Police, fire and sheriff's departments from across Troup County saw their members honored on Tuesday for going well beyond the call of duty.
Police: Intoxicated woman, boyfriend involved in altercationPolice responded to a Bell Street residence Tuesday night after a complaint about an intoxicated woman and an altercation.
The board of directors of the THINC College and Career Academy is hoping to raise up to $1 million fund all its “grand plan” for projects for the facility at West Georgia Technical College.
Students are seeing a big change in school meals this year after the implementation of new, more health-conscious federal guidelines, school system officials said.
An armed robber, a drug dealer and more than a dozen others pleaded guilty to their charges Monday in Troup County Superior Court, and asked presiding Judge Dennis Blackmon for mercy.
Gun shots draw police to south LaGrange, man arrestedMore shots rang out on the streets of LaGrange early this morning in the area of Carver and Tower streets, in the south east quadrant of the city.
LaGrange firefighters are trading in their hoses for boots this week to show their support for the Muscular Dystrophy Association.
West Point City Council voted Monday to keep the millage rate the same as last year to avoid raising taxes on residents.
A yearly mammogram saved Wanda Lowe's life in August 2001.
Since 2010 the Hogansville Tower Trail has continued to see growth with extensions into the city's downtown area.
ATLANTA — S. Truett Cathy, the billionaire founder of the privately held Chick-fil-A restaurant chain that famously closes on Sundays but also drew unwanted attention on gay marriage in recent years because of his family's conservative...
Two Auburn Avenue residents were charged with disorderly conduct Sunday after LaGrange police responded to a domestic dispute.
Photo essay.Runners sprinted from the starting line of the Gold Rush 5K fun run in downtown LaGrange on Saturday morning.The fun run was held to raise awareness for childhood cancer and to raise money to fund research.
Emmaus Women's Shelter former director Kay Elam's phone has been a lot more quiet at night since her retirement from the shelter last month.
It's approaching that time of year when for one day, ninth grade Troup County students go through a “maze” based on the good and bad decisions they may make.
Reporter's Note: This story chronicles my ride along with the LaGrange Police Department on Aug. 28.
Jesus said, in what we call the great invitation, “Come to Me, all you who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Take My yoke upon you and learn from Me, for I am gentle and lowly in heart, and you will find rest for your souls.
Weekly Bible studiesEagle's Nest Cathedral, 1306 E. 10th St. in West Point, 10:30 a.m. Tuesday and 7 p.m. Wednesday.
Melissa Hardnett-Russell's Callaway Avenue home is filled with neatly arranged family photos, polished wood furniture and blankets draped over soft, overstuffed couches. The home is filled — but something is missing: her...
They set a lofty goal, but the United Way of West Georgia is counting on it's partnering agencies and the community to achieve it.
The LaGrange Callaway Airport and airport manager Chad Traylor are set to shoot the local airport into the stratosphere.
West Point City Council is expected to vote on a zoning ordinance change that would allow ATMs on non-bank property in a certain zone.
Two Alabama men were arrested by Hogansville police on Tuesday after an officer found nine pounds of suspected marijuana in their vehicle, according to a press release.
A landmark restaurant will close its doors today after three and a half years of serving buffet-style country cooking to the people of LaGrange.
The 24th annual Chili Cook Off is just around the corner, and it's time for those who want to enter their chili in the Halloween-time event to start signing up.