Airport Authority approves $34,000 buyout for dire...
by Tom Spigolon
03:40 PM, Tuesday, January 27
The Paulding County Airport Authority will owe its director more than $34,000 if it fires him without cause, according to an employment contract it approved for him last week. Authority members voted 8-1 for the contract which runs through Dec. 31...

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EDUCATION GUIDE: 2014 CRCT scores
PAULDING COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM 2014 CRCT SCORES GRADE 3 Subject Takers Score Reading 2129 94.1 Eng LA* 2132 90.4 Math ...
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EDUCATION GUIDE: SAT scores
PAULDING COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM SAT SCORES: School / 2013 takers / Score // 2012 takers / Score East Paulding HS / 243 ...
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Georgia ranks 13th in Annual Highway Report
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Earlier this month, the Atlanta Institute for Medicine & Research relocated to Alpharetta. To coincide with the move,...
02:31 PM, Wednesday, September 17
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Landscaping manufacturer expanding to city
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Two-day European-style market to return to downtown Alphar...
The European Market on Milton Avenue will return to downtown Alpharetta for its third year Saturday and Sunday. The t...
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Council discusses future of Southern Trilogy
Long-term plans for the Southern Trilogy historic homes – consisting of Barrington Hall, Bulloch Hall and the Archiba...
01:37 PM, Wednesday, September 17
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In Alpharetta, charcoal, college football bond a community
\While thunderstorms made Columbia, S.C. a sopping wet mess Saturday, Alpharetta experienced a bright and sunny after...
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Milton remembers 9/11 with annual memorial
As small children took selfies amid a sea of nearly 3,000 miniature flags, Jim Connolly solemnly trudged his way acro...
01:32 PM, Wednesday, September 17
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Alpharetta city council mulls plans for connecting downtow...
With the openings of Alpharetta’s City Center and Avalon, a mixed use development on Old Milton Parkway, rapidly appr...
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Council talks nightclub, rezoning issues
The Sandy Springs City Council has rejected a rezoning project involving the construction of an apartment building at...
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Burnette becomes head of Roswell’s fire department
With one Ricky stepping down, another Ricky has assumed the mantle of Roswell fire chief. “We’ve had a tremendous amo...
12:59 PM, Wednesday, September 17
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Local fundraisers benefit Canine Assistants in Milton
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12:48 PM, Wednesday, September 17
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