Here are the headlines of the week that was:
lasted nearly seven hours and resulted only in the man sustaining a self-inflicted gunshot wound. We’ll follow up on the story this week.
Paulding County Schools last week as the system . Parents and community members , and we’ll be covering live one of the hearings.
In more school news, on Thursday we brought to you live coverage of the . This school year could be its last for the elementary school .
Hiram’s Sunday sales of alcohol began today following . It came to allow for such sales.
In other city council news, Chris Carter is now serving on the Dallas City Council . We brought you .
The American Legion Riders of Post 111 recently became the first Riders chapter in the country to receive a nationally recognized charter. We brought you .
Patch last week launched the , in which a home somewhere in the country deemed best dressed for the holidays will win the local school system $100,000. Of course, we want it to be Paulding County Schools, so we hope .
Speaking of the holidays, we brought you video from last weekend’s and the .
A strike against the came . Learn more about .
In sports, for the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association's Georgia North-South High School All-Star Game, to be played Dec. 30 in Columbus.
A local nonprofit, CASA Paulding, sent us a Letter to the Editor on . If you represent a nonprofit in Dallas or Hiram, we invite you to write a Letter to the Editor telling us how the community can help your organization this holiday season, either by volunteering, donating items or making that last-minute contribution for tax purposes before the end of the year. Send your letter, or questions, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our latest Small Business Q&A took . Do you want your business featured? Send an email to email@example.com.
Our weekly features included these stories:
was the latest to be featured in our historic home series.
Our latest was on New Year’s Eve. .
The most recent food scores show that an Acworth eatery in Paulding earned a B. .
That’s it for this time. We hope to have you just as many headlines this week. Thanks for reading.