Today, Saturday & Oct. 23–25
UPDATE (Friday, October 19, 2014 5:55 p.m.):
An overnight raid coordinated by the Troup County Sheriff's Office on Wednesday netted four women accused of running dens of prostitution in Troup County.
The Heard County Sheriff's Office is calling on a 28-year-old fugitive to turn himself in to law enforcement officers after being on the run for more than 24 hours in Heard County.
Georgia Department of Transportation Project Manager Adam Smith said the public hearing for the widening of Hamilton Road is now expected in April 2015.
A Bagley Street man reported an attempted home invasion at his home Wednesday night just before 11 p.m.
A repeat shoplifter was arrested at a Piggly Wiggly Wednesday night for allegedly attempting to steal a toothbrush.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning musical “A Chorus Line” kicks off LaGrange College's homecoming activities tonight at Price Theater. It will be presented at 7:30 p.m. through Saturday and Oct. 23-25. A 2:30 p.m. matinee will be...
TodayEvents: A bridge game is open to the public at 5:30 p.m. at Bellevue. Cost is $10 per person per month. 706-882-9655
A candidates forum for three state seats and the Troup County commission chairman is planned for 6 p.m. Monday inside West Georgia Technical College's Callaway Conference Center.
Leggin' it for Literacy to benefit Troup CLCP
Parking along Cotton Road may not be completely banned after LaGrange City Council agreed to proceed with the police department's recommendation to prohibit parking in certain areas on the road.
Kia has launched a program on mechanical electrical maintenance that it hopes it can expand to local colleges as part of its effort to expand qualified workers in the community.
LaGrange police are investigating a robbery that occurred this morning in broad daylight in the 700 block of South Greenwood Street.
With cold and flu season getting under way, a new form of an old virus is hitting some people hard, especially young children.
LaGrange Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity recently held its annual Little Miss Krimson and Kreme Pageant as part of its local scholarship drive.
New details have emerged in the death of a factory worker that occurred Oct. 7, at the sprawling Kia Motors Manufacturing Georgia facility in West Point.
A residence on the 500 block of Alford Street was destroyed by a fire Thursday and the incident is under investigation by LaGrange Police and Fire departments. No one was injured or inside the residence during the fire.
West Point Mayor Drew Ferguson presented a proclamation Monday to retiring President and CEO of Greater Columbus Chamber of Commerce, Mike Gaymon at the city council meeting.
Family seeking help with medical costs
The Return, considered one of the top The Beatles tribute bands in the country, will be featured in a free concert Friday night as part of LaGrange College's homecoming festivities.
Early voting for the Nov. 4 general election began Monday and is available at the Troup County Government Center on Ridley Avenue.
One of the keys to bringing more jobs to Troup County is having a motivated and credentialed workforce.
After more record heat over the weekend, more-seasonable temperatures are on the way for Troup County.