Paulding County Magistrate Clerk Linda Taylor retired this week, after 40 years of service with Paulding County. Linda was honored at the Paulding County BOC meeting for her service and presented with a plaque by Chairman David Carmichael.
Paulding County, GA. Detectives with the Paulding County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division and Agents with the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) have been conducting an investigation into what was originally dispatched as a vehicle fire.
The Dallas Board of Elections voted unanimously to disqualify Narda Konchel and to remove her from this year’s Mayoral ballot, upholding a challenge by Mayor Boyd Austin. Mayor Austin filed a challenge stating that Konchel had not met the requirements of the City Charter because she could not prove that she had been a city resident for at least one year prior to application.
CareLink Health Center in Dallas is actively seeking more staff volunteers to help meet a growing number of requests for care. Located at 625 W. Memorial Dr. in Dallas, CareLink of Northwest Georgia officially opened last year and has just passed its 10th month of being open for business.
On Wednesday, September 11, 2019, the Paulding County Sheriff's Office and the Paulding County Fire Department will hold a ceremony at Mt. Tabor Park (at the 9-11 memorial site) honoring the men and women who gave their lives to help others on one unforgettable day, 9/11/2001.
Brown and Caldwell’s Kelly Comstock, a managing consultant on Paulding’s Richland Creek Reservoir (RCR) project, updated the Paulding Board of Commissioners last week on RCR progress, which will begin this month to prepare the reservoir basin for the intake of water.
Paulding County’s Board of Commissioners last week awarded an Airport Hangar renovation contract to Striker Contracting, LLC, and also approved a separate agenda item to submit a request to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to release approximately 2.964 acres from federal obligations to be the site of the new Aviation Academy.
This month the Dallas Concert Series started an hour earlier to accommodate additional musical guests including Community Church of South Paulding, The Will Sam Band, and West Ridge Church. A new record number of attendees filled the available seating area to enjoy the presentation. As scheduled Crowder took the stage at approximately 8 o'clock to greet over 2200 audience members and fans.
City of Dallas Ga. has been selected by the Georgia Municipal Association (GMA) to receive one of the Employee Health & Wellbeing Incentive Grants awarded statewide to promote worksite programs designed to enhance the health and wellbeing of city employees and family members.
DAHLGREN, Va. – Fire Controlman Aegis 1st Class Shane Freeman, a 2011 graduate of Hiram High School and native of Powder Springs, Ga., received a Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (NAM) during an awards ceremony at the AEGIS Training and Readiness Center (ATRC) on Aug. 23.
Paulding County Fire/Rescue, the State Fire Marshal’s Office, and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) are assisting the Paulding County Sheriff’s Office in this investigation. Once the scene was processed, the victim’s remains were recovered and subsequently transported to the GBI Crime Lab in Atlanta.
The male driver has been extremely cooperative and admitted to seeing the alleged victim walking her dog down the road. The male driver stated that this was not his usual route and that he ordinarily works in Douglas County. He also indicated that he was likely on the phone when he passed the juvenile because he was unfamiliar with the area.
An eleven-year-old female juvenile was walking her dog in the area of 330 School Road Dallas, GA 30132 which is a rural area of northern Paulding County within the Burnt Hickory community. According to the juvenile, while she was walking her dog a Hispanic male pulled up to her in an old white “work van” and told her to get inside the vehicle.
Seven and a Timmaaay of Hiram, Ga finished 1st in the 2019 APA 9-Ball World Championship, conducted by the American Poolplayers Association (APA) on Aug. 13-17 at the Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino. Seven and a Timmaaay are members of the local APA 9-Ball League that play out of Hiram Station and became eligible to compete in the World Pool Championships by participating in weekly league play and placing at the top of their division during the summer, fall or spring sessions.