Cairo City Council members haven't yet decided what to do with the vacant train depot located in the heart of downtown Cairo, but the first step in converting the building to a new purpose will be to gutted...
Two new patrol officers are slated to begin work with the Cairo Police Department this week.
The Cairo Police Department says Heath Sanders "selflessly responded to a cry for help from a fellow citizen who had just been the victim of a robbery" during the early morning hours of October 10...Sanders was presented with a Police Service Award for his actions Wednesday.
An Atlanta town planner said Cairo's now-vacant train depot should be converted into a multipurpose community food hall that can host downtown events for years to come.
Thomasville-Thomas County Habitat CEO Richard Massa met with Cairo Mayor Howard Thrower and other local leaders to gauge if they would be interested in restarting a Habitat program in Cairo.
Mayor Howard Thrower appeared before the Grady County Board of Commissioners last week to encourage county officials to implement a mask policy for public buildings.
A city-backed volunteer initiative to keep Cairo clean will be expanded to keep a more regular cleanup schedule.
The Cairo City Council voted this week to purchase a pricier piece of road machinery than what was available to them, though not without good reason, they say.
A South Georgia town will turn 150 in the next few days, but the COVID-19 pandemic means there won’t be much of a party. Cairo was granted its town charter on Oct. 28, 1870.
The Georgia Department of Community Affairs awarded the City of Cairo a $750,000 community development block grant (CDBG) Wednesday to replace aging Broad Street water infrastructure.