No residents attended the first two of three public hearings hosted last week by the city of Bremen about a millage rate increase.

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At least one Carrollton employer is planning to require that most employees receive COVID-19 vaccinations, mandating weekly tests and potential benefits surcharges if they do not.

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Every week this month, community members are meeting to cheer on Tanner health care workers as they change shifts at the Carrollton hospital. Because the hospital is over 140% occupancy, members from Carrollton Presbyterian and students from the University of West Georgia are meeting on Tues…

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National Guard troops have been deployed to two Tanner facilities in Carroll County as the COVID pandemic and numbers of unvaccinated patients continue to strain the hospital’s resources.

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Villa Rica police arrested a man after finding him asleep inside of La Chiquita Grocery.

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The Taste of Carrollton, sponsored annually by Carrollton Main Street for nearly three decades, was cancelled last year because of the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic and had been scheduled for today.

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The continuing legal saga of Horton’s bookstore owner Dorothy Pittman and her popular resident cats, Poe and Dante, will play out Sept. 28 in the courtroom of Carroll County Chief Magistrate Court Judge Alton P. Johnson.

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Firefighters from Carroll County Ladder 6 took time on Saturday to honor the memory of the nearly 3,000 victims, including 643 firefighters, of the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center Twin Towers 20 years ago. Displaying American flags over a bridge spanning I-20 were (left to right) …

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West Georgia’s hospitals continued to be stressed this week by record numbers of COVID patients, even as the vaccination rate for Carroll County continues to increase.

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With 70 teams serving more than 4,000 middle school and high school students each week in Carroll, Douglas, Haralson and Heard counties, the West Metro Region of Fellowship of Christian Athletes has a four-pronged approach in its mission, according to Jay Webb, the FCA’s area director for we…

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Kenny Rogers (center) of Hightower Family Funeral Homes picked up supplies from C.M.Tanner Grocery Company on Thursday that will be taken with many other materials to the hurricane ravaged Gulf Coast. Pictured with Rogers are Tim Collins (left), warehouse supervisor, and Johnny Tanner, owner…

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A Carrollton man was arrested Wednesday morning by the Carrollton Police Department after allegedly pouring gasoline on a woman’s car.

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Temple has cancelled the municipal election the city had scheduled for Nov. 2 because none of the candidates who would have been on the ballot are opposed.

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Temple has cancelled the municipal election the city had scheduled for Nov. 2 because none of the candidates who would have been on the ballot are opposed.

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GreenCourt Legal Technologies LLC announced Thursday that they will be providing the next generation of electronic filing (e-filing) and communication capabilities through GreenCourt’s industry leading GovLink solution.

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If you want to sell your home in Villa Rica, all you have to do is put up a “for sale” sign and wait a short while for buyers to turn up.

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A Carrollton man was arrested by the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office on Sept. 2 after deputies say they found illegal drugs and stolen firearm in his possession.

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D-BAT Carrollton and D-BAT Douglasville will be hosting their third consecutive Labor Day Camp on Sept. 6.

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Each school year, Carrollton Elementary School buys Trojan GOLD T-shirts for 1,800 students and staff with the help of community sponsors.

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Being sent to jail may have been a blessing, said Timothy Carey, 27, an inmate at the Haralson County Jail and a participant in a partnership between the jail and Haralson Behavioral Health.

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The University of West Georgia recently held a ribbon-cutting ceremony at its Newnan campus to celebrate a new sculpture and mural designed by art students Trinity Dendy and Ariana Culver. The projects — commissioned by UWG’s School of the Arts (SOTA) with generous support from the Hollis Tr…

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Editor’s Note: On Wednesday, an incorrrect article was published in the Times-Georgian regarding Tuesday night’s special meeting of the Carroll County Board of Commissioners. The numbers that were annotated in the article were not accurate nor was the account of the action taken by the BOC i…

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Dozens of people received COVID vaccines on Wednesday as virus cases continued to rise in local hospitals, straining medical resources.