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Carrollton is located in west central Georgia in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. The land once belonged to the Creek Indians and was incorporated in 1829. It was named for Charles Carroll, the last living signer of the Declaration of Independence. The town was featured in the 1983 Murder in Coweta County although no scenes were filmed in Carrollton. It was also mentioned in both the novel Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell and the movie of the same name. Southwire is the world's largest privately-owned manufacturer of wire and cable and is located in the city as well.

Population: 19843
Local Newspapers: Times Georgian West Georgian
Local Sports Teams: Atlanta Braves (MLB) Atlanta Hawks (NBA) Atlanta Falcons (NFL)
Local Colleges: University of West Georgia

Zip Codes associated with carrollton, georgia: 30116 30117 30180
Towns/Cities near carrollton, georgia : Whitesburg Roopville Bowden Mt Zion Waco Bremen Temple Villa Rica

Carrollton News
Villa Rica Jazz Festival to feature several performers

An eclectic mix of music, ranging from smooth jazz to flamenco and rocking ragtime, will fill the Mill Amphitheater in Villa Rica on Saturday for the West Georgia Jazz Festival. The free, rain-or-shine event will begin at 4 p.m. at The Mill amphitheater, located at 106 Temple St. Food and beverage vendors will also be on hand, as well as arts and crafts.

Mayfest grows to 175 vendors

Scott Ballentine discusses the qualities a search committee is looking for in its search for a new Carrollton Main Street director. Ballentine will be leaving the position following Mayfest to take a new position with the city.

Corbin praises Carroll County education and workforce

The commissioner of the Technical College System of Georgia spoke Thursday morning in Carrollton about the outlook of technical education in Georgia and the opportunities that local education systems and groups have provided students. "I get excited when I talk about Carroll County because when I go to other communities I say to them, 'have you looked at Carroll County?' because you are the discussion that is going on there," said Gretchen Corbin, speaking at the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce membership breakfast.

Carroll Daybook

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Glenda L. Yancey

Glenda L. Yancey, age 73, of Carrollton, passed away April 18, 2017. She was born May 31, 1943, in Carrollton, Georgia, to the late Joseph Fred Wilson and Bernice Gladney Wilson.

Woman killed in three-car collision

A Carrollton woman was killed and four people were injured Tuesday afternoon when one vehicle was struck by two others at the intersection of Highway 61 and Hickory Level Road in Villa Rica. Glenda Yancey was attempting to turn left onto Hickory Level when her 2008 Malibu was hit first by a 2003 Honda Pilot and then by a 2016 Infiniti Q60, according to Villa Rica police.

Report: Tanner contributes nearly $852 million to region's economy

Tanner Health System's economic impact to the region is more than $851.8 million in revenue for the local economy, according to a new report. In addition, Tanner incurred almost $34.5 million in uncompensated costs to provide indigent, charity, other free care and bad debt expenses to the residents in the health system's service area.

Student housing proposal in limbo

The developers planning The Willows, a "go-green" student housing complex, have withdrawn their application for the property to be annexed into the city of Carrollton. MAH Land of Georgia, LLC had also requested a variance that would allow them to build 8.23 residential units per acre on the property that is undeveloped at 385 Beulah Church Road.

Cuffed for a Cause: Officers to raise money for education, Special Olympics

Carrollton police officers and the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 35 are coming together with the Carrollton Special Olympics to raise money for the athletes and Carrollton City Schools to support the education opportunities of children with special needs. "What Cuffed for a Cause is police officers are cuffed to a treadmill till someone donates enough money to get them off," said Carrollton police Officer Eddie LeBlanc.

Cleo A. Willis

He was born in Dahlonega, Georgia, on November 23, 1927, the son of the late John Thomas Willis and the late Josie Magalene Turner Willis. He served in the United States Army during World War II and lived in this area most of his lifetime.

Officer's body camera refutes police brutality claim

Two Twitter videos that involved University of West Georgia students and the Carrollton Police Department purported to show possible police brutality, but a police body camera showed otherwise. The Twitter videos, posted by Ifu @Wordtomymuva__ and Kaven @877CashNow_, showed two females taken down by the Carrollton police officers, and viewers were given a notation of police brutality.

Resident upset with noise from Carrollton High

The superintendent of Carrollton City Schools is responding to complaints that the campus is breaking several noise ordinances and that it removed trees that served as a buffer between the schools and nearby homes. Those complaints are coming from Cathy Crosson, a Carrollton High graduate, who spoke at last week's Carrollton City Council meeting.

Elder Bobby Lee Clark

Elder Bobby Lee Clark, age 80, of Carrollton, Georgia, passed away on Friday morning, April 14, 2017, at Wellstar Paulding Hospital. He was born April 2, 1937, in Carroll County, Georgia, the son of the late George Comer Clark and the late Pearl Hendrix Clark.

GreenBelt completed: 'Carrollton did it right'

Ben Weber finishes the 5K run on the Hobbs Farm portion of the GreenBelt with his daughter, Ellie Weber. Volunteers gave out free flying discs to participants as they crossed the finish line at the disc golf course.

GreenBelt cycling is a wonderful ride

I am an avid runner. Actually, I am a plodder. Those speed days are long gone, but I enjoy getting out and running sections of the GreenBelt.

Carroll Daybook

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Weekly Arrest Reports

Heard County Sheriff, Ross Henry, has issued the following list of individuals arrested in Heard County including their various charges: Thomas Walton Hale, 46, South River Circle, Hogansville, GA 30230, arrested on 04/12/2017, charged with Driving on Suspended License. James Derrick Green, 32, Whooping Creek Road, Carrollton, GA 30116, arrested on 04/13/2017, charged with Driving on Suspended License, Tail Light Requirement, Driving While Unlicensed, No Insurance, No Registration, VGCSA and Tampering With Evidence.

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