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RWB Tax Service celebrates 10 Years

RWB Tax Service

RWB Tax Service, in Villa Rica, has been serving clients for ten years. Most of those clients come from Douglas, Carroll, and Paulding Counties. More than sixty combined years of experience and customer referrals have helped add clients from around the nation, including California, Illinois, Texas, and New York. Owned by Donna Clark and Chuck…

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Jeep Show to be held at Pine Mountain Gold Museum

Jeep Show to be held at Pine Mountain Gold Museum

Jeeps descending on Stockmar Park and Pine Mountain Gold Museum On May, 12th, the Pine Mountain Gold Museum is partnering with All Things Jeep, West Georgia Autism Society, and the Webster Creek Gunslingers for the 2nd Annual Jeep Show. There will be food vendors, live music, cowboy shows, train robberies, and lots of Jeeps to…

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Cruise The Coop 7 Volkswagen Car Show

Cruise The Coop 7 Volkswagen Car Show

Bugs to swarm at Little Tallapoosa Little Tallapoosa Park, at 1930 Highway 113, will host the seventh annual Cruise the Coop VW Car Show and Swap April 7th and 8th. The two day event is a chance for VW enthusiasts, restorers, collectors, and fans to get together and share their interest in all things Volkswagen.…

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Andrew Young to Speak in Douglasville March 4

Andrew Young to Speak in Douglasville March 4

Ambassador Andrew Young is the keynote speaker for “Ripples of Change: Race, Leadership, and Servanthood in the Church” on Sunday, March 4 at 3:00pm in the Sanctuary of Douglasville First United Methodist Church. The church is located at 6167 Prestley Mill Road across the street from WellStar Douglas Hospital. Andrew J. Young has earned worldwide…

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Job Fair in Carrollton March 3

Job Fair in Carrollton March 3

The Carroll County Board of Commissioners and the Carroll County Water Authority are presenting a Job Fair on March 3. Prospective employees should bring resume’s to the event that begins at 10am and runs to 3pm at the Ag Center at 900 Newnan Road in Carrollton. Possible available positions will include:  Telecommunicators, Detail Officers, Firefighters…

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Leaders make progress with blocked Railroad Crossings

Leaders make progress with blocked Railroad Crossings

On Friday, February 9, City, County, and State officials met with Mr. Connor Poe of Norfolk Southern Railway to discuss the issue of railroad crossing being blocked for extended times in Villa Rica and Temple. Among those present were, Representative Jay Collins, Georgia House District 68, County Commissioner Chairman Marty Smith, and Villa Rica City…

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Carrollton’s Alpha Pi Chi Chapter helping Others

Carrollton’s Alpha Pi Chi Chapter

Alpha Zeta Chapter of Alpha Pi Chi National Sorority, Inc. was active last fall and winter in volunteering to help others. The sorority, established in 1963 in Illinois, has maintained a focus on “civic responsibility” and education and community service. After the devastation of Hurricane Maria on the Houston area, the sorority collected new and…

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West Georgia ArtFEST set for mid-April

West Georgia ArtFEST

The 9th annual ArtFEST, sponsored by the Villa Rica Main Street Arts Coalition, will be held at The MILL Amphitheater in historic downtown Villa Rica on Saturday, April 14, between the hours of 10am and 5pm. This free event showcases the works of approximately 50 artists throughout West Georgia, Athens, Marietta, Atlanta and other cities.…

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Villa Rica saddles up for the Cowboy Festival

Cowboy Festival

Pine Mountain Gold Museum, located at 1881 Stockmar Road, is hosting their second annual Cowboy Festival April 14th and 15th. The museum has partnered with Webster Creek Gunslingers to offer a variety of activities including live cowboy shows, train robberies, and historic firearms demonstrations. There will also be meet-and-greets with Eeyore the donkey and Nugget…

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Meet Temple Mayor Michael Johnson

Temple Mayor Michael Johnson

Temple Mayor Michael Johnson Meet Mayor Michael Johnson Temple swore in their new Mayor in January. Mayor Michael Johnson successfully ran for the position in 2017, his first foray into politics. He was encouraged to run by several community members and friends who shared his concerns about issues that impacted the community. “My interest was…

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