The holidays can be a time of painful memories for those who have lost a loved one, but there is hope.
Operation Building H.O.P.E (Helping Other People Excel), a non-profit organization that began this year in West Point, was “birthed from a backpack.”
A LaGrange couple was behind bars this morning after a domestic altercation began with a physical fight and ended with the woman stabbing the man.
Gunshots were reported to police early this morning in the area of the 800 block of Whitesville Street.
For millions of children all over the globe, the Christmas season just got a little brighter.
TodayEvents: A Christmas candlelight service for bereaved parents, families and friends in memory of children will be held at the Advent Lutheran Church, 1416 Vernon Road, at 7:30 p.m.
First Peoples Bank and Greenville Banking Company jointly announced Thursday their definitive agreement to combine the banks in a merger transaction and will operate under the First People's Bank name.
Inside the sprawling Kimberly Clark LaGrange mill on Orchard Hill Road, huge machines hum along as they pull football fields' worth of fibers together to manufacture nonwoven materials that eventually go into diapers.
The LaGrange Housing Authority is installing 40 security cameras this week at both the Benjamin Harvey Hill Homes and the Lucy Morgan Homes.
Troup County Commission may again try to restructure the county's board of elections and registration.
Chief meteorologist Derek Kinkade of WTVM in Columbus visited Berta Weathersbee Elementary on Oct. 28.
The holiday season got off to a rough start for Jeff Tucker.
Annette Anderson earned Local Finance Officer Certification in the third quarter of 2014 through the Carl Vinson Institute of Government's financial management training program.
Families this holiday season will have a little more to cheer about. The West Georgia Technical College Foundation's initiative Project CARE will help 60 families during this holiday season totaling $10,300 in funds and over 9,500 cans of food...
It may be the best Christmas present for which a child could ask.
A local church is inviting the homeless community to a banquet Dec. 20, planned especially for them.
Nel Thompson, owner of Nel's Nail Salon & Fashion Boutique at 114-B Hill St., announces retirement from her business as of Dec. 31.
Weekly Bible studiesEagle's Nest Cathedral, 1306 E. 10th St. in West Point, 10:30 a.m. Tuesday and 7 p.m. Wednesday.
Saturday Events: God's Breadbasket, a food pantry serving Hogansville residents, is open 9 a.m.–noon.
A man in the 200 block of Westside Court reported theft of tools over a two-week period.
Participants in the Valley-Wide Christmas Parade starting in West Point on Thursday show off their winter wonderland.The Chattahoochee Fuller Center sported a gingerbread house float during the parade.
A LaGrange native could be the next big jazz star after winning an international jazz vocal competition.
After pulling out a record number of volunteers on Thanksgiving Day, organizers of the Up All Night dinners hope to see repeated success with the upcoming Christmas meal.
A man accused of domestic assault was found guilty on one of four counts he faced in Troup County Superior Court on Thursday.
A woman pulled over for speeding Thursday afternoon was arrested on a felony drug charge resulting from the stop.