The Carrollton Fire Department recently announced the following promotions: Allen English was promoted to Fire Chief, Bill Lambert was promoted to Deputy Fire Chief, Brian Daniel was promoted to Battalion Chief, Steve Daniel was promoted to Captain, Billy Paradise was promoted to Lieutenant and Joseph Sanders was promoted to Driver/Engineer.
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Carrollton appointed Allen English fire chief, succeeding Jimmy Bearden, who has retired after 42 years with the city. “Congratulations to Chief English,” said Mayor Betty Cason. “Our city is so fortunate to have such a qualified and experienced person take over the helm of the Fire Department. Allen exemplifies the department’s and the city’s dedication … Continue reading English is New Fire Chief
After proudly serving the citizens of Carrollton and Carroll County for 42 years, Fire Chief Jimmy Bearden retired, effective May 1. “The City of Carrollton Fire Department has been a great place to work and I’m proud that I’ve had the opportunity to help so many people in their time of need,” Chief Bearden said. … Continue reading Fire Chief Bearden Retires
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City of Carrollton officials held a ground breaking, April 13, for the new Fire Station 23 near Central High School. Work will begin soon and is expected to be completed by the end of the year.
Survival and recovery have taken CPD Sergeant Rob Holloway on a long journey in the year since he was injured in the line of duty, last April 12. Rob receives daily physical and occupational therapy to increase his flexibility, speech therapy to improve his talking and deductive reasoning and visual therapy that includes special glasses … Continue reading Catching Up: Sgt. Rob Holloway
With 44 years of service, Kay Parsons is the city’s longest-tenured employee. She is the Executive Assistant to the Office of the Chief of Police. Miss Kay, as she is known to her co-workers, started work at the PD in January of 1978. “I had been a victim of property theft and identity theft and … Continue reading Parsons Is City’s Longest Serving Employee
Over the next three years, the City of Carrollton will receive $550,000 from a Department of Justice grant to expand and enhance the Carroll County Crisis Response Team. The funding comes from the DOJ’s Connect and Protect: Law Enforcement Behavioral Health Responses program which supports law enforcement-behavioral health collaboration to improve public safety responses and … Continue reading City Gets Crisis Response Team Grant
City of Carrollton administrative offices will be closed Monday, January 17, 2022, in observance of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. All garbage will be picked up the day following your usual scheduled collection day. Visit NAACP Carroll County’s Facebook page for information about the 2022 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Parade: www.facebook.com/CarrollCountyNAACP.