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Designated one of the fastest growing cities in the state of Georgia Douglasville was established in 1875 by the Georgia General Assembly. Today the city is home to Arbor Place Mall and the Douglas County Aquatic Center that includes both an indoor heated pool and an outdoor saltwater pool. The downtown area is listed as a Nationally Registered Historic Place due to its example of turn-of-the-century southern railroad towns. Oprah Winfrey is said to be a part time resident of the city.
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Coyote spotted in downtown Douglasville
A coyote was spotted early Saturday afternoon along Club Drive next to the AT&T facility in downtown Douglasville. Douglas County Animal Control Manager Frances McMillan advises residents to avoid the wild animals and to watch out for small pets like cats and dogs.Page, McIntosh split Senoia Southern Nationals wins
A pair of home state speedsters scored victories for the Schaeffer's Oil Spring Nationals Dirt Late Model Series at Georgia's Senoia Raceway over the weekend. Michael Page of Douglasville, Georgia captured his first career series victory on Friday, while Donald McIntosh of Dawsonville, Georgia took top honors on Saturday night.Police searching for carjacking suspect who allegedly targeted elderly man
Police are searching for a violent carjacking suspect who is believed to have targeted an elderly man in Douglas County. Douglasville Police say Donta Everett Thomas waited in the back seat of the 83 year-old man's vehicle at a Publix location off Highway 5 or Bill Arp Road in Douglasville.Crime Beat: Men arrested for rape, child molestation
Robert James Spurgeon, 19, was arrested on March 13 after an incident took place on Pine Knotch Drive in Douglasville, according to the Douglas County Sheriff's Office incident report. Spurgeon allegedly performed "an indecent act upon the person a under the age of 16 years old," according to the report.Dining in Douglas: 20 BarWest and Grille goes beyond simplicity
Poseidon's Triton is one of the most popular items on the menu. It features crab legs, lobster tail, crawfish and shrimp over a bed of rice.DCSS employees may get 2% raises
According to Greg Denney, chief financial officer for the Douglas County School System, it looks hopeful that its employees will get a 2 percent pay increase next year.Maria Isabel - Perez' Lopez
The family will receive friends on Sunday, March 26, 2017 from 2-9 p.m. at Hightower's Memorial Chapel in Douglasville.Women use each other to file false insurance claims
Douglas County authorities have issued warrants for two metro Atlanta women who they said committed insurance fraud by filing false automobile insurance claims. The state department of insurance said 31-year-old Jenea Daniel and 52-year-old Dianne Kirk are the two women who cheated two insurance companies out of more than $21,000.Earla Stewart
Earla Stewart died February 28, 2017 under the care of Pruitt Health Hospice at Brookhaven. She was born on March 10, 1926 in Watkinsville, GA to the late Earle Monroe and Eunice Thornton Poulnot.Sales tax increasing to 7% as new SPLOST takes effect April 1
Douglas County shoppers and travelers passing through the county can expect to spend an extra penny on every dollar for taxable purchases beginning April 1. On Nov. 8, 2016 the citizens of Douglas County voted for and approved a 1-cent Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax . The SPLOST will go into effect on April 1 What this means is that shoppers in Douglas County will pay an additional 1 cent on every dollar for purchases.TEDxDOUGLASVILLE:: Bethel's TED Talk will focus on helping students choose careers
Casey Bethel, a New Manchester High School teacher, the 2017 Georgia Teacher of the Year and a published scientist, will be back in his home element when he gives one of six TED Talks at Saturday's final TEDxDouglasville event at Douglas County High School. Bethel has a list of achievements that make him worthy of bring chosen for the talk, including being a finalist for Life Changer of the Year; a teacher of AP Biology and Physics; an adjunct professor for freshman biology Kennesaw State University and Strayer University; and the 2015 nomination for the Presidential Award of Excellence in Math and Science Teaching.Suspect sought in carjacking at Highway 5 Publix
Douglasville police are looking for a suspect in a carjacking in the parking lot at the Publix on Highway 5 in broad daylight Wednesday afternoon. Maj. J.R. Davidson said police are looking for a suspect identified as 21-year-old Donta Everett Thomas, who is accused of carjacking and assaulting an elderly victim.Nation-Now 17 mins ago 12:05 a.m.3-year-old steals Pope's hat and it's awesome
Three-year-old Estella had arrived in Rome the day before, jet-legged and tired. The toddler must have been a bit bewildered when her parents and godfather were up before dawn waiting in line to see a man dressed all in white.Villa Rica hotel-motel tax bill awaits Deal signature
A bill to increase Villa Rica's hotel-motel tax to 8 percent is awaiting the signature of Gov. Nathan Deal. The excise tax is designed to boost the revenues generated from guests staying at Villa Rica's inns, allowing the city to increase its spending on tourism related projects - and thus attract even more visitors to the city.Citizens air concerns about trucks at city park
In an unexpected turn at Monday's regular Douglasville City Council meeting, several citizens asked the council to look at a previous item during the tail end of their meeting. However, the item in question, which would allow heavy trucks to pass through Jessie Davis Park, was approved by a 3-2 count under the Planning and Development Committee on March 14 and not the full city council.City council discusses project at Robinson Building
Douglasville Mayor Rochelle Robinson and the city council oversaw the Citizen's Academy inaugural graduation, which featured 17 Douglasville citizens who participated in the program over the course of eight weeks. The Douglasville City Council began their city council committee meeting Monday with the staff report and discussion with an applicant applying to receive funds with the Georgia Department of Community Affairs Downtown Development Revolving Loan fund.New tax commissioner touts $4.5M in delinquent collections
New Douglas County Tax Commissioner Greg Baker gave a presentation to the Douglas County Board of Commissioners during Monday's work session, citing total tax collections of over $4.5 million from delinquent real parcels and personal property parcels for school, city and county taxes over a period of Jan. 1 through March 17, 2007. The totals include personal property taxes of $570,805 from 386 tax bills collected; and real property of over $3.9 million from 3,514 tax bills collected, he said.
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