News Line for Aragon

Church donates quilt to fire department
A group of ladies from the Aragon United Methodist Church, known as the “Quitters”, recently donated a quilt to the Aragon Volunteer Fire Department.
Source: Northeast Georgian

City of Aragon calls second emergency meeting, declares items surplus
Aragon Mayor Ken Suffridge called a second emergency meeting at 8 p.m. Wednesday night to address cash flow problems.
Source: Rome News-Tribune

Aragon mayor joins fight for turn lane
Aragon Mayor Ken Suffridge has joined the efforts of local citizens go get a turn lane added to a stretch of Highway 101 between Rockmart and Aragon.
Source: Rockmart Journal

Aragon to get new police car
Chief Wayne Sanders is smiling today. He has received the good news the Aragon Police Department will receive a new vehicle.
Source: Cedartown Standard

Aragon Development Authority board gets training, planning for future
Aragon Downtown Development Authority is moving beyond its organizational stage as board members complete training and plan for the future.
Source: Cedartown Standard

Aragon organizes Downtown Development Authority
Aragon has organized a new Downtown Development Authority following passage of a resolution by the city council.
Source: Cedartown Standard

Aragon residents take issue with ‘sign’ plan
Signs – stop and street – have taken center stage in Aragon. Social media buzzed with opinions after hearing the subject was being discussed by city officials.
Source: Cedartown Standard

Aragon continues dowtown planning
Aragon’s city council has approved a resolution citing the need for a Downtown Development Authority.
Source: Cedartown Standard

Newcomers have strong showing in Cedartown, Aragon municipal races
The hotly contested three-seat Cedartown City Commission race ended with two newcomers taking the lion’s share of votes.
Source: Cedartown Standard

Aragon police using new tag ID system
Aragon is setting a new trend for officers in its police department.
Source: Cedartown Standard