave sweeps across the East Coast and Southwest parts of the country. The National Weather Service office in Peachtree City indicated that heat advisories may be necessary. (The Washington Post)
  2. The Paulding County Sheriff’s Office has asked the community to keep an eye out for a stolen Polaris 570 ATV. The four-wheeler was recently stolen in a reported burglary near Brushy Mountain Road in western Paulding County, A photo of the vehicle was shared on Facebook. Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call the Sheriff’s Criminal Investigations Tip Line at (770) 443-3047 or send a message via the Paulding Sheriff mobile app, (Paulding County Sheriff’s Office via Facebook)
  3. The Magnolia Market in Hiram is hosting a community celebration today from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm in honor of “dads, grads, and summer.” Stop by 45 Darby’s Crossing Drive at any time during the celebration hours for hot dogs, watermelon, cupcakes, and other refreshments as you shop for the perfect gift! The store will be offering door prizes and special vendor discounts. (Dallas-Hiram Patch)
  4. Jaden Davidson, a Dallas, Georgia resident and University of North Georgia (UNG) cadet, recently won a $1,500 merit scholarship from the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA) Atlanta chapter, This annual scholarship is given to a US-based student who has completed at least one semester at a metro Atlanta or north Georgia area college with a minimum 2.8 GPA. Davidson, an 18-year-old rising sophomore studying cybersecurity, was recognized for her achievements this year as she juggled in-person and online classes, served as the AFCEA UNG chapter secretary, and participated in a cadet exchange program in Taiwan during spring 2022 . According to UNG, Davidson plans to pursue a Cyber ​​Command or Military Intelligence track with the US Army. (University of North Georgia)
  5. On Thursday, Atlanta was chosen as a host city for the 2026 FIFA World Cup, which could spell big tourism opportunities for cities in the greater metro area like Dallas and Hiram when the matches are played at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Estimates from US Soccer put the revenue potential for the Atlanta region during the games at more than $480 million, with each match potentially generating roughly $4.6 million in global media exposure. “Our city has the venues and the fan base for a truly special atmosphere,” said Atlanta City Council in a statement. “This is a wonderful opportunity to showcase our city to the world once again.” (CBS 46 News)

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  • The Dallas Farmers Market At The Dallas Regions Parking Lot (8:00 AM)
  • Virtual Esophageal Cancer Walk/Run In Dallas-Hiram (9:00 AM)
  • Woodworking And Chair Canning Demonstrations At Pickett’s Mill Battlefield Historic Site (10:00 AM)
  • Dads, Grads, And Summer Celebration At The Magnolia Market Home Decor And More (10:00 AM)

From my notebook:

  • Don’t miss out on the City of Hiram’s Juneteenth Parade and Festival at Grays Mill Park tomorrow, hosted in collaboration with the Hiram Rosenwald School & Museum! The parade kicks off at noon and the festivities begin at 1:00 pm (City of Hiram)
  • Looking for a new local farmers market to explore? Take a drive over to the Acworth Farmers Market, every Friday now through Oct. 8 from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm You’ll find fresh produce gourmet foods, handmade goods, and other incredible local products. The Market is held at Logan Farm Park on Cherokee Street. (Yahoo! Voices)
  • A resident in the Asbury Woods neighborhood of Hiram is seeking dependable and affordable lawn care service professionals in the area for biweekly mowing and maintenance tasks, such as hedge and tree limb trimming and flower bed cleanup. Check out this Nextdoor post if you have any referrals or recommendations. (Nextdoor)

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Thanks for following along and staying informed. See you all tomorrow morning for another update!

, Sean Peek

About me: Sean Peek is a writer and entrepreneur with a degree in English Literature from Weber State University. Over the years, he has worked as a copywriter, editor, SEO specialist, and marketing director for various digital media companies. He currently co-owns and operates content creation agency Lightning Media Partners.

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