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While Carrollton’s Sears Hometown Store is celebrating being open for 75 years, they are also toasting out as they prepare to close their doors for a final time.

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The West Georgia Senior Partners Network is hosting a free community lunch and learning to inform the community about the local resources for respite care.

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On Saturday, June 4, the Carroll County Community came together at the Amp in Carrollton to honor the legacy of Ray Fulford and celebrate the 50th Anniversary of his company RaLin.

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Fogelman Properties, a privately-owned and fully integrated multifamily investment and property management company, has acquired the newly rebranded Venue at Carrollton, a community formerly known as Renew at Carrollton.

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Crystal Williamson was just a regular mom of three, but now she is known as the West Georgia Mama from TikTok.

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“We are more powerful when we are one,” is a common phrase people may hear from city of Carrollton Councilwoman Jacqulene Elaine Bridges who not only serves the community located in Carrollton’s Ward 1, but the hair community as well, with 25 years of in the cosmetology business and the rece…

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Two Carroll County high schools, Mount Zion High and Central High, have recently had new, state-of-the art renovations of their tennis courts performed by Sports Turf Company, a sports facility construction and specialty surfacing company based in Whitesburg.

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Georgia Trend recently published a success story about Douglasville-based HRC Engineers, a provider of civil engineering, landscape architecture and land surveying services to residential, commercial/industrial and municipal developers across the Southeast.

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Blush Hair Studio owner Julia Sanders hosted the grand opening for their new location on Monday morning along with Main Street Manager Janet Chumley present to celebrate Blush’s new location.

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This week, May 2 through 6, is National Small Business Week, which has been celebrated for over 50 years.

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This week, May 2 through 6, is National Small Business Week, which has been celebrated for over 50 years.

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Truffles Vein Specialists has opened its third location in Carrollton.

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Carroll Tomorrow’s leadership has chosen Travis Haggard to serve as vice president of economic development. The announcement was made this week by Karen Handel, president and chief executive officer of the public-private partnership.

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“I seek to lose the madness over the mountains and begin again.” — Colonel Ludlow’s quote to his companion, One Stab, in the movie Legends of the Fall.

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Another man’s trash is another man’s treasure — or business.

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The Carroll County Chamber of Commerce released their annual report for 2021.

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A recently renovated local high school football stadium and a pair of area contractors who continue to build their reputations as two of the most recognized businesses of their kind in the southeast recently garnered top honors bestowed by a state professional organization.

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Blood is not the only characteristic of family, not even species.

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Recently, Joe Biden nominated Ketanji Jackson to the Supreme Court. If confirmed by the Senate, she will be the first black woman to sit on the highest court in the nation.

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There are many breakfast places in Carrollton to get a good biscuit, but 4 AM Coffee Roasters Cafe and Bar is making a difference by strengthening the community. Owner Shane Galloway shares his vision of a restaurant that can not only feed the community but also positively impact the people …

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According to a media release issued on Monday, a Carrollton native and University of West Georgia alum has been selected to be the Greater Dalton Chamber of Commerce’s next president and chief executive officer.

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Of all the criminal acts in Georgia, burglary is one of the most dangerous to the homeowner, community, and the perpetrator.

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Villa Rica’s Deputy City Manager has been named one of 50 “Young Gamechangers” in Georgia by a group that each year helps a community find solutions to its biggest problems.

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At its annual gala, the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce handed out awards for the area’s top businesses and individuals on Thursday night at the University of West Georgia’s Campus Center ballroom.

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Norton Financial, an independent financial advisory firm in Carrollton, recently announced Jason Norton’s inclusion in LPL’s Chairman’s Club. The elite award is presented to less than 5% of the firm’s more than 19,000 financial advisors nationwide.

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We know only too well that war comes not when the forces of freedom are strong, but when they are weak. It is then that tyrants are tempted.” — President Ronald Wilson Reagan

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Carrollton residents have probably noticed an empty business space on Adamson Square, but that is about to change.

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“Make no mistake, it’s not revenge he’s after, it’s a reckoning.” — Doc Holliday

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A false witness will not go unpunished, and he who pours out lies will not go free.” — Proverbs 19:5

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Anyone that has either competed in athletics or watched as a spectator from the stands during the last three decades, especially in the southeastern United States, chances are the natural grass or artificial turf on which the event was being played was installed by a company from Carroll County.

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Fall of 1980 — “That man is huge,” I said to my father. Who is he?

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Each year, I have at least two clients die from a drug overdose. Notifying a mother that her son is dead is an experience that I would not wish on anyone.

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ATLANTA — The Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business (“Center”) at the Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business is launching on October 21, 2021 the Drawdown Georgia Business Compact (“Compact”), an inclusive and collaborative initiative focused on galvanizing climate action in Geo…

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The University of West Georgia recently wrapped its second Frazier Music Business Internship Scholarship, building on the success of 2019’s inaugural summer program and two UWG students earning invaluable experience at Carrollton City Schools (CCS).

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Tanner Health System is improving access to prescription medications with the new full-service Tanner Retail Pharmacy at the Tanner Health Pavilion, across Dixie Street from Tanner Medical Center/Carrollton.

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Being a college town has proved a blessing to Carrollton business owners, shielding the town from the kind of staff shortages being reported nationwide.