High schools in Douglas County saw a slight dip in the graduation rate in 2016, but with a district average of 87.1 percent, the county fared better than the state average of 79.2 percent, according to a report released last week by the Georgia Department of Education.
The Douglas County Courthouse is often a place of conflict and drama as convictions are entered, sentences imposed, and the bitterness of divorce unfolds. However, the Douglas Felony Drug Court graduated its first ever class of participants on Thursday night and instead of sadness there was …
To make the community safe, citizens must operate as one.That was the message that Douglasville Police Chief Gary Sparks said he wanted to convey through his Community Trust meeting held on Tuesday, Oct. 11.
The Tri-Mu Douglasville alumni chapter, and the University of West Georgia Kappa Kappa chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. came together last Saturday for a community service project on Fairburn Road.