Earlier this school year Deputy Don Apperson, who is the School Resource Officer at Dobbins Middle School, saw the need and desire from several of the students at his school to learn more about law enforcement.
As of May 9 th , Governor Deal’s deadline to veto legislation passed, which was good news for many of us, who waited anxiously in hopes he would sign our bills into law. As confetti filled the room and the Speaker declared "Sine Die," the last night of session, I couldn't help but to be a bit overwhelmed by the amount of pride I felt over what we accomplished this year.
Major Richard W. Waddell is an Advanced Trained General Dentist of the 78th Dental Squadron at Robins Air Force Base, Georgia. He performs broad scope general dentistry and ensures the readiness for over 3000 active duty personnel.
Paulding County Historical Society: Those Who Lie on the Altar of Freedom United States Armed Forces Paulding County Georgia Casualties.
WellStar Paulding Hospital is committed to delivering world-class healthcare close to home. The not-for-profit hospital plays a significant role in bolstering the state’s economic health, generating $197.5 million in economic impact, per a recent report by the Georgia Hospital Association.
U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Cade M. Fairfax graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. Fairfax is the son of Karen and Richard Fairfax of Hiram, Ga.
Chick-fil- A is proud to announce that Melissa Halleck, a Team Member at our Hiram location has received a scholarship through Chick-fil- A’s Remarkable Futures initiative.
Chick-fil- A Dallas is proud to announce that the following Team Members have received a scholarship through Chick-fil- A’s Remarkable Futures initiative:
Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) just announced that Kelsey Hawkinson, a Dallas, GA native and current SCAD student, received a first place honor at the annual SCAD Sidewalk Arts Festival. In it's 36th year, the festival transforms a park into an outdoor gallery with hundreds of hand-chalked sidewalk squares.
The PCAA met last week regarding the TAEP Bid review and will vote on an agenda item this week during their regular meeting to give the board chair the authority to sign the construction contract for the TAE piping project to local contractor Thompson Grading, pending review and approval by attorney.
Communities across the United States will come together during National Police Week May 14th through 20th to honor and remember those law enforcement officers who made the ultimate sacrifice, as well as those they left behind.
As Memorial Day approaches we wanted to remember heroes in our community. We wanted to highlight two brothers, James E. Miller and Arnold Miller. A story was originally ran in The Dallas New Era on December 20, 1945.
Ahead of the recent global ransomware attack, Rep. Tom Graves (R-GA-14) held an event, in cooperation with the Georgia Institute of Technology, on May 1 for executives and thought leaders in Atlanta about cybersecurity policy, including Rep. Graves’ Active Cyber Defense Certainty Act (ACDC).
This year we took action on a number of important measures. Education, healthcare, public safety and military affairs were top priorities as we continue our efforts to move Georgia forward.