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There are plenty of changes surrounding the Carrollton High School volleyball this season, but one is a return at the top. [Read More]
Executive director of the Averitt Center for the Arts in Statesboro, Tim Chapman, confirmed Monday he has accepted the vacant Carrollton Cultural Arts Center manager... [Read More]
Changes were already coming for the Villa Rica High School football team and Chad Frazier saw the perfect opportunity to try something new. [Read More]
Carrollton Police Department investigators are searching for leads to identify two suspects responsible for an armed robbery at River's Edge apartments Saturday night. Investigators said... [Read More]
Investigators from the Villa Rica Police Department announced Monday there will be no charges filed in the case involving former mayor and District 68 Representative-elect... [Read More]
There is something different about the Temple High School softball team this season. [Read More]
Much of Harvester Christian's success last season revolved around quarterback Dylan Allred. [Read More]
Colonial Hills Christian will have a new look at quarterback this season, but he will only be partly unfamiliar to fans of the Rams. [Read More]
Carter Van White, 65, of Villa Rica, died Friday, Aug. 19, 2016. [Read More]
With a rivalry bout waiting in the wings for Week 1, the Bowdon High School football team got a bit of a measuring stick for... [Read More]
Deirdre Rouse assists guest Ruby Jane Knight to the WPA Building in Carrollton Saturday. Dr. Charlie Rouse and the West Georgia Cardiology team held a... [Read More]
Cattle farmers in Carroll County are experiencing a more difficult summer as local drought conditions continue to affect the region. [Read More]
His hind legs were stuck. [Read More]
One of Carroll County's most wanted suspects is in custody after taunting police through a social media page while he was on the run. Investigators... [Read More]
One of the biggest concerns in our society today is kids and obesity. What can we do as a community to help with this epidemic... [Read More]
In my last column, naturalized citizens who were grateful for small things reminded us of America's blessings. Like dialing 911. And potable water that flows... [Read More]
A zucchini on wheels adorned with carrot patients arrives at the finish line during the zucchini race Saturday at the Cotton Mill Farmers Market on... [Read More]
The early stretch of the season continues to be unkind to the Haralson County High School softball team, which dropped its fourth one-run game of... [Read More]
Tip liked to eat dirt. [Read More]
Joe Corley of Bremen passed away Friday, August 19, 2016 at his residence. He was born in Saluda, South Carolina, February 3, 1947, son of... [Read More]
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