The city of Hogansville voted during Tuesday’s council meeting to build around the historic marker honoring former postmaster Isaiah Lofton, who lived through an assassination attempt in 1897.
During the year 2020, Hogansville saw new businesses open, projects begin and COVID-19 make its way through the city.
The city of Hogansville will be able to move forward with its city hall renovations after being approved for a USDA loan.
Hundreds of people lined Main Street in Hogansville Saturday as the city held its annual Christmas parade.
The City of Hogansville voted during a city council meeting Monday night to enter an intergovernmental agreement with the Troup County Sheriff’s Office, to fill any gaps the Hogansville Police Department has while searching for new officers.
The city of Hogansville voted on a new logo to use for the city on Monday night. City Manager Jonathan Lynn said Troup County resident Shannon Belletti created the new logo design.
“We are going to ask everybody to do as much socially distance separation as they possibly can as they are watching the parade go by,” said City Manager Jonathan Lynn. “We highly encourage everyone to mask up that night.”
The Hogansville Regional Arts Association (HRAA) has received a $1,000 grant from the Georgia Council for the Arts to complete three projects that will help continue to promote the city.
At Monday night's Hogansville City Council meeting, he was named the honorary fire chief of Hogansville.
The City of Hogansville celebrated its 150th birthday on Monday.