The University System of Georgia recently released the USG’s total economic impact on the state of Georgia. Of the more than $15 billion reported by the USG as a whole, Georgia Highlands College’s contribution was over $132 million.
On April 22, 2016 Olivia Shead, of the Paulding County Sheriff’s Office, was recognized at a retirement ceremony which was held in her honor at the Paulding County Sheriff’s Office Training Center. On hand to recognize her for her service was Sheriff Gary Gulledge.
Rep. Howard Maxwell (R-Dallas) received a 2016 “Champion of Georgia’s Cities Award” from the Georgia Municipal Association (GMA). The award, given at the end of every two-year legislative term to state legislators who actively support major GMA initiatives and goals, was presented to Maxwell on May 2.
Paulding County Fire & Rescue Promotions Training Division Doubles Experience with Newly Named Officers Hiram, Georgia – May 5, 2016 PCFD announced that two officers were promoted and assigned to the Department’s Training Division.
Seven Chattahoochee Technical College students recently inducted into the college’s chapter of the National Technical Honor Society. Students selected have a grade point average of 3.65 or higher,received a nomination from a CTC instructor & have completed min. 12 hours collegiate-level study.
Paulding Board of REALTORS® (PBOR) presented Paulding County Commission Chairman Candidate David Carmichael with a check for campaign support.
Paulding District Attorney Dick Donovan announces that a Dallas man has pleaded guilty to aggravated assault after shooting at a police officer and was given a twenty year sentence.
Paulding County officials together with the Economic Development Organization, the Paulding School System, and the Chamber recently came together to form a Comprehensive Plan stakeholder steering committee comprised of local residents and business representatives at the Dallas Civic Center.
The South Paulding High School Law, Public Safety, Corrections, and Security (LPSCS) Criminal Justice Essentials and Criminal Investigation classes were pleased to recently demonstrate Community Policing and Community Service at its finest by aiding the culinary classes by supplying an indoor “Herb Garden” structure.
Barry Atkison, who came on board in March and started earlier this month, is Hiram’s second manager since the city changed its charter in 2012. He had served previously as city manager for Cedartown. Mayor Teresa Philyaw, council members and Atkison met last week to further their discussions regarding the ‘Phase 1’ of the project to create a downtown business overlay district.
The Chattahoochee Tech Foundation honored the recipients of 42 different scholarships at a reception held Tuesday, April 26, at Piedmont Church in Marietta. The 56 winners, who represent a wide variety of the programs offered at Chattahoochee Technical College.
GreyStone employees help keep co-op, community safe Each year GreyStone Power hosts its Safety Breakfast to commend employees for their efforts in making their work and home life safer.
MARIETTA, Ga. – Golden Eagles sophomore power forward Arthur Bennett has signed with Division II Johnson C. Smith to continue his basketball career. Bennett, from McEachern High School in Powder Springs, Ga.
April 23, 2016 on a beautiful spring morning to hold a Confederate Memorial Day Observance Service. The service was called to order by Camp Commander Wayne Willingham and all were welcomed to the service.