The Museum of Flight (MOF) made progress last week toward their move from Rome’s Richard B. Russell Regional Airport to the Paulding County airport. The museum moved into their space in the Hangar 1 building and also last week moved the final piece of static inventory that will display outdoors.
The Paulding Chamber of Commerce introduced a new fundraising and awareness campaign during October. Kick Cancer in the Can provides an opportunity for local businesses to help raise money for those here in Paulding who have been affected by breast cancer.
Paulding Boys and Girls Club at 335 Academy Drive in Dallas received an ultimatum back on July 6th from their corporate office in Atlanta that required the local chapter to do some fundraising to avoid closing its doors.
Update: Brandon Torrones has been located. He is safe and has been reunited with his family. Thank you for everyone’s assistance. Deputies responded to the area of Dallas Acworth Highway (GA 92), and Cedarcrest Road (Crossroads Community) references a missing person.
Sunday, October 4, 2020, the Grand Lodge of Georgia, Free & Accepted Masons conducted a cornerstone ceremony at the new Paulding County Sheriff’s Office. Grand Master Johnie M. Garmon along with the Grand Lodge Officers facilitated an impressive and awe-inspiring ceremony.
Bert Villiaume was presented the prestigious Dallas Masonic Lodge “MASON OF THE YEAR” award for 2020 recently at the Lodge on Main Street. In addition, Villiaume was further honored by being selected Mason of the Year for Sub-District 7-E of the Grand Lodge of Georgia.
Chipotle Mexican Grill recently opened a new Hiram restaurant featuring a Chipotlane, a drive-thru pickup lane allowing customers to pick up digital orders without leaving their cars! In addition to being open for takeout, mobile pick-up, and contactless delivery with tamper-evident packaging, the new restaurant – located at 4500 Jimmy Lee Smith Pkwy Hiram, GA 30141.
The Chattahoochee Tech Foundation raised $54,100 at its 2020 Virtual Reverse Raffle, which was conducted virtually on Thursday, Oct. 1, using distance learning technology at the college’s North Metro Campus.
Paulding County 4-H’ers and Adult Volunteers came out to White Oak Park to clean up, as part of the continuing statewide campaign to clean and preserve over 70,000 miles of Georgia’s rivers and streams. The effort was part of Rivers Alive, a joint program of the Environmental Protection Division’s Outreach Education Programs and the Department of Community Affairs’ Keep Georgia Beautiful Program.
Chattahoochee Technical College has implemented a new program in Dental Assisting that addresses a widespread need for highly skilled workers in this career field.
Taking home Best in Show honors was Emme Worthy McAllister of Dallas, GA who has crafted her Ponderosa Potter for the past 10 years. Though winning numerous awards at other shows, this was McAllister’s first time to exhibit at Rose Lawn and the win came as a complete surprise.
Paulding County Fire & Rescue announced today it has opened an office of Fire Investigations. This new division will be responsible for investigating a variety of incidents including structure fires, explosions, and burn injuries.
Battalion Chief Timothy King, a 25-year veteran of PCFD, and an experienced Paramedic has been promoted to lead the newly formed Division. Chief King, who assumes his new duties on October 19th.
Dallas, GA – Paulding resident, veteran corporate speaker, and entertainer Joe M. Turner doesn’t often go six months without boarding a plane. But in 2020, the global pandemic led him to add an entirely new kind of magical performance to his work. And thanks to technology, it has taken him around the world all year.