Temple Will Build Museum Remembering The City’s History

Looking to preserve the history of their town built along the Georgia Pacific railroad in 1882, the City of Temple will build a history museum.  According to Mayor Michael Johnson, the museum will highlight the founding of the city and the history of the railroad but will also explore the temple model school and the […]

Mount Zion Will Improve Water Pressure With New Federal Grant

The City of Mount Zion learned Thursday that it is one of 59 Georgia communities to get a share of $41million in federal assistance grants. The city received $558,000 via the community development block grant program. The funding, according to City Clerk Teresa Ferguson, will go toward a project designed to improve water pressure for […]

Central High School Recognizes August Students of the Month

(August 30, 2019, Carrollton, Georgia). Central High School recognized August Students of the Month by presenting each student with a free tee shirt, food coupons, game tickets, and a certificate. Students are selected by their teacher for having a good attitude, good academic performance and attendance in the classroom. Principal Mr. Jared Griffis presented each […]

Press Release: SUMMER NUTRITION PROGRAM PROVIDES RECORD NUMBER OF MEALS

CARROLLTON, GA – With the final tally of the 2019 summer meals program now official, almost 30,000 free breakfast and lunch meals were provided to Carrollton area children and youth in May, June and July, surpassing last year’s record total by 8,000 meals. Laura Malmquist, director of School Nutrition for Carrollton City Schools, said meals […]