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UWG fraternity or just a club?

The Alpha Nu Phi house, which is located across from campus, is constantly mistaken as one of the UWG fraternities due to its given name. The Greek letters ANF stands for A Non Fraternity.   “People do compare us to UWG fraternities...

 

Local restaurant files application to sell alcoholic beverages

Rocky’s Pizza, located at 1027 Maple St. Suite A, has filed an application to sell alcoholic beverages on the premises as a limited pouring license restaurant.   “We applied for a beer and wine pouring license,” said Rocky Capobianco,...

 

Who needs the luck of the Irish when you have the Pub?

The Irish Bred Pub will host its 11th annual St. Patrick’s Day party on Mar. 17 and 18. Unlike past years, the party will be a two day event as opposed to one day and will take place on a Friday and Saturday. This gives people the opportunity...

 

Dinner at the Marrero’s Becomes a New Tradition for some at UWG

Dinner at the Marrero’s Becomes a New Tradition for some at UWG

A group of University of West Georgia students have memories that will last a lifetime after having dinner with the university’s President, Dr. Kyle Marrero and his family. Sunday, Feb. 26, the University of West Georgia Blue Coats were able...

 

Carroll County Animal Shelter Labelled a Non-Kill Shelter

As of Jan. 2017, the Carroll County Animal Shelter is now considered a no kill shelter. This means that the shelter has maintained a live-release rate of 90 percent or more for at least three months.  Sarah lumpkin, the Adoption and Volunteer...

 

Bottoms up: Carrollton’s first brewery set to open

Bottoms up: Carrollton’s first brewery set to open

Carrollton’s first craft brewery, Printers Ale Manufacturing Company, is set to open next month. Located on Columbia Drive, the Brewery shares a building with Printed Specialties Inc, a company that has been in Carrollton since the early 1980’s. 30...

 

Rising film director showcases talent at Georgia State

Rising film director showcases talent at Georgia State

  Rising film director Erika Anderson showcased her talent in the Campus Movie Fest (CMF) on Monday, Feb. 13. CMF, which is the  World’s largest student film festival, was hosted at Georgia State University. Contestants...

 

An Exhibit on a Civil Rights Activist

An Exhibit on a Civil Rights Activist

The Jackie Robinson exhibit is on display in the lobby of Ingram Library. Opening on Feb. 20 and concluding on Friday, March 17. The exhibit showcases Robinson’s life, courage and triumphs in his athletic career, while also focusing on the...

 

Pita Pit prepares for grand opening

   Carrollton’s Pita Pit, located on Adamson Square beside Max & Henry’s, is currently in the final stages of construction and is set for its grand opening on March 6.   Pita Pit is an international chain which originated...

 

City Station

A new community center, City Station, is soon to be added to the Carrollton Community by the local Southern Hills Christian Church. The community center will be open to the public seven days a week and will offer many different resources for...

 
 
 
 

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