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Longtime Douglas County residents may not flinch when they hear “6671 Church Street,” but the mention of “Dr. Clark Robinson” should bring another reaction entirely. Read more

The opening of the new Carrollton High School building has been pushed back to July.

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In a game that decided the second-place team from Region 5-AAAAAA, the Alexander girls soccer team not only won that distinction, but spoiled rival Douglas County’s Senior Night in its 6-1 win on Tuesday evening. Read more

The Bremen High School baseball team hit the Trifecta on Tuesday evening.

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Editor's Note: Our Sunday restaurant feature "Dining in Douglas" this week spotlights Farmer’s Table Café, which opened in 2016 inside the Farmer's Table Market on Highway 5. Read more

Through the course of my research regarding the resort era of Salt Springs/Lithia Springs from the mid-1880s to 1912, I've run across many interesting stories, some have proven true and some have not. I've also been introduced to a great cast of characters who made the wondrous Bowden Lithia… Read more

Some might think of running as a kind of deliberate torture; where the body is pushed to and beyond its physical limits, in an exhausting exercise that takes place in all weathers.

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Carlton Barnett “Junior” Edmonds Jr. (aka “Mr. Groovy”), age 70 of Carrollton, passed away Monday, March 27, 2017, at Tanner Medical Center. He was born December 23, 1946, in Oconee County, South Carolina, to the late Carlton Barnett Edmonds Sr. and Mildred Lucille Orr Edmonds.

A memorial services celebrating the life of Martha Rooks Brady Pearce, age 79, of Carrollton, Georgia, formerly of Anniston, Alabama, will be held on Sunday, April 2, at 2 p.m. at the Cedar Creek Baptist Church in Heflin, Alabama, with Rev. Donald Triplette and Tommy George officiating.

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Dozens of people came to witness 1,000 clocks chime at noon on March 12, 2016 at Champ's Clock Shop in Douglasville. Jeff Champion rang the Big Bell and told visitors about its history as clocks chimed. This was the 10th year of the Chimes of 1,000 Clocks.

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Douglas County District Attorney Brian Fortner said Saturday his office is working to see if this surveillance video taken the night a security guard was killed by a sheriff’s deputy can be enhanced to determine what happened leading up to the shooting. Bobby Daniels, a CNN security guard, w…