Georgia Highlands College will be launching a new accelerated adult learner program for Fall 2016. This new program will give students the opportunity to earn an Associate of Science with a focus in Business Administration on a two-year completion plan with flexible class scheduling that will include evening, hybrid and online courses.
On Thursday, November 12th and Monday, November 16th, the halls of Paulding County High School were packed with eighth grade students and their parents from all around the Paulding County School District, anxious to learn more about the Academy of Science, Research, and Medicine through the school sponsored Magnet Mania: Program Preview.
The South Paulding Spartans hosted the Loganville Red Devils this past Friday night and dominated the game. The Red Devils won the toss and received the ball first, with the Spartans defense determined to control the game. The Spartan defense lead by #7 Jake Yetter and #30 Dawson Mitchell.
Print Ed classes afford provide much real-world experience in many career paths for digital media and print media careers. Unlike the formal name of the course, Print Ed classes offer as much in the digital realm as they do the world of printing.
The donation to Benefit For Brystol Haynes came about by a long time Creeper's Car Club member (Rick Myers- Center and holding the check) who was aware of the Brystol Haynes story. A motion was made and unanimously approved. Our funds are raised primarily from our Creeper's Car Club Fun Run Car Show held at Jim R. Miller Park in Cobb County. The 2016 - 26th Annual Creeper's Fun Run Car Show is June 11th at Jim R. Miller Park in Cobb County and starts at 9:00am.
House Bill 1, or the Haleigh’s Hope Act, cleared its final hurdle when the House voted to approve a Senate compromise that left the original bill mostly intact on Day 37 of the 2015 legislative session. Co-sponsored by Rep. Micah Gravley (R-Douglasville), the new law decriminalizes the possession of medical cannabis in Georgia.
The word HOPE. Such a small word in size but a huge word in meaning. A lot of families hope their child is born healthy. Some hope their child makes the baseball team. For a parent of a special needs child its hope that one day that their child will be self-sufficient and be able to take care of themselves.
Paulding’s November municipal elections saw longtime Incumbent Dallas Mayor Boyd Austin and three council members sail through the election unopposed, while in Hiram two of three incumbents lost to challengers in last week’s election.
Paulding Chamber of Commerce hosted Brown and Caldwell’s Kelly Comstock at last week’s Chamber luncheon. Comstock is the senior project consultant on the Richland Creek Reservoir, which is slated to go online by 2019, and is intended to provide a stable water source for Paulding residents for generations.
The ability to read and write is fundamental to leading a full and productive life in our knowledge based society. We celebrate Family Literacy Day November 1st we reinforce the importance of literacy to achieving people's dreams.
Paulding Fine Arts is proud to announce the winner of the People's Choice Award for the 2015 Juried Art Show. The Paulding Fine Arts Association meets the 4th Tuesday of each month at 7:00pm in the Courtroom Gallery located on the 2nd floor of the OLD Paulding County Courthouse at 11 Courthouse Square in Downtown Dallas GA.
During last week’s work session Hiram City Council members prepared for the regular meeting scheduled for November 10th. Two public hearings are also scheduled on that date. Chris Pike provided an overview of the proposed amendment to Chapter 12.
Paulding County, GA Sheriff Gary Gulledge announces the 2015 Paulding County Sheriff’s Office Cops for Kids Christmas shopping event requirements and important dates. Cops for Kids is in its 17th year and takes underprivileged children who live in Paulding County and pairs them with a Deputy to go shopping at Christmas. This year’s event will take place Saturday December 12, 2015 at 7:00 am at the Wal-Mart on Marietta Highway.
Paulding Juvenile Court Judge Sandra Miller administers the oath to the first group of volunteers last week at the historic courthouse in Dallas. Twenty-one newly appointed CASA volunteers join 45 others who are advocating for foster children in the county’s juvenile dependency court system.