Tuesday, March 6, 2012
Witnesses said Charles Cormier Clifford threatened to "shoot up" the Cherokee County Administration Building and Conference Center on Monday.
A Woodstock man is at the Cherokee County Adult Detention Center after witnesses told authorities that he threatened to "shoot up" the Cherokee County Administration Building and Conference Center on Monday. Charles Cormier Clifford, 59, was arrested at his home on a charge of terroristic threats, said Lt. Jay Baker, spokesman for the Cherokee County Sheriff's Office. The threat, Baker said, came after Clifford was denied a business license. "He failed to provide the proper paperwork," he said. "According to witnesses, Clifford threatened to “shoot up the place” before leaving the building." Clifford is being held at the county jail without bond.
Friday, February 10, 2012
What should go in the building that once housed the Cherokee County Administration Building? Tell us in the comment box at the bottom of this photo.
Cherokee County moved its administrative offices from downtown Canton to the Bluffs in 2008. The building, which is located across from the Cherokee County Justice Center, has been vacant ever since. So what should take its place, Canton-Sixes Patch readers? Let us know in the comment box at the bottom of this file. Don’t miss any of the local news you care about. Subscribe to Canton-Sixes Patch’s free newsletter, like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.
Wednesday, January 4, 2012
Since 1999, the breakfast has been held at Allen Temple A.M.E. Church in Woodstock.
Allen Temple A.M.E. Church in Woodstock, which has hosted the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Unity Breakfast since its inception in 1999, is moving the event to the Northside Hospital-Cherokee Conference Center in Canton this year. The breakfast, set for 9 to 11 a.m. Jan. 14, is open to all Cherokee County residents. In the past, about 200 people attended, mostly event organizers and county leaders. Organizers hope the new venue will encourage a larger turnout from church and school groups and area residents. "The vision that Pastor (Carl) Moore gave us is to take it outside the walls of the church," said Sherri Monger, event chairperson. "We don't just want to community leaders to attend. We want the community to attend." The Allen Temple …