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Central High School Student Selected to Receive Montgomery Scholarship

(Carrollton, Ga. ­ May 20, 2016) Central High School senior Dallas Holm has been named a recipient of the Legacy Scholarship through the Montgomery...

Providence Elementary School Dedicated Walking Track

(Carrollton, Ga. ­ May 20, 2016) When Providence Elementary opened in 2010­-2011 Principal Dr. Terie Smith­-Phillips had a vision of a walking track for...

2016 Carroll County Roadeo Winners

(Carrollton, Ga. ­ May 20, 2016) The Carroll County School System transportation department held its annual School Bus Roadeo this past Saturday at Mt...

How About a Game of ‘Find the Flamingo?’

Flamingos are hiding out in businesses throughout west Georgia and Tanner Health System’s Get Healthy, Live Well needs your help finding them. Get Healthy, Live...

Adopt-A-Drain

Coweta County Stormwater Management invites everyone to "Adopt-A-Drain" to ensure that our abundant resources remain clean for now and for the future. This may be...

Pink Flamingos Flock to West Georgia for #SummerOfHealth

Pink flamingos have flocked to west Georgia to help Tanner Health System’s Get Healthy, Live Well kick off its #SummerOfHealth campaign. Flamingos are the perfect...

Carroll County Board of Education Recognizes 2016 Valedictorians & Salutatorians

(Carrollton, Georgia—May 17, 2016) The Carroll County School System celebrated its 2016 Valedictorians and Salutatorians at a special recognition breakfast on May 13, 2016...

Carroll County Schools Receive 2016 National Beta School of Merit

(Carrollton, Ga. ­ May 17, 2016) The National Beta Club has announced that six Carroll County Schools have been recognized for achieving 2016 National...

Free Summer Meals Program Offered

CARROLLTON, GA –  Beginning May 31, Carrollton City Schools will provide free meals to children while school is out through the “Seamless Summer” program....

Free Program Teaches Kids Where Their Food Comes From

On the fourth Saturday in April, the sun was shining and the weather was warm enough to trade coats for shorts. At the local farmers’...