New cafe builds on downtown Dallas’ unique charms
by Bill Baldowski
09:18 AM, Wednesday, January 28
For more than five years, Charlie’s Corner Café on the Courthouse Square in downtown Dallas was a gathering place in the community. According to owner Charlie Stevens, it was the city’s “in place” where Paulding residents came for good food, good ...

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