TRACK SAFETY: Railroad officials canvass area to inform residents
by Bill Baldowski
July 23, 2014 03:00 PM | 0 0 comments | 2 2 recommendations | email to a friend
Douglasville Police Officer Lt. Brad Loudermilk is in charge of investigating all fatal automobile accidents occurring in the city. Although he has investigated numerous such incidents, the ones involving a train hitting a vehicle at railroad crossings or hitting someone illegally walking along the tracks are the ones he said he particularly hates to investigate. It is for that reason that Loudermilk joined other city of Douglasville and Douglas County law enforcement and Norfolk So...
Commission to vote on rollback millage rate
Douglas County taxpayers may see a slight decrease on their 2014 county tax bills if the Douglas County Commission approves a property tax rate rollback as proposed. However, the county school boar...
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Perdue wins GOP nomination for US Senate
U.S. Senate GOP - Runoff (2,431 of 2,727 precincts - 89 percent) WINNER- David Perdue, GOP 233,832 - 51 percent Jack Kingston, GOP 228,006 - 49 percent School Superintendent Dem - Runoff (2,431 of ...
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Guest column: What sort of man picks on hungry children?
District 1 U.S. Rep. Jack Kingston calls himself a “fiscal hawk” who would slash federal budgets with a machete. He especially wants to chop federal assistance programs for the elderly, the disable...
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