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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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Notable African-Americans focus of 'Heart and Soul' exhibit
A stellar group of African-Americans athletes, authors, musicians and more are being featured now through March 17 as part of the "Heart and Soul" exhibit at the Douglas County Museum of History and Art.Logan's Roadhouse closing doors Sunday
An employee at the store confirmed to the Sentinel that the store is closing. The employee said Logan's was not renewing its lease and that the move is a "corporate decision."Annie Ruth Webb Hudson
Annie Ruth Webb Hudson, 88, of Douglasville Georgia, passed away on February 14, 2018. She was born in Anniston, Alabama on January 3, 1930.Meet Ken Shigley, candidate for Georgia Court of Appeals
His rural childhood home was a modest cement block two bedroom, but full of love. His dad and uncle, WWII combat veterans, built it on weekends one pickup truck load of materials per payday.Hearing set on opening two Douglas County streets to trucks
Douglas County is considering allowing trucks to use two roads now off-limits to them after the recent closure of a railroad crossing in Douglasville.Treatment program gives woman new lease on L.I.F.E.
Tears of joy filled the ballroom at Sutton Hall in Douglasville on Monday night as 13 young women celebrated taking one more step on the road to recovery as Recovery Unlimited hosted its Living in Freedom Everyday annual graduation. Directed by Gerald Rhett and Gabrielle Johnson, Recovery Unlimited takes in a group of women for typically six months where everyone meets for five days a week and three hours a day for drug treatment.County officials respond to school shooting in Florida
Douglas County Schools Superintendent Trent North said that while the school system is on heightened alert following Wednesday's shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, that left 17 people dead and many others injured, he doesn't want school system to overreact, but to always be precautionary. "Our hearts and prayers go out to the students and families of Broward County in this tragic time of grief and sorrow," said North.Teens accused of attacking man and woman
Alliyah Stephens-Brodie, 19, and Nadia Young, 19, were both arrested Tuesday by the Douglasville Police Department after authorities say the two people were assaulted at an apartment on West Stewart Mill Road. Young and Marlon Wells, 20, have a child together and are still married although they don't live together.Bobbie Davis Mallett
Ms. Bobbie Davis Mallett, age 86, of Douglasville, GA passed away Tuesday, February 13, 2018. She was born January 23, 1932 in Tallahassee, FL.Mattie Imojean Minter Nichols
Mrs. Mattie Imojean Minter Nichols, 81, of Lithia Springs, Georgia passed away Wednesday, February 14, 2018. She was born November 23, 1936 in Rome, Georgia, the daughter of the late Mr. Robert Herman Minter and the late Mrs. Bessie Bell Lane Minter.High-speed chase fails to catch Douglasville purse-snatching crew
Douglasville police are warning about fast-moving thieves snatching purses from female motorists' vehicle after an officer recently pursued one suspect at high speeds on I-20 into Atlanta.Man accused of pawning stolen items denied bond
A man who allegedly pawned items in Douglasville that were stolen while he was working inside of homes in Carroll County throughout the last three months was denied bond in Douglas County Magistrate Court Friday morning. Evans had a job where he worked inside of homes to do flooring work and therefore had access to residents' personal property, according to Douglasville Police Capt.Groups coming together at Hunter Park to celebrate Arbor Day
Find out how to protect your trees from pesky insect infestation at an Arbor Day Celebration Thursday, Feb. 15 from noon to 4:30 p.m. in the Ike Owings Building at Hunter Park. There will be vendors and demonstrations during the afternoon and a beginner bonsai class at noon.Douglas County Lions Club delivers on Valentine's Day
Members of the Douglas County Lions Club will be delivering flowers today on the busiest day of the year for florists -- Valentine's Day. The club members will be making deliveries for Frances Florist, while generating funds for club service projects.Theft of purses leads to high-speed chase
Douglasville police are looking for a suspect they believe stole purses from victims pumping gas at two Douglas County stations Sunday morning. This photo shows the first theft at the Murphy Oil on Thornton Road at 10:30 a.m. The same suspect, who was driving a new Kia Sorento SUV with drive-out tags, is believed to have committed the same crime at the RaceTrac on Highway 5 later Sunday morning.Douglasville Police Chase Feb. 11, 2018
The Douglasville Police Department released this video of a high-speed police chase. The chase started after a person in a silver SUV entered a vehicle at the RaceTrac on Highway 5 Sunday at 11:55 a.m. and stole the woman's purse while she pumped gas.Purse Theft at Murphy Oil Feb. 11, 2018
The Douglasville Police Department released this video of a felony entering auto at the Murphy Oil on Thornton Road at 10:30 a.m. Sunday and stole a woman's purse while she pumped gas. Police believe the same suspect committed a similar crime at the RaceTrac on Highway 5 around 11:55 a.m. Sunday.
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