Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta recently announced the 2018 lineup for its annual “Power of Words” event. D’Kalyn Morris and I’lasia Brown, young poet, and writers from Paulding have been selected and will be performing their works on stage at the prestigious Woodruff Arts Center. Held Tuesday, April 24, hundreds of community supporters are expected to attend.
Candidates for the May 22 Republican Primary Election include three Paulding races for post commissioner seats. Starting with Post 4, all four candidates were asked to name their top priority once elected or re-elected.
Hiram High School celebrates as high school seniors sign athletic scholarships as they prepare for college. Audrick Pyronneau, Darius Johnson, and Carissa Carson signed scholarships.
PCFD will be joining more than 100 other fire departments throughout the state of Georgia by participating in the annual "Give Burns the Boot"® drive, benefiting the Georgia Firefighters Burn Foundation. This event will be held on Saturday, May 5th, 12th, and 19th at participating retail stores across Paulding County.
East Paulding Girls Soccer vs Villa Rica 4/13/18 - Home Game Lady Raiders Win 4-1 on Senior Night
Students from Paulding, Bartow, and Polk counties and Rome City schools participated in a day full of science-based competition on Saturday, April 14th. Abney Elementary's "Cranium Krushers" Science Olympiad team did a fantastic job in the events.
Washington, D.C. – Rep. Tom Graves (R-GA-14) today voted for and the House passed the Taxpayer First Act (H.R. 5444) and the 21st Century IRS Act (H.R. 5445), legislation to reform the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and improve taxpayer protections.
Saturday, APRIL 28th, 10 A.M. Three (3) bedroom, two (2) bath home with great room and fireplace, bonus room with fireplace, on nice lot with 2 a car detached garage. Large deck overlooking the backyard and Weiss Lake. Plus, a 4 +/- acre waterfront tract with 5 small cabins that adjoins the home tract.
The East Paulding High School J.R.O.T.C. has two drill teams where both male and female cadets compete at local and national level. We are currently short $3,000 to pay for the trip to the National High School Drill Championships in Daytona, FL, next month.