North is Acworth’s newest Alderman
by Emily Boorstein
04:02 AM, Wednesday, July 23
ACWORTH — It was fourth time’s the charm for Brett North, Acworth’s newest city alderman. With 3 out of 3 precincts reporting, unofficial elections results from Tuesday’s runoff show North garnered 656 votes, or 52 percent of the vote to Wigington...

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