After a banner 2019, Fifth Group Restaurants was humming along in March when the COVID-19 pandemic forced the Atlanta-based company to shut down.
A Paulding county mom took matters in her own hands after her special needs daughter was rejected from local cheer gyms and helped create Paulding County Shining Stars, a cheer squad for special needs athletes.
Darnell Isaiah Priester of Dallas has been sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole for the 2017 murder of Paulding athlete, 18-year-old Tommy Robinson.
School board member Jason Anavitarte and former Dallas mayor Boyd Austin have qualified to run as a Republican for State Senate in District 31.
An upcoming event that features a race and obstacle course is coming back to Paulding County to challenge the endurance of attendees.
Seventy-seven year old Earl Curtis Weems of Dallas was arrested and charged with aggravated assault following a domestic-related shooting Feb. 11.
The cities of Dallas and Douglas were recently recognized by Gov. Brian Kemp for their efforts to successfully implement their local comprehensive plans.
Both cities in Paulding give summaries of their budgets and make their councils’ future meeting agendas easily accessible to the public.
Paulding motorists who believe they are sharing the road with more construction traffic lately have city and county government statistics from the past two years to back them up.
A Dallas police officer shot a man carrying a fake gun on the Silver Comet Trail in Paulding County on Wednesday, according to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation.
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation will investigate a Dallas officer's shooting of a man who reportedly pointed an air rifle at him on the Silver Comet Trail Wednesday.
When Katie Deal decided to step back from the world of theater, she had no idea that just one year later, she would be back in the spotlight.
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation is investigating an officer-involved shooting of a 25-year-old man who allegedly attempted to use his vehicle to run over two Dallas police officers as he fled from them during an investigation Saturday night.
Paulding County residents can now go to the Georgia Department of Driver Services (DDS) building in Dallas for all state licensing services except road tests, a department news release said.
A concert series and two festivals — one honoring a major historical event — will be among events in upcoming weeks in Douglas and Paulding counties.
A Saturday of daytime festivities and nighttime entertainment is coming to downtown Dallas. It will be a chance for Paulding County residents to have fun while benefiting a local organization.
Arrest warrants have been issued for a Dallas man after a hit-and-run crash on Hiram Acworth Highway left another man dead.
More open communication and transparency between school officials and parents and more spending on technology and teacher assistants were among candidates’ plans for Paulding school board positions up for election May 24.
Debates in political races ranging from coroner to congressman are scheduled for Monday, April 25, and Wednesday, April 27, at Chattahoochee Technical College's Paudling campus.
A man who entered a Woodstock home via a “doggie door” Wednesday was arrested and charged with burglary after he was apprehended naked while trying to “wash his clothes, use the Wi-Fi and shower,” police reports said.
A company seeking to bring commercial airline service to Paulding County’s airport is asking a federal judge to rule if the facility’s operating board was authorized in 2012 to sign a contract with the company and seek federal approval for commercialization without county commission approval.
The public is invited to join families, friends and survivors of Southern Airways Flight 242 for an annual Memorial Service and Survivors’ Reunion hosted by New Hope Memorial Flight 242, Inc. Saturday, April 2, 2016 at 11:30 a.m. at New Hope First Baptist Church in Dallas, a news release stated.
GreyStone Power's Board of Directors recently approved a rate decrease effective on bills beginning April 1 that will reduce bills for most customers.