The city of Hogansville recently rolled out an incentive program for its employees to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
The LaGrange city council passed a change to the city ordinance governing food trucks on Tuesday night.
The City of LaGrange announced in a news release that its Animal Services division achieved “no kill” status in 2020 with a 91 percent save rate.
Cavender served the LaGrange Police Department for more than 30 years, following in his father’s footsteps who worked for LPD from 1946 to 1955.
At the beginning of each year, the LaGrange Fire Department nominates and selects a firefighter of the year. This year Troup County native Sgt. Charles Mallory from LFD Station 2 was selected as the 2020 Firefighter of the Year.
On Tuesday night, the LaGrange City Council held a public hearing and first reading of the rezoning of several lots on Jordans Way and Aaron Drive in order for West Georgia Star, a nonprofit company of the LaGrange Housing Authority, which owns the lots, to build duplexes.
A crowd gathered on Lafayette Square in downtown LaGrange to witness an annual holiday tradition.
After more than 24 years with the LaGrange Police Department, former Lt. Mark Kostial has left the force for a new job as a city planner at the City of LaGrange.
In its first meeting at council chambers since the start of the pandemic, the LaGrange City Council discussed amending the Board of Planning and Zoning Appeals ordinance surrounding food trucks and recognized a 25-year police lieutenant at its Tuesday meeting.
The LaGrange City Council passed a budget amendment and authorized the mayor and clerk to execute a reimbursement resolution regarding water and sewer facilities at its Tuesday night meeting.