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Local opens fogging business to kill Covid-19

It’s not the Ghostbuster’s team but it does resemble them. Local entrepreneur Pattie Harrelson recently began fogging businesses and homes, ridding them of COVID-19, the ... Read more

8 months ago by Jenna Eady.

Local opens clothing store to inspire others

With tears in his eyes, Brandon Todd accomplished a lifelong dream over the weekend. Todd opened his clothing store The Mind Clothing on Main Street ... Read more

1 year ago by Jenna Eady.

Main Street Market in Hogansville opens for business

Main Street Market has officially opened its doors in downtown Hogansville. Main Street Market offers a variety of items including meats, cheeses, milk, honey, eggs, ... Read more

1 year ago by Jenna Eady.

LaGrange Art Museum resumes regular hours after 8-week closure

The doors are open again at the LaGrange Art Museum after an eight-week closure. Read more

1 year ago by Jenna Eady.

Some dining rooms remain closed despite order, take out options remain

As restaurants begin to offer limited dine-in services on Monday, Troup County leaders met again to discuss Gov. Brian Kemp’s executive order about how certain ... Read more

1 year ago by Dustin Duncan.

Students give back through video game tournament

Typically, around this time of the year, the LaGrange College sports management club students are busy working events with NASCAR, Atlanta Falcons, Atlanta United and ... Read more

1 year ago by Jenna Eady.

Specific businesses open for first time in a month in LaGrange

By: Dustin Duncan and Jenna Oden Jimmy Vo spent much of Friday performing a manicure, answering phones, booking appointments and making sure anybody who walked ... Read more

1 year ago by FROM STAFF REPORTS.

Downtown LaGrange Development Authority creates website to feed front line workers

Troup County residents now have a convenient way to help frontline workers. Read more

1 year ago by Dustin Duncan.

Tilley takes the helm at Visit LaGrange

Visit LaGrange’s Kathy Tilley is settling into her new role as president. Although different than she imagined due to the shelter-in-place order, her first few weeks ... Read more

1 year ago by Jenna Eady.

Gyms, hair and nail salons ready to open for business again on Friday

Some businesses ordered to close by Gov. Brian Kemp at the beginning of the month will start operating again on Friday but with some guidelines ... Read more

1 year ago by Dustin Duncan.

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