Haralson County Middle School students, teachers and administrators scored much higher than the state average in the 2014 College & Career Ready Performance (CCRPI) Index released by the Georgia Department of Education last week. The average scor
Tim Martin, Vice President of Engineering and Operations for Rappahannock Electric Cooperative, has been appointed as President/CEO of Carroll Electric Membership Cooperative beginning Jan. 12, 2015, according to the Carroll EMC board of directors.
The Carroll County schools district outscored the state on the College And Career Ready Performance Index in three of the four district score measures.
The city of Bowdon expects that the new lighting planned for the downtown area should be installed by the middle of January.
College & Career Ready Performance Index (CCRPI) scores for the Carrollton City school system are on the rise based on data from the 2013-2014 school year.
The West Georgia Tech women’s basketball team joined the WGTC Foundation to host the third-annual “Hoops for Hope” Breast Cancer Awareness Women’s Basketball Jamboree on October 25 to raise funds for two local breast cancer awareness organizations.
One month after narrowly approving an award-based financial supplement proposal giving middle school and high school extra curricular activity coaches and directors the opportunity to earn additional income for their successful campaigns...
Villa Rica city officials are asking their local delegates to help acquire state funding for upgrading the Georgia State Patrol post on the west side of the city of gold.
A familiar face will be returning to the city manager’s chair in Villa Rica. Albeit, expectedly for only a short time.
Families this holiday season will have a little more to cheer about.
In recognition of best practices in school governance and leadership, the Carrollton Board of Education has been named a 2014 Distinguished School Board by the Georgia School Boards Association.
Georgia Tech police have arrested a west Georgia man accused in the sexual battery of two women on the Atlanta campus.
The city of Villa Rica could be looking to hire their third city manager in a little more than a year following the announcement this week that current city manager Pat Crook has accepted the position of county administrator in Talladega County, Alabama.
Villa Rica city council will revisit a proposal in early 2015 that would make it mandatory that backseat passengers of golf carts on city streets must wear a seat belt.
The Carroll EMC Foundation awarded $1,000.00 to Mt. Zion Middle School’s Business and Computer Science teacher, Mrs. Tewanna Brown, for her “Let’s Get Digital” storytelling project.