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1 City (1990 pop. 16,029), seat of Carroll co., W Ga., on the Little Tallapoosa River; inc. 1897. Manufacturing includes fiber-optic cable, ropes, yarns, stainless-steel pipe, apparel, and prefabricated homes. The Univ. of West Georgia is there. 2 City (1990 pop. 82,169), Dallas and Denton counties., N Tex., a suburb of Dallas, in a rapidly growing area. The city's population nearly quadrupled from 1970 to 1990. Metal, plastic, and paper products; aircraft and auto parts; and electronic equipment are among the major products.
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Hough is the fifth generation of his family to lead the bank, which was founded by his great-great grandfather in Carrollton in 1877, and his banking career spans 50 years.
Carrollton Bancorp (NASDAQ: CRRB), the parent company of Carrollton Bank, has announced the appointment of Mark A Semanie as the senior vice president/chief financial officer effective January 4, 2010.
Nestled in the hills of north central Mississippi, Carrollton is a twelve-mile drive west of 1-55 on Highway 82 before turning onto Highway 35.
their usual neighborhood school including Irving/Las Colinas, Dallas, Carrollton, Farmers Branch, Addison and Coppell.
Carrollton Bancorp (NASDAQ:CRRB), the parent company of Carrollton Bank, has reported a net loss for the fourth quarter of 2009 of USD571,000, compared to a net loss of USD260,000 for the fourth quarter of 2008.
The company operates seven driving school locations located in Allen, Carrollton, Frisco, McKinney and Plano.
Ushers were Houston Sanders, Corey Neill, and Jon Neil, all of Carrollton. Attending the guest register was Amy Sanders of Nashville, Tennessee, and Melinda Sanders Alderman and Gwen Wolfe Neil, both of Carrollton.
A Carrollton native, Thornton joins to Mike Rozier Construction and Rozier Investments with over 15 years of financial services expertise.
The Lady Redskins found themselves traveling to face teams in the Carrollton Tournament much of the past week.