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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
GBI investigating Carrollton mayor

The Georgia Bureau of Investigation has received 40 files from the attorney for Carrollton Mayor Walt Hollingsworth as it tries to determine whether or not he steered certain city work toward his family business, Hollingsworth Concrete. GBI Region 2 Special Agent in Charge Fred Wimberly said Friday that former District Attorney Pete Skandalakis requested a preliminary investigation on Sept.

County residents show interest in bringing solar power to county

Hannes Gerhart, director of the Center of Sustainability at the University of West Georgia, said that solar makes up 1.2 percent of the energy in Georgia, which he said might sound like a lot, but it has been accomplished in just the last four years. "To me this seems like a no-brainer because the sun delivers more energy to planet Earth in one hour than what humanity can manage to consume in an entire year," said Gerhart, speaking Thursday at a town hall meeting on solar power.

What else can be said?

You can say I like to hear myself talk. It's genetic: I come from a family of talkers.

Mayor declares Cervical Health Awareness Month

Submitted Douglasville Mayor Rochelle Robinson presents Bylinda Foster of the West Atlanta Chapter for the National Cervical Cancer Coalition with a proclamation declaring the month of January 2018, as Cervical Health Awareness Month in the City of Douglasville. Submitted Douglasville Mayor Rochelle Robinson presents Bylinda Foster of the West Atlanta Chapter for the National Cervical Cancer Coalition with a proclamation declaring the month of January 2018, as Cervical Health Awareness Month in the City of Douglasville.

Traffic picks back up as road conditions improve

Crews work to repair a water main on Maple Street that broke Thursday due to the cold weather. The main broke while a construction crew was on site.

K-9 tracks down suspect in car theft

Michael Woodall, 28, stole a Lincoln Town Car at the RaceTrac on Concourse Parkway off of Highway 5 at approximately 10 a.m, according to Douglasville Police Maj. J.R. Davidson.

Worship through dance

While it is common to hear a song or sermon in today's church, there are congregations that find dance unusual. But this form of ministry is becoming more popular.

Marion "Doreen" Franklin

Mrs. Marion "Doreen" Franklin, age 96, formerly of Whitesburg, Georgia, and then residing in Carrollton, Georgia, died Wednesday, January 17, 2018. Doreen was born in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, on September 2, 1921, the daughter of Ernest Burt Peters and Laura Emmeline Ostrander Peters.

William - Billy' George Sanders

Mr. William "Billy" George Sanders, age 72, of Marietta, passed away on January 18, 2018. He was born on July 6, 1945 to his parents, George and Katherine "Katie" Sanders in Martin, TN.

Ice turns roads into danger zones

The Carrollton Bypass, which normally would be busy with traffic during the afternoon, was lightly traveled Wednesday. Patches of ice can be seen on the road.

Hayward's home away from Hollywood

Who's the most famous person who ever lived in Carrollton? Although she wasn't a native, Susan Hayward is easily our biggest celebrity. She was an Oscar-winning Hollywood icon who's flaming locks and cinnamon colored eyes captured the public's heart in the fifties.

Public records

Bond was set at $1,000. a Jasmine Joseph, 26, was charged with possession of marijuana less than an ounce and possession of a firearm during a crime.

Woman says alleged attacker was speaking in tongues

The suspect, Amanda Stovall, 44, of Carrollton was arrested for aggravated assault after choking the woman, police said. The incident occurred on Carroll Circle.

Prepared for bad weather

Carroll County Public Works had its trucks prepared Tuesday to be out on the roads today with snow and ice expected. Snow began falling last night around 7:15 in parts of the county, and the wind chill this morning was predicted to be around zero.

Tommy Goldin

Tommy C. Goldin, 84, of Carrollton, Georgia, passed away Friday, January 12, 2018, surrounded by his family. Mr. Goldin was born in Draketown, Georgia, November 14, 1933, the son of the late T. W. Goldin and Pearl Dean Goldin.

Linda Joyce McKinnon

Linda Joyce McKinnon, age 69, of Douglasville, GA, formerly of Tampa, FL, passed away on Monday, January 15, 2018. She was born August 31, 1948 in Jacksonsille, FL, daughter of the late Robert Eugene Waldrep and the late Mary H. Smith Waldrep.

A 'wonderful' way to celebrate MLK holiday

Derick T. Newton of Carrollton was one of the two grand marshals of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. parade in Carrollton on Monday. Nellie Duke also served as grand marshal.

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