Paulding chairman will back workers doing backgrou...
by Tom Spigolon
12:57 PM, Tuesday, March 31
The Paulding County chairman said last week he will support any county employee who was a crime victim just as he backed a former top official who used a county purchasing card to run a background check on an alleged extortionist. However, Chairma...

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Stockbridge holds mixer for nonprofits
During her first year as a Stockbridge councilwoman, LaKeisha Gantt has enjoyed the opportunity to learn about many o...
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DeKalb officer who shot man had no serious discipline issues
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Milton passes emergency moratorium across city
At the March 16 city council meeting, Milton's elected officials passed an emergency moratorium on land disturbance p...
12:42 PM, Thursday, March 19
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Roswell DOT to begin resurfacing area roads
The city of Roswell’s Department of Transportation is scheduled to begin resurfacing three roadways next month. The p...
12:36 PM, Thursday, March 19
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Roswell names new director of environmental/public works
Roswell’s Environmental/Public Works Department recently welcomed Dan Skalsky as its new director. Skalsky replaces S...
12:22 PM, Thursday, March 19
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Stockbridge Mayor makes statement
UPDATE 12:15 p.m.: Lt. Joey Smith with the Henry County Police Department issued the following statement: "The invest...
10:18 AM, Thursday, March 19
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No stopping Stockbridge student despite physical setbacks
A fourth-grader at Red Oak Middle School in Stockbridge is continuing to beat the odds and do what he loves most — pl...
09:57 AM, Thursday, March 19
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Stockbridge hotel, wedding business outlook optimistic for...
Tourism in Stockbridge and the rest of Henry County is expected to increase in 2015 due to the county’s convention an...
09:50 AM, Thursday, March 19
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Fulton County Juvenile Court appoints new judge
The Fulton County Juvenile Court Wednesday announced the appointment of Renata D. Turner as an associate judge. Selec...
08:15 PM, Wednesday, March 18
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Fulton County makes evaluation report available
The Fulton County Housing and Community Development Department has released for public comment the draft fiscal 2014 ...
07:45 PM, Wednesday, March 18
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Douglas County adjusting to speed limit increase on I-20
The county commission is planning a public hearing April 7 on a proposed ordinance to allow Douglas to make adjustmen...
06:27 PM, Wednesday, March 18
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Atlanta, Fulton officials react to infrastructure bond vote
Atlanta and Fulton County officials Wednesday reacted to Tuesday’s “yes” vote in the city of Atlanta’s 20-year, $250 ...
06:09 PM, Wednesday, March 18
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SPECIAL DELIVERY: UPS drivers from Douglas set safety stan...
Douglas County resident Allen Banks said he has seen motorists’ driving habits change over almost four decades of acc...
06:01 PM, Wednesday, March 18
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Buckhead accounting firm marks 30 years
Marshall, Jones and Co., a Buckhead-based accounting firm, is celebrating its 30-year anniversary all year long by ke...
05:23 PM, Wednesday, March 18
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Schools, organizations offer abudance of summer camps
Schools will be out for the summer starting in May, but there will be plenty of activities at local summer camps to k...
04:49 PM, Wednesday, March 18
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