The 36th annual Sweet Land of Liberty Parade will be held virtually on July 4th, according to the City of LaGrange.
Keeping with tradition, several outstanding members of the class of 2020 will receive awards at the 36th annual Sweet Land of Liberty Parade, which will be help virtually due to the current health crisis. The parade will be broadcast on the City of LaGrange's Facebook page and website.
Giving to those in need was Friday's message at West Point Elementary School, as members of the West Point Fired Department, Police Department and mayor were there handing out meals, masks and milk to members of the community.
The LaGrange Fire Department is asking citizens to use fireworks safely while celebrating the Fourth of July.
For 25 years, Sue Olson has been an essential part of the city of LaGrange.
Despite COVID-19 and the pandemic, Visit LaGrange is optimistic but being realistic for the coming year when it comes to tourism.
The City of LaGrange approved multiple ordinances Tuesday night that address racial inequality.
On Tuesday, LaGrange Mayor Jim Thornton recommended...that a sign be placed on the statue to detail "the history of the statue and the ugliness that it represents."
LaGrange Police Chief Lou Dekmar offered a few changes to an ordinance proposed by LaGrange Mayor Jim Thornton to decriminalize marijuana.
Five years ago we started the racial trust building initiative in LaGrange because we wanted to do something on a local level and have the conversations needed to make progress.