The City of Hiram Police Department Receives Grant From The Governor’s Office Of Highway Safety In The Amount of $10,000.00.
These are Sample Ballots available for download and review form the Paulding County Elections and Voter Registration Department. This Sample allows you to find all of the candidates and public questions that will be on your ballot in the next election.
Paulding Juvenile Court Judge Sandra Miller administered the oath to 25 volunteers last week at the Paulding Airport Terminal Conference Center to be court-appointed special advocates (CASA) for abused and neglected children. Volunteers advocate for the best interest of children placed in the custody of the Department of Family and Children Services.
The Richland Creek Reservoir (RCR) is part of the Richland Creek Water Supply Program. It is a new 305-acre reservoir that once completed, will supply up to three billion gallons of drinking water to existing and future residents of Paulding County.
Wender & Roberts Pharmacy, a historic Atlanta Pharmacy brand is thrilled to be joining the community of Dallas. Curl's Pharmacy, a Dallas institution, which has been under new ownership since October of last year, will be undergoing a name change and Grand Reopening on April 8, 2016.
Carroll Electric Membership Cooperative has been awarded a 2016 Top Workplaces honor by The Atlanta Journal Constitution. The Top Workplaces lists are based solely on the results of an employee feedback.
National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week: Dallas, Ga. April 1, 2016: Each year, April is designated 911 Education Month and the second week of April is set aside to honor the men and women serving as Public Safety Telecommunicators.
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On the last night, of the 2016 legislative session, House Resolution 1093, "The Study Committee on Mental Illness", sponsored by State Rep. Kimberly Alexander (D-Hiram), passed in the Georgia General Assembly.
Chattahoochee Technical College recently sent 15 horticultural students to the 40th Annual National Collegiate Landscape Competition. An event designed to jumpstart horticultural careers for college students.
Congratulations to Tammy (Clay) Scott for winning both the International Speech Contest and also the Table Topics Contest that was held at the Department of Revenue in January. In February, she also competed in the Area Contest against other Toastmasters Clubs and won both the International Speech Contest.
To reach the 60 percent needed for the state to remain economically competitive, Georgia Highlands College has continued to aid in this ongoing effort to add 250,000 college graduates—whether they earn a one-year certificate, an associate degree or a bachelor’s—beyond current graduation levels to the state of Georgia.
Georgia’s electric cooperatives, including Carroll Electric Membership Cooperative, have designated April as Lineman Appreciation Month, extending what is currently a one-day national observance of National Lineman Day scheduled this year on April 11.