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Join Hot 107.9’s Reec and the Hotshots on MLK Weekend for a Celebrity B-Ball Game #GameAgainstViolence January 18, 2020 From 3:00pm to 6:00pm Stewart Middle School, 8138 Malone St. Douglasville, GA 30134 Admission: Free or Small Monetary Donation B’Ball Team: Hot107.9 vs Beanee D-Ville Squad Hot Coach/Player: Reec (Hot 107.9) D-Ville Coach: Coach Forest Play-by-play calls […]
Douglasville residents were thrilled to see a change in the political makeup of their small, rural city last week when Rochelle Robinson was elected mayor, making her both the first female and the first Black politician to hold the seat,
A Douglas County judge has sentenced Emanual Boykins to life in prison with the possibility of parole for the November 2010 stomping death of teen Bobby Tillman. Boykins received the life sentence after pleading guilty. He would be eligible for parole after serving 30 years. Tillman was beaten to death in front of a Douglasville […]
One of the teens involved in the vicious assault that killed 18-year-old Bobby Tillman at a Douglasville house party last November has agreed to plead guilty to murdering him, reports the AJC.com. Emanuel Boykins, the 18-year-old who threw the first punch that started the random, fatal attack on Tillman, has agreed to plead guilty to […]
The four teens accused in the beating death of Bobby Tillman all say they’re innocent, and a couple sent condolences to his family in a jailhouse interview.
Bobsledder Elana Meyers of Douglasville heard a scream as she and driver Erin Pac crossed the finish line. “I didn’t know what was going on,” said Meyers, 25. “I thought something was wrong at first. It was incredible. And then I figured out she was screaming — and it was a good scream.”
Recent encounters with <strong>coyotes</strong> within <strong>Douglasville</strong> have alarmed some Douglasville City Council members. “They’re running rampant in the city,” exclaimed <strong>Councilman John Schildroth</strong> during a recent legislative work session.<!--more-->