Getting a lot of attention before the November 5 General Election is a highly-contested gubernatorial race at the top of the ballot and some local races that are still up for grabs. However, there also is a very important race for a position that handles a multitude of tasks, especially with elections, and it is an open seat this year.
The decades-long tradition continued this past Sunday at the Carroll County Tabernacle in North Carrollton on the banks of the Big Sand Creek with the Fourth of July Community Worship Service. This year the Carrollton and North Carrollton United Methodist churches were presenting the service with Rev.
Sunday will be the Fourth of July Community Worship Service held at the Tabernacle near Big Sand Creek in North Carrollton. Rev. Keith Ramage pastor of North Carrollton Baptist Church will deliver the message.
Rev. Kenneth Talley, the minister of music at North Carrollton Baptist Church will lead the music.
Testing of fire hydrants through the municipalities of Carrollton and North Carrolton, along with painting and mapping of each hydrant, are top priorities of the Carrollton/North Carrollton Volunteer Fire Department (CNCVFD).
The grounds of Cotesworth had all the festive Southern charm Saturday for the Cruisin Cotesworth car show, with a little history to boot – history of the various automobiles on display.
CARROLLTON -- Carroll County Veterans Helping Veterans building influence in taking the organization to the next level was the topic at the Tuesday night monthly meeting. Pascagoula Mayor Dane Maxwell who serves on the White House Political Affairs Team and is a veteran himself was the guest speaker.
Veterans Helping Veterans had their first meeting at North Carrollton City Hall on Tuesday afternoon.
At the February board meeting of the North Carrollton Mayor and Board of Alderman, it was approved for the Veterans to use the board room for their monthly meeting the second Tuesday of each month at 6 pm.