Bike Summit Coming to Carrollton

Nearly 200 bicycle advocates, industry representatives, planners and elected officials will roll into Carrollton for the 2020 Georgia Bike Summit, September 18-19. “We are very excited to bring the 11th Annual Georgia Bike Summit to Carrollton,” said Georgia Bikes Executive Director Elliott Caldwell. “With the Bicycle Ride Across Georgia (BRAG) also coming to Carrollton this … Continue reading Bike Summit Coming to Carrollton

City to Hold Ward 1 Special Election

Notice is hereby given that, in accordance with O.C.G.A. § 21-2-540, a special election shall be held in the City of Carrollton to fill the unexpired term in the office of City Council Ward 1, caused by the resignation of Gerald Byrd. The special election will be held on May 19, 2020. Qualifying for the … Continue reading City to Hold Ward 1 Special Election

City Wins Award From Police Training Group

Carrollton hosted more than 150 officers from around the state when the Georgia Association of Law Enforcement Firearms Instructors’ 30th annual training conference was held here the week of September 23. The event is nicknamed “Train the Trainer” because instructors are taught current techniques, then carry that knowledge back to their agencies to train their … Continue reading City Wins Award From Police Training Group

Main Street Grant Helps Restore 118 Rome Street

With help from a Carrollton Main Street Downtown Beautification grant, Norton Properties founder and CEO, Jason Norton, recently completed a total renovation of the building at 118 Rome Street.  “This building is absolutely beautiful,” said Main Street’s board president, Faith Mallory Wright. “Jason and his team have done a wonderful job preserving the building’s historic … Continue reading Main Street Grant Helps Restore 118 Rome Street