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Villa Rica officials are facing the choice of whether to build a new, multi-million-dollar water plant or to find some other solution for its water supply problem.

Pine Mountain Gold Museum’s annual “Ghost Train” has been named one of the top 20 October 2020 events in the Southeast by the Southeast Tourism Society.

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We’d just about had it. Well, we had had it.

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Hundreds of protesters lined Douglas Boulevard on Monday afternoon with signs and chants in light of recent events involving police brutality in several cities across the country.

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Two more deaths caused by COVID-19 have been reported at a local nursing home, according to the most recent report released Friday by the Georgia Department of Community Health (DCH.)

The sign at Hixtown Brewing Co. in Villa Rica says: “Gone Fishin’, complements of the City of Villa Rica.”

Douglas County’s top public health official said she’s seeing some positive developments in the COVID-19 battle, but she stressed that social distancing, quarantining when a person feels sick, wearing masks and disinfecting frequently touched surfaces remains important.

Athletic directors and leaders in the Douglas County School System (DCSS) will be putting together a plan to uniformly adopt measures to resume conditioning and workouts under the guidelines set forth by the Georgia High School Association (GHSA), which set June 8 for restricted activities t…

The transition to college can be challenging for first-year students. UWG’s First Year Academic Programs aim to help students with the adjustment.

Romona Jackson Jones is seeking a second term as Douglas County Commission Chairman. To get another four years heading the county government, she’ll have to defeat local businessman Terry Searcy.

Temple employees will receive hazard pay for their front line service during the coronavirus pandemic.

Temple employees will receive hazard pay for their front line service during the coronavirus pandemic.