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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.

Population: 32812
Local Newspapers: The Douglas County Sentinel
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Zip Codes associated with douglasville, georgia: 30134 30135
Towns/Cities near douglasville, georgia : Lithia Springs Villa Rica Winston Austell Mableton

Douglasville News
Cooper: Remembering Vander R. Smith's first term as mayor

There's a chapter in my book, "Every Now and Then: The Amazing Stories of Douglas County," where I discuss Douglasville's first theater, the Kozytorium, built and opened in November 1914, where Fabiano's is located today. I thought it was time I discussed the man who built the theater a little bit more in depth.

BOC expected to set qualifying fees for 2018 elections

The Douglas County Board of Commissioners is expected to set a resolution for qualifying fees for the 2018 county elections during Monday's work session, for approval at Tuesday's voting meeting. The work session will be held Monday at 10 a.m. on the third floor in the commissioners' board room.

Cinco De Mayo relocating to Douglas Blvd.; Little Caesars, Woodstock Furniture opening new stores

Rashad Milligan/Douglas County Sentinel Woodstock Furniture & Mattress Outlet is coming to Douglas Boulevard in the old Douglasville Package Store building next to Dunkin' Donuts. Rashad Milligan/Douglas County Sentinel Cinco De Mayo Mexican Grill is relocating from its former spot on Highway 5 to this location on Douglas Boulevard near the MoJoBaS Fun Factory.

Gravley: Georgia needs in-state cultivation of medical cannabis

Efforts to establish the cultivation of medical cannabis within the state by some lawmakers encountered another bump in the road lately as this year's General Assembly gets underway. Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle, who is running for governor this year, expressed opposition to the cultivation of cannabis in the state during a recent visit to Douglasville.

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.

Snow and frigid temperatures shut down Douglas County

Special Photo/Brenda Mullins This hill on Cooper Street, just east of downtown Douglasville, was covered in slick snow and ice Wednesdday morning. Most roads in the county, including major thoroughfares like Chapel Hill Road and Highway 5, were in similar shape and law enforcement officials advised motorists to stay home.

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.

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.

Abrupt Sam's Club closing leaves questions, concerns for Lithonia, Stonecrest

While Walmart announced higher hourly wages, one-time bonuses and expanded parental benefits recently, prompting a cheer in the form of a Tweet from President Donald Trump, managers, associates and paid members of the Sam's Club on Turner Hill Road received a very different message: closed, effective immediately.

Frigid temps, snow in forecast

By the early hours of Wednesday morning, wind chill temperatures were expected to be near zero, possibly even dipping below zero, according to National Weather Service forecaster Kyle Thiem. The wind is expected to be blowing at 10-15 miles per hour with 20-30 mile per hour wind gusts.

Adams delivers keynote at Golden Memorial MLK tribute

Desmond Pennamon read a lesson from the Scriptures during the MLK, Jr. Day celebration at Golden Memorial UMC in Douglasville Monday morning. The Honorable Judge Cynthia Adams gave a powerful message directed at young people during an MLK Day celebration at Golden Memorial UMC asking, "Will the Next Martin Please Stand up?" In her presentation, she talked about the civil rights leader's famous "I Have a Dream" speech and that she, too, had a dream and encouraged young people to have a dream.

City may hire contractors for some garbage routes

In the last six years, there have been seven sanitation drivers who have alternated through the 'P.M' front load-service route, which is Sunday through Thursday from 3 a.m.-noon, according to Maintenance & Sanitation Director Greg Roberts. "The repeated issue we hear when drivers come and go is that they complain about the hours and they don't want to work at night," Roberts said.

Longtime DPD K-9 Krak retires

Special Photo/DPD Longtime Douglasville K-9 Krak is transistioning into retirement after serving as an officer for over five years. Special Photo/DPD Longtime Douglasville K-9 Krak is transistioning into retirement after serving as an officer for over five years.

Council looks at dates for referendum on TADs

During their committee meetings last Thursday, the Douglasville City Council discussed possible referendum dates for citizens to vote on whether to give the city the authority to establish Tax Allocation Districts to help fund the Downtown Master Plan. TADs, called tax increment financing in other states, allow the incremental property taxes generated by increased market values within the TAD boundary to be used for infrastructure improvements for a defined period of time.

Economist: Health of local economy is good

Dr. Joey Smith, professor and department chairman of economics at the University of West Georgia, presented the 2018 Economic Outlook at the Douglas County Chamber's January GreyStone Power Luncheon on Tuesday. Smith brought some positive economic news to Douglas County and surrounding west Georgia counties.

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.

Wind Chill Advisory Source: Weather Central

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