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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.

Newnan NAPA Auto Parts Moving to Millard Farmer Industrial

Photo by Jonathan Dockery A coming soon sign for an auto parts store was recently spotted on Millard...

“Farewell” Fro-Yo in Carrollton

Photo by Jonathan Dockery One of the first stories ever covered by The City Menus was on November...

Residential and Commercial Space Available Along Tanner Street

Photo by Sam Duke Carrollton businessman Sam Duke is extremely happy for his project at 506 Tanner Street...

Small Business to Celebrate One Year Anniversary of Savvy Crafting

Owner Christy Davis (Photo Courtesy of Savvy Crafters) Vinyl craft store, Savvy Crafters will mark off its first...

New Commercial Development Planned for Chapel Hill Road

Photo by The City Menus Construction plans for a new commercial development were recently uncovered that include a...

Downtown Carrollton Drainage Improvement Project Underway

City Hall Avenue (Photo by Jonathan Dockery) Those navigating one of Carrollton’s downtown shortcut streets are running up...

Carrollton’s Furniture House Will Soon Say “Goodbye” After 38 Years

Courtesy of The Furniture House Any time a business announces an upcoming closure, someone is affected by it....

A Healthy Juice Bar Opens in Thomas Crossroads

Photo by Jonathan Dockery While it’s still blazing hot outside, a new spot for a cool down awaits....

Fastest Growing Carry-Out Cuisine Coming to Carrollton

Photo by Jonathan Dockery Formerly home of J & B’s Wings and Mister Robbins, the building located at...

Select Local Goods At Morgan’s Market

Photo(s) by Jonathan Dockery Throughout the years Coweta Greenhouses has expanded to almost twenty acres which focus on...