The City of LaGrange is honoring LaGrange Fire Department Sgt. Chris McGhee for his 30 years of dedicated service.
City employees hung ornaments, munched on Christmas cookies and decorated the city hall tree on Monday morning during a special event to get the season started.
The City of LaGrange is moving into the next phase of developing its Parks Master Plan by asking everyone in the community to voice their opinion on the state of city parks.
On Tuesday night, the LaGrange City Council celebrated 15 citizens getting to know a bit more about the city where they live as the second ever LaGrange 101 class graduated.
On Tuesday, the LaGrange City Council unanimously approved funding to match a state grant that will allow for the continuation of the local mental health court.
On Tuesday, the LaGrange City Council held a public hearing for a rezoning request of 1702 Adamson Street from R-2 to R-3, which would mean that instead of one or two families in the residence, it could be used as a dwelling for a group. The details of the proposed residents were shared during the meeting.
The City of LaGrange has recently installed a live camera featuring the downtown square and the LaFayette fountain.
The LaGrange Police Department has a new furry, four-legged recruit on staff.
The results are in, and voters chose incumbent LaGrange City Council Member Mark Mitchell to serve another four years on the council.
The EnVision Center officially opened its doors on Tuesday, joining the LaGrange-Troup Chamber of Commerce and is ready to serve the residents of the LaGrange Housing Authority.