Members from the Cumming Police Department, Forsyth County Fire and Animal Control worked together to rescue a kitten from under the hood of a vehicle.
Previously the Fourth of July is packed with backyard barbecues and plenty of fireworks. With years of tradition behind it, you would be forgiven if you didn't know quite everything about America’s Independence Day. Starting with the true story behind the signing of the Declaration of Independence to some hot dog statistics, here are 10 things you might not know about the Fourth of July.
City of Cumming has presented the official logo designs of the Cumming City Center, as well as a community Buy-A-Brick Program. This program will allow the public to purchase personalized bricks that will be incorporated into two prominent areas of the city center.
Scotts Automotive has a sign out front that says "Current survival rate figures for the US= 98.54%. How bout we promote that instead of FEAR."360 million people in the USA and it is OK if 9 million will die? The CDC says to FEAR the Covid-19 virus. Wear face masks and social distancing to minimize the risk. And it is respectable to other people. Hate the masks? You will hate ventilators even more.
As of today, June 29,2020 126,369 have died since March 2020.Some states are ramping up their deaths by opening businesses and not requiring face masks. For example yesterday Florida reported 10 thousand new cases in one day. Wear your masks per CDC guidelines.
Forsyth County Schools issued this week options that parents will have for their students when they return to class this fall.
Unless directed to do otherwise by the governor or Georgia Department of Education, school will open on Aug. 6 as scheduled for the district. K-12 students will have two options: face-to-face or virtual.
The nation’s first Father’s Day was celebrated on June 19, 1910, in the state of Washington. However, it was not until 1972–58 years after President Woodrow Wilson made Mother’s Day official–that the day honoring fathers became a nationwide holiday in the United States. Father’s Day 2020 occurs on Sunday, June 21.
Information released yesterday Governor Brian P. Kemp and State School Superintendent Richard Woods of the Georgia Department of Education issued the following joint statement: