🌱 Missing Canton Man Maybe Found + Canton Transportation Open Forum


Hello all. It’s me, Sean Peek, your host of the Daily. Keep reading for the most important things happening around town.

First, today’s weather:

A t-storm around in the pm. High: 89 Low: 70.

Here are the top five stories in Canton-Sixes today:

  1. Police found a body in the woodline on Tuesday. Tuesday, Officers responded to a deceased subject located in the area of ​​Waleska Street and Reformation Parkway and recovered the body of an adult male which appears to match the description of William Watkins. The case is actively under investigation. More details will be made available as the investigation progresses and the deceased person is positively identified. (Canton Police Department via Facebook)
  2. Met the adopted pets of the week in Canton-Sixes. Millions of animals nationwide are waiting for their fur-ever homes. Here in Canton-Sixes, several new and adorable pets are up for adoption at area shelters. Learn more about Izzy, Star, and Mojo β€” and find a furry friend to bring home! (Canton-Sixes Patch)
  3. The City of Canton will host a public input open house for the Canton Transportation Master Plan. The City is providing the opportunity to learn more about the current transportation status of the City, completed transportation projects, and ideas for the City’s future plans face-to-face. At the Open House, residents can take a survey and also pinpoint on a City map their areas of transportation concern, suggestions, and any areas that they think are working well. (CantonGA.gov)
  4. Register for today’s soap-making craft at the Sequoyah Library. Drop in to make your very own seashell soap and customized bottle with the Library’s Cricut. This craft is intended for ages 16 and older. To register for this and future events, please use the registration form on the Library’s website. (Sequoyah Library)
  5. Do you love living in Canton-Sixes? Patch.com is looking for local curators for this daily newsletter. Curators will keep up-to-date on the latest Canton-Sixes area news. This is a great remote work opportunity. Canton-Sixes residents who are interested can learn more on the Patch website. (Patch.com)

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Today in Canton-Sixes:

  • Tabby Kirby LIVE @ The Mill on Etowah (5:00 PM)
  • Moon Yoga @ Horizon Healing Center (7:00 PM)
  • Murder Mystery Dinner Party @ Paula’s Zzerts Catering & Natural Baked Goods (7:00 PM)

From my notebook:

  • Cherokee Family Violence Center reminded residents there are support resources for those in abusive relationships with children. Reminders included teaching your children how to call 911 and informing schools and daycares who can and cannot pick up your children. If you need assistance with a Temporary Protective Order, please call 770-479-1804 ext. 200 for assistance in English or extensions 112 or 111 for assistance in Spanish. (Cherokee Family Violence Center via Facebook)
  • Cherokee Tribune & Ledger-News announced that The Cherokee County elections department will conduct an audit July 6. The audit team will be hand-counting some ballots cast in the May 24 primary and June 21 runoff elections. (Cherokee Tribune & Ledger-News via Facebook)
  • The Canton Police Department thanked Bizzare Coffee Co. for hosting this month’s Coffee with a Cop. The next Coffee with a Cop is not yet announced, but stay tuned to find out the time and place. (Canton Police Department via Facebook)

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You’re officially in the loop for today. See you all tomorrow for another update!

β€” 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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