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  1. Paulding industrial development agency OKs land deal for new business park Paulding County’s Industrial Building Authority is buying land to develop a new business park near Ga. Hwy. 92 in Hiram as it works to complete a deal to sell a site to a tire maker in west Dallas. The building authority has agreed to buy a 127-acre tract on Bill Carruth Parkway at Laird Road in Hiram for development of a park, said authority director Robert Crouse. Crouse did not disclose the price but said it was “reasonable” and will allow it to compete for buyers without taking a loss. The site is about a half-mile west of Carruth Parkway’s intersection with Ga. Hwy. 92, also known as Hiram-Douglasville Highway. GDOT is widening and rebuilding Hwy. 92 between Hiram and Douglasville which will give southeast Paulding County — including the building authority’s site — and western Cobb County quicker access to I-20. “That is some really prime property,” Crouse said. He said the building authority is “going to try to be frugal” with the money it received earlier this year from the sale of Atlanta Film Studios.
  2. This came up in my feed from Wally world. I just had to click through to see the man modeling this dress. When I clicked this link and checked the side and back views I was in for a surprise.
  3. An explosion and fire has been reported on May drive in East Paulding net to Marriotti Auto. Does anyone have any more details about what caused the explosion?
  4. Is anyone else going to cover their plants Thursday and maybe Friday night? I checked the forecast and I think I will cover mine. The 10 day shows no more low temps for at least that long. I want to continue to enjoy my blooms especially some of the tropical plants..
  5. Cobb doctors blamed for man's death, Kaiser Permanente settles with widow The widow of a 25-year-old man who died in February 2016 of testicular cancer has received a confidential payout from Kaiser Permanente, as a settlement in her wrongful death lawsuit against the national health provider and two of its physicians. Alabama resident Courtney Stephens, who used to live with her husband Ryan Stephens in Paulding County, claimed two doctors at Kaiser Permanente’s West Cobb Medical Center in Austell neglected to perform standard tests on her late husband, leading to his cancer going undiagnosed for over six months and his subsequent death. Her lawsuit against Drs. Audra Ford and Barry Mason as well as Kaiser Permanente was filed in the State Court of Fulton County on Oct. 16, 2017.
  6. That is why I mentioned the dogs behavior.
  7. Paulding County offering deal to encourage Costco to finalize store site purchase. Paulding County will spend a half-million dollars to help develop the future site of big-box retailer Costco as part of the government’s effort to encourage the retailer to build a new store near Dallas. The Paulding County Board of Commissioners voted Tuesday, Oct. 22, for development agreements with Costco and a Woodstock-based company from which the retailer is nearing a purchase of 21 acres on Ga. Hwy. 120, also known as Charles Hardy Parkway, in Dallas. The county’s contribution to the project will be taken from its budget reserves and total about $510,000 for road and sewer system improvements and installation of traffic signal equipment, officials said. It will not be done if Costco does not complete the purchase it has been negotiating with Woodstock-based 1260 Airport Drive LLC since 2018, the agreements stated. According to the county’s development agreement, 1260 Airport Drive has the planned store site “under contract” with Costco — which typically means the seller has accepted the buyer’s offer but the sale is not yet completed.
  8. Paulding Defendant Sentenced to Two Consecutive Life Sentences for 2002 Double Murder On September 27th 2019, Paulding Superior Court Judge T. David Lyles sentenced Andrew Shadrix to the maximum punishment possible for the 2002 murder of Jeffrey Jackson and Shad English. In September of 2002, Jeffrey and Shad were shot to death; their bodies were put in the trunk of a car and driven to Fulton County. An extensive investigation was conducted by multiple law enforcement agencies but no charges were brought at the time of the murder. Following new leads, Deputies with the Paulding County Sheriff’s Office working with the Paulding County District Attorney’s Office, took up the investigation. These efforts resulted in the Defendant giving a full confession. The 2002 sentencing provisions do not allow for a sentence of life without the possibility of parole. At the sentencing hearing, the State, through Chief Assistant District Attorney Matthew Rollins, requested the maximum punishment possible and Judge Lyles agreed. Andrew Shadrix was sentenced to two consecutive life sentences. This means that the second life sentence will not start until after the first. While we can never bring back the victims of this senseless act of violence, we hope that this brings some level of closure to the victim’s families. We would like to thank the Paulding County Sheriff’s Office, the Atlanta Police Department, the Fulton County Medical Examiner’s Office, the Cobb County Police Department, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation for the hard work and dedication they have shown in this case.
  9. 2 more local businesses have made themselves available as a drop off for food for Helping Hands Matt Mason Agency Farmers Insurance. They are conveniently located if you are traveling 120 or Macland rd. They are just a mile from the Dallas Walmart. Our very own I Luv my Geek. He is conveniently located in New Hope behind the Publix and across from Rodneys Bar-bq. As always donations are being accepted at Penney family Chiropractic next to the Ingles in Dallas. They are open until 7pm Mon-Fri.
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    The irony

    I just had to share this. A company with the word as in it's name takes issue with a picture of a prospective employee having a bikini picture on her Instagram. They not how unprofessional it is to have a picture like that on her account. Try walking into a church and telling them you have found them a marketing company with kickass as part of their company name. But as she was scrolling through the company's Instagram story, Clow said she saw a photo of herself in a red two-piece bathing suit with a warning message to potential applicants. "PSA (because I know some of you applicants are looking at this) do not share your social media with a potential employer if this is the kind of content on it. I am looking for a professional marketer - not a bikini model," it read. Another message on the photo read: "Go on with your bad self and do whatever in private. But this is not doing you any favors in finding a professional job." Kickass Masterminds describes itself as a consulting firm that specializes in "rigorously curated and professionally facilitated structured mastermind groups."
  11. I have another business that is going to start collecting this week. Let me know when you want to pick up and so I can give Frank a heads up.
  12. PAULDING COUNTY, Ga. - Hiram police are looking for a missing child. Danielle Vinett, 13, is 5 feet, 3 inches tall and weighs 110 pounds. She was last seen wearing a black-and white-striped shirt, blue jeans and sneakers, according to Paulding County Sheriff's Office officials. Vinett is with an unknown man and woman, they said. Anyone with information about her whereabouts should call 911 or the Hiram Police Department immediately.
  13. Deputies in Paulding County are searching for missing 22-year-old woman. Relatives tell investigators they lost all contact with Laura Kate Wilson about two weeks ago. Deputies said she has ties to Paulding, Hall, and Cherokee counties. Wilson is described by deputies as being 5 feet tall, weighing about 115 pounds, with brown hair, and blue eyes. She has three tattoos. One is "Gracie May" on her collar bone, she has an "Aries" symbol on her right forearm, and a diamond shape on one of her ankles. Anyone who sees her is asked to call 911 immediately or the Paulding County Sheriff's Office Criminal Investigations Division at 770-443-3015.
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