Halloween History Exhibit at Douglas County Museum

Halloween History Exhibit

Halloween: A Hair-Raising History This Halloween history exhibit will be on display from September 1 through October 31, 2017. The exhibit is at the Douglas County Museum of History & Art located at 6754 Broad Street, Douglasville, GA 30134. You can call 678.449.3939 for more details. For more information about the Douglas County Museum of…

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Panera Bread nears opening in Douglasville

Panera Bread

Panera nears completion on September 20 The wait is almost over, as Panera Bread plans to open in late October!   The store will be located at 2868 Chapel Hill Road in Douglasville. The new restaurant replaces Joe’s Crab Shack, in the Target Shopping Center. The building has been completely renovated. The Douglasville location will…

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Georgia State Parks’ “Leaf Watch” Website Tracks Best Fall Color

Georgia State Parks’

Travel Tips for Leaf Peepers For many people, the perfect autumn weekend includes cozy campfires and gooey s’mores surrounded by fiery-hued forests. To help leaf peepers plan their fall escapes, Georgia’s state parks will soon launch “Leaf Watch 2017” to track fall color as it moves across the Peach State. Found at www.GeorgiaStateParks.org/LeafWatch, the travel…

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CASTING LOCALS – Commercial for the Olympics & Comcast

Olympics & Comcast

Tiffany Company Casting CASTING CALL: NON-UNION COMMERCIAL FOR A COMMUNICATIONS COMPANY IN THE DOUGLASVILLE AREA!! Tiffany Company Casting is looking for EVERYDAY PEOPLE that make up the HEART AND SOUL OF GEORGIA for a very special commercial about the Olympics and how they bring together a community. We are looking for ALL TYPES, ALL ETHNICITIES,…

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WGTC Hosting Open House on All Five Campuses


Prospective students interested in attending West Georgia Technical College will get a great chance to discover what WGTC has to offer at five Open House events to be hosted by the college. Whether prospective students are first-time freshmen, wanting to earn their GED, current high school students or returning to school to move ahead, everyone…

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Grant’s Gatherings and Gifts Opens in Dallas

Grant’s Gatherings and Gifts

A Paulding Chamber of Commerce Ribbon Cutting Ceremony was held on September 14th for Grant’s Gatherings and Gifts located at 214 Main Street in Historic Downtown Dallas, Georgia. They are a local family owned and operated retailer that is quickly becoming a favorite of Paulding residents and a destination location for people visiting the area.…

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Publix launches home delivery service

Publix Launches Home Delivery

Instacart has expanded the luxury and convenience of online ordering and home delivery of groceries and other items beyond the urban beltways and into the suburbs and small cities of America. That means Publix customers in Villa Rica, as well as Douglas and Paulding County can visit publix.com/delivery  and have groceries delivered to their door.…

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Douglas County Chamber Announces the Top Ten Young Professionals of 2017

Douglas County Chamber

Submitted By: Douglas County Chamber The Young Professionals Connection (YPC), a program of the Douglas County Chamber, is pleased to announce its Top Ten Young Professionals of 2017.  The Top Ten Young Professionals of the Year is an annual recognition of young professionals in Douglasville and Douglas County who embody YPC’s mission and vision. The recognition…

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Anticipating A Taste of Villa Rica

Taste of Villa Rica

Taste of Villa Rica on October 7th by Chuck Palmer A sure sign of autumn being just around the corner is a crowd milling about at The MILL amphitheater in Villa Rica, enjoying great food, music, art, and games on a festive Saturday. On October 7th, the Villa Rica Lions Club and the Golden City…

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Operation Christmas Douglas County 2017

Operation Christmas

Although it’s just August with temperatures still in the 90s and thoughts of December far away, the Operation Christmas Douglas County Elf Squad began planning this year’s event in February.  “A group of church leaders came together and had several meetings during the first part of this year,” Operation Christmas founder Judge Beau McClain explained.…

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