A LaGrange man will serve 18 years behind bars for his role in the violent armed robbery of a 79-year-old man.
A Callaway Elementary School mother unwittingly set off a social media firestorm Friday with a Facebook post about students being kept from participating in the school's field day over unpaid lunch and after-school fees.
LaGrange police today were investigating an early morning shooting near a residence in the 1000 block of Borton Street.
LaGrange police officers responded about midnight to a call for shots fired near a residence in the 800 block of Callaway Avenue.
TodayMeetings: Self Help Harbor, 909 Stonewall St., hosts AA meetings at 8 a.m., noon, 6 p.m. and 8 p.m.
Firefighters to host boot drive starting Wednesday
A former inmate at the Troup County Jail was sentenced Monday to five years in prison for beating another inmate with a sock stuffed with a soap bar.
Troup County Board of Education on Monday reviewed a tentative budget that includes about a $4.2 million planned increase over the last fiscal year.
After months of speculation and a year of searching, West Georgia Health announced this morning that its board of trustees has signed a letter of intent to join the Marietta-based Wellstar Health System.
Hogansville City Council voted Monday night to approve altering its original splash park plan in order to add a 5-foot concrete apron around the site being constructed at Strozier Park.
LaGrange police responded to an apartment on Handley Street around 8 p.m. Monday night after a woman claimed her neighbor was pointed a knife at her small children and made threats while they played in the yard.
Under a bright blue sky, LaGrange College awarded diplomas to 243 graduates during its 184th commencement ceremonies Saturday morning.
Many LaGrange residents gathered outside their homes on Sunday evening, enjoying the warm May weather in Georgia just before the sun began to set. Amid the chirping birds and laughter of playing children, a chorus of voices could be heard...
Two LaGrange residents were honored for their service to a faith-based nonprofit Thursday during a celebration downtown.
The Southern Navion Air Group, an organization of enthusiasts who've restored World War II-era Navion-make airplanes, was on hand to show the public their aircraft on Saturday.
A 5K color run to raise funds for upgrades of LaGrange High School's auditorium drew more than 400 participants Saturday.
Police arrested two men after someone drove off from a gas station without paying for $12.03 in gas.
TodayMeetings: The West Georgia Health Board of Trustees meets at 5:15 p.m. in the Board Room of West Georgia Medical Center.
LifeSouth blood drivesLifeSouth will host the following blood drives in the area:• Johnny's New York Style Pizza of West Point, 11 a.m.–5 p.m. Tuesday.
Small business is big business in the United States. According to Forbes, more than 50 percent of the working population works in a small business, and small businesses have generated more than 65 percent of the nation's net new jobs since...
The LaGrange-Troup County Chamber of Commerce honored three local small businesses during Tuesday's Early Bird Breakfast for their consistent regard for quality service and community dedication.
When a Minneapolis bridge spanning the Mississippi River collapsed in August 2007, it sent 13 people to their deaths in the water 108 feet below and injured 145 others. The story made national headlines, and for Troup County Engineer James Emery, the...
County commissioners on Friday made good on a promise to hear additional public concerning the 2016 fiscal year budget, which is slated for a final vote Tuesday.
Patrons and staff members of a restaurant on Lafayette Parkway alerted police to a possible DUI after a man and woman leaving the establishment appeared to be heavily intoxicated. The manager of the restaurant called 911 and reported that the two...