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Tom Reeve Drive In Carrollton Closed

Update from Carrollton City Schools: Power Lines down on Tom Reeve Drive. Power is out in several areas including the entire Carrollton Crossroads Shopping...

73% Class of 2018 Graduates Head to College

CARROLLTON, GA – With a new Carrollton High School senior class ushered in Aug. 2, the former class is now on its way to...

Carrollton City Schools Named Among 100 Best Places to Work

CARROLLTON, GA – Carrollton City Schools has been named one of the 2018 Top 100 Best Places to Work by the Atlanta Business Chronicle,...

A long-anticipated low-cost transit service for Carroll County residents begins operation

A long-anticipated low-cost transit service for Carroll County residents will begin operation July 2. Carroll Connection will provide one-way or round-trip transportation for county residents to...

Carrollton City Schools Summer Meals Program Offered

CARROLLTON, GA – Beginning May 29, Carrollton City Schools will provide meals to children at no cost while school is out for the summer....

Kindergartners, ‘Senior Buddies Bond’

CARROLLTON, GA – Kristine Rowland has always held young children and the elderly in a special place in her heart. And while age differences...

Math teach Keith named ‘LifeChanger’

Carrollton High School math teacher Thomas Keith had just finished giving a pep talk at a Friday student assembly in the Mabry Center for...

Trojan Athletic Hall of Fame

The newest members of the Trojan Athletic Hall of Fame, Joshua Barge, Bess Glanton, Jonathan Jones, Elizabeth Sanders, Clifford C. “Rip” Sewell, and Matt...

Safety Preparedness An Engineering Feat

CARROLLTON, GA – Strong relationships between Carrollton City Schools and local, state and federal law enforcement and emergency management agencies have produced a culture...

Carrollton High School Debate Wins State Title

CARROLLTON, GA — State championships provide impressive bragging rights for high schools and remain an important part of a school’s legacy even generations after...