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Doors to the newly renovated Rayford Walker Gymnasium on the campus of Central High School has now opened.

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As part of its multi-faced Project Gift” program, Southwire is collecting toys Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., concluding its two-day drive that began Thursday in the Walmart parking lot in Carrolton.

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Carrollton’s First Christian Church will present “Christmas with The Chosen” on Sunday, Dec. 12 at 3 p.m. and Monday, Dec. 13 at 6 p.m. in the church’s Family Life Center.

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Villa Rica City Council voted Tuesday afternoon to participate in a Memorandum of Understanding with the State of Georgia and local governments regarding the opioid litigation settlement.

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A long-time and highly respected veteran leader among realtors in the region and state was honored Wednesday when the office building housing the West Metro Board of Realtors was named in memory of Mary “Jo” Farish.

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The Carrollton City Board of Education recently approved $7,000 in funding to support specific enrichment opportunities at all four schools for 2021-2022.

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The Carrollton City Board of Education recently approved $7,000 in funding to support specific enrichment opportunities at all four schools for 2021-2022.

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Quilt-lovers will want to check out the old-fashioned church pew quilt show scheduled this week, Thursday-Saturday, December 2-4, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day at the Carrollton Presbyterian Church located at 14 Maple Street. Hosted by the West Georgia Quilters Guild, the exhibit, which is…

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As a result of the several Villa Rica housing developments, Villa Rica High School and Temple High School will be the top two most impacted schools in the Carroll County School District.

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Matthew Basil of Carrollton, who earned the Eagle Scout rank earlier this year, was recently awarded the “Good Citizenship Citation” by Carrollton American Legion Post 143 in recognition of his outstanding service to the community which has contributed greatly to the advancement of the Scout…

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The Carroll County Board of Education on Monday discussed drafting master plans to combat the influx of growth as new housing developments are underway in the City of Villa Rica.

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A visit by Santa Claus and his Reindeer had traffic backed up for a mile on Highway 166 West from Carrollton to Bowdon last Thursday when they greeted families and children at Dreamscapes Outdoor Living and Play. Pictured with Santa are Kobe, Autumn and Kelsey Smith of Woodland, Ala.

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A Villa Rica man was arrested Wednesday by Villa Rica police for leaving a bite mark on a woman’s upper arm.

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Carrollton High School students Grace Reid and Ramsey Sullivan jumped right in to volunteer for the Salvation Army during their holiday break.

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The U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration found I-20 to be the second most dangerous highway in the United States.

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This holiday season, students at Big Blue Marble Academy will partner with Samaritan’s purse to fill shoeboxes with toys, school supplies and hygiene items for their Operation Christmas Child.

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A dedication ceremony for a bench honoring Heard County veterans was held Saturday in Franklin. Pictured left to right are Mike Campbell, Casimir Pulaski Chapter of the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution (NSSAR); Tracey Hunt, James Stewart Chapter of the National Society…

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Former Carrollton Trojan great and current New England Patriots cornerback Jonathan Jones was given a hug by Carrollton Mayor Pro Tem Jacqueline Bridges on Saturday at the CHS Student Activities Center when his “Next Step Foundation” presented new sneakers to local youngsters. Sidelined for …

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Villa Rica High School students involved in the work-based learning program all have jobs for the first time this year.

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As the company continues to actively pursue its ambitions to grow as a diversified electrical business, Southwire announced recently that it is making organizational changes to align with its strategic plan.

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During Thursday night’s meeting, the Carroll County Board of Education approved to amend next year’s budget to include hiring a communications manager.

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A Carrollton woman who struck a juvenile in the face, causing visible injury was arrested Thursday by Carrollton officers.

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Lori Goodine (left), coordinator of the of the West Georgia Toys for Tots, accepted a contribution from the Barry Gardner, commander of Carroll Post 143 of the American Legion at the organizations’s Monthly Membership Meeting and Thanksgiving Dinner held Thursday night.

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The Carroll County/West Georgia Council on Aging held its 46th annual Thanksgiving Fellowship event on Nov. 18 at the Carroll County Recreation Center. During the event, citizens were able to dance to live entertainment featuring the Lard Bucket Band. Afterwards citizens were able to enjoy a…

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Jennifer Carroll (second from right), gifted facilitator and National Institute of STEM Certification certified STEM teacher at Roopville Elementary School, was the speaker at the Nov. 10 meeting of the Golden K Kiwanis Club. Carroll was joined by her principal, Marla Turpin, and four K Kids…

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The Carrollton City Council discussed numerous items related to obtaining funds for some street improvements and also looked at placing an order for some fire trucks.

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Whether it be related to the pandemic — which has become a common excuse for issues regarding supply and material shortages and service delays in many sectors of the supply-and-demand system — or other factors, the most commonly heard word during the last several months is a simple noun: del…

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A Carrollton woman was arrested Wednesday by Carrollton Police who say she admitted to stealing from a local store.