When the Watson facility was approved and began construction, county officials considered making commercial driver’s licenses available at the new location for those seeking employment in the trucking industry, but no specific plan was considered at that time.
Paulding County will once again observe the National Day of Prayer on Thursday May 5th at the Courthouse Veteran’s Park Amphitheatre. People of all faiths are invited to join others nationwide to pray for the nation.
The Paulding Chamber of Commerce is recognizing two thriving and growing local businesses at its fifth annual Industry Appreciation Event on April 14. For the past four years, it has been a breakfast event. They are pleased to enhance it this year by making it a part of the Georgia Power Luncheon series.
Carroll Electric Membership Cooperative was one of the 41 EMCs in Georgia that brought the issue of line worker safety before the 2016 Georgia General Assembly in the form of House Bill 767. Governor Nathan Deal signed the bill into law.
TWO MEN AND A TRUCK Helps Mothers in Shelters with Movers for Moms Community-Supported Program Aids Moms in Crisis on Mother’s Day. Though Mother’s Day is intended to be a joyous occasion for women across the country, thousands of moms will be overlooked on this special holiday because they are forced to live in shelters as a result of domestic abuse or homelessness.
Seven Chattahoochee Technical College students who are starting their careers in the automotive and diesel repair industries recently were presented with a Snap-On toolbox and $1,000 worth of tools. The tool sets were purchased through proceeds from the Mike Peterson Memorial Golf Tournament.
In honor of World Red Cross and Red Crescent Day, the American Red Cross invites eligible donors to give blood in May. By encouraging the public to support the humanitarian mission of the Red Cross, you are helping to ensure blood is available for patients in about 2,600 hospitals served nationwide by the Red Cross.
Paulding County Republican Party will be hosting two nights of debates at Chattahoochee Tech - Paulding Campus on Monday April 25 an Wednesday April 27. NEWSPAPER NOTICE PUBLISHED April 2016 * Paulding County Republican Party to Hold Campaign Debates
There’s as much litigation flying around Paulding’s airport as there is aircraft with recent lawsuits being filed from multiple sides. Ongoing litigation is up to three different lawsuits now and Silver Comet officials say they will wait and see how it all plays out.
Kristie Kemper inducted into the Southern Regional Press Institute’s Inaugural Hall of Fame. She purses at the Southern Regional Press Institute (SRPI) in Savannah, Georgia.
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.