Fall festivals highlight Douglas, Paulding history...
by Tom Spigolon
10:46 AM, Wednesday, September 02
Area residents eager to celebrate the arrival of fall will not have to travel far in coming weeks. Douglas County events will highlight the Labor Day holiday, the area’s history and families and those who protect the public safety of the county, s...

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