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Jonathan Dockery

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Entrepreneur and community leader, Jonathan is the founder of The City Menus. Through his business he embraces his passion for community and small businesses. In his spare time he travels the country finding breathtaking landscapes, unique city murals, and tons of great food. Each of his travels bring him inspiration for another adventure.

Arts for All Opting for Curbside Only

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Arts for All at the Institute of Imagination located at 119 Bradley Street recently announced that their...

Plates on The Square in Carrollton Reopening Soon

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Adamson Square’s Plates on the Square in Carrollton recently announced on their Facebook page that they are...

Pin It Co. Bids Farewell to Bowdon, Relocating to Carrollton

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Photo by Trevor Picciano A homegrown Bowdon home goods and craft store, Pin It Co. is saying farewell...

Hattie Mae’s Closes Storefront in Carrollton

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Hattie Mae’s Boutique began as a shop inside Mitchell’s Gifts off Newnan Street in Carrollton. Later that...

Revamped Black Tie & Boots to feature Sawyer Brown

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Provided by WGTC The West Georgia Technical College Foundation has announced that long-time country music favorite Sawyer Brown...

Bradley Street Train Depot Featured On Several Billboards In Atlanta

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Iconic Carroll County landscape painter Laura Smith recently won a competition through the Douglasville Arts Council. She...

Kenny’s Kreams Opens in Villa Rica

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Villa Rica’s newest ice cream shop, Kenny’s Kreams celebrated their soft opening on Saturday, June 13 at...

The Southern Post Celebrates Grand Opening In Villa Rica

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Photo by Lavishly Rugged Photography A new apparel and accessories store has opened in downtown Villa Rica. The...

Hibachi Express Comes Back

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In early March we reported that Hibachi Express located at 530 Bankhead Highway in Carrollton caught fire....

Downtown Newnan Welcomes Bold Soul Originals

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Final opening preparations are underway for a new boutique at 9 Greenville Street in downtown Newnan. Formerly...