The City of LaGrange is currently reviewing options for the Dawson Street School property in the Dixie Mill community, and while the future use of the property remained unclear during the city council’s last work session, the actual school building’s days may be numbered.
The LaGrange City Council committed to increase its funding to the Chattahoochee Riverkeeper by $1,500 for clean-up efforts at West Point Lake.
LaGrange City Council members hear a lot about the price of utility bills, despite the city’s utility prices ranking well below the rates of many other municipal providers.
West Point Fire Chief Mitt Smith remembers mopping the floors at the old West Point Fire Department at 8:46 a.m. on Sept. 11, 2001....
On Wednesday, members of the LaGrange Fire Department, EMS and the community marched up and down steps of the stadium in honor of the men and women who lost their lives 18 years ago.
The City of West Point took the first step in changing garbage services at Monday night’s council meeting.
Members of the LaGrange Fire Department were awarded Saturday night at the Ronnie Thames Foundation Silent Hero Banquet in Atlanta.
Friends of The Thread recently donated an Exmark lawn mower to the City of LaGrange to help with the continuation of the city’s daily maintenance of The Thread and areas surrounding it.
The City of LaGrange will host the 2019 Georgia Governor’s Tourism Conference Sept. 8 through Sept. 11 at Great Wolf Lodge LaGrange.
In the GPSC summer 2019 residential rate survey, the state average was $126.35 for 1,000 kWh, with LaGrange’s rate hitting at $112.50 for the same amount of power.