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The contractor building the new multipurpose building on the Carrollton City Schools campus said it has found a solution to the poor soil at the construction site.

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Morgan Ross, a registered nurse in the emergency department at Tanner Medical Center/Carrollton, recently wrapped up her first season as an assistant coach of the Bremen Middle School girls’ basketball team — an experience that shaped up to be everything she expected and more.

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Villa Rica’s Economic Development Director Christopher Pike will be leaving that position next week for a similar position with the new city of South Fulton.

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Since the hands-free law went into effect July 1, local police have noticed that the majority of drivers are abiding by the rules.

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A man wanted in connection with the disappearance of a Haralson County woman told investigators this week that he has no information about her whereabouts.

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The $26.6 million operating budget approved by the Carrollton City Council Monday night is a 7 percent increase over the 2017-2018 budget of $24.9 million and contains a cost-of-living raise for employees.

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Villa Rica City Manager Tom Barber has been rehired to serve another year in the job, following a vote Tuesday night by the City Council.

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The proposed "road diet" for Bankhead Highway is creating concern among business owners and professionals who had the opportunity to express their opinions to City Council members Monday night.

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The Carroll County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday approved a resolution calling for the authorization of the intergovernmental agreement in relation to the TSPLOST referendum that will be on the November ballot.

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Southwire’s Project GIFT will give away more than 5,000 bags of school supplies Saturday to students whose summer vacation is rapidly nearing its end.

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Member of the Carrollton Board of Education discussed the start of the school year during its work session Monday night, and received updates about the progress of construction projects on campus.

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If the proposed transportation sales tax is approved by voters in November, at least some of the revenue that Temple receives will be saved as “seed money” to solve the persistent problem of railroad cars blocking traffic in the city.

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Republican gubernatorial candidate Brian Kemp held a rally for supporters at the Carroll County Ag Center Tuesday morning where he spoke with residents about issues. Carrollton was part of a seven-day bus tour of 37 stops in Georgia known as the “Putting Georgians First” tour.

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Chiropractors are concerned with a worldwide epidemic that is being called "text neck." Text neck is the slouched neck posture that people of all ages are developing because of cell phones.

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The Carroll County Board of Commissioners will discuss at tonight's meeting an audit set to begin on July 24 that will continue until the end of the year.

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J.R. Charles had planned to go into television news until events changed his outlook on a future in that profession.

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Villa Rica may join other cities and counties across Georgia — as well as other states — in a massive class-action lawsuit against the makers and distributors of opioids.

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Law enforcement agencies have been on high alert during this summer due to multiple vehicle break-ins throughout Carroll and neighboring counties.

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At approximately 8:30 p.m. Thursday, the Superior Recreational Products business in Carrollton responsible for making children’s playground sets and recreational equipment caught fire, engulfing the building with flames and smoke.

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The THS Emergency Shelter is changing its name to better reflect the services it offers. CEO Laddie Carter said she realized the change was needed when writing three grant proposals.

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The Carrollton City Council will hold a second public hearing on the city’s comprehensive plan for the next 10 years when it meets July 9.

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The Carrollton Target store is being remodeled to create what the company calls "customized concepts" to better meet shoppers' needs.

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A Bowdon man has been charged with two counts of aggravated assault after a couple said he shot at them.

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The Carrollton City Council is expected to consider a reimbursement agreement after a subdivision developer asked for a spur to the GreenBelt near Tabernacle Baptist Church. The spur would connect to the trail near Carrollton Junior High School.

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Carrollton Mayor Pro Tem Gerald Byrd said he will not defend racial comments made on Facebook that prompted a call for a boycott of his non-profit organization The Institute of Imagination.

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Early voting for the July 24 general primary runoff election began Monday for several races, including governor, state school superintendent, governor, lieutenant governor and secretary of state.

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Little Vine Vineyards in Villa Rica will debut three new wines with a free tasting this weekend.

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Between 65 and 85 entries are expected in the 41st annual People's Parade July 4 in Carrollton. The Sounds of Liberty concert and a fireworks show will cap the Independence Day celebration Wednesday night.

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The Haralson County Sheriff's Office said Thursday it is offering a $1,000 reward for information that locate a Haralson County woman now missing for three weeks.

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Cap off your Fourth of July celebration with friends and family on the grounds of the Carrollton City Schools. The 2018 Sounds of Liberty Concert by The Carroll Symphony Orchestra begins at 8:15 p.m. and leads to a fireworks display.