As we noted last week, to study our Bibles with any real benefit we have to: 1) read it, and read it a lot; 2) read it with a desire to understand what it teaches; and 3) harmonize everything the Bible says on a given subject before we conclude what...
The Student Council of Troup High School will host the Mister and Miss THS competition on Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the Fine Arts Auditorium. The goal of this annual event is to recognize and reward those students who have excelled in a variety of...
The cardiac rehabilitation program at West Georgia Health will have new exercise equipment, thanks to a grant from Heart of West Georgia, a local fundraising and heart health promotion group. Jane Bower, center, WGH director of cardiovascular health...
The Troup County Sheriff's Office announced Friday it has recovered a “significant” piece of evidence related to the slaying of five people last month on Woodstream Trail in unincorporated Troup County.
Troup County Board of Education on Thursday recognized members of Keep Troup Beautiful and Callaway Middle School staff and students.
Closing arguments are expected today in the trial of Erwin Brewer, the man accused of fatally shooting Larry Strickland,...
LaGrange police still are investigating a shooting in the 100 block of McGee Street that occurred last week.
It was a sea of red inside the Callaway Conference Center on Thursday as women learned the “heart” truth about heart disease.
The school system is making use of the former Unity Elementary School building and has options for two other old school properties, officials said during Thursday's Board of Education meeting.
A man was arrested on a charge of public drunkenness after he allegedly stole a $2.79 can of beer from the Citgo gas station at 103 Commerce Ave. early Friday morning.
High winds and frigid temperatures combined to make an icy tableau Thursday on the patio at LaGrange College. Michael Coniglio with National Management Services said the fountain was turned off and drained at 3 a.m., but some water remained in the...
FridayEvents: The Active Life senior center at 140 Ragland St. offers oil painting classes at noon for all adults 55 and older. 706-883-1681
(Editor's note: A portion of this article addresses travel expenses outlined in the weekend article “Health of the Hospital.” The Daily News is committed to accuracy and working to verify all information, and sought input from...
A Page Street resident reported an altercation with a neighbor to police Wednesday midday.
Today–FridayWord of Faith Ministries, 2747 Hamilton Road, hosts pre-pastoral revival services at 7 p.m. honoring pastors Melissa and Ferrell Wortham.
Sarah Lehman will admit, she uses social media a lot. But for about the next six weeks, she'll be taking a break from Facebook.
A North Cary Street man who was cleaning a handgun in his apartment Tuesday evening accidentally discharged it, causing a stray bullet to fly through a wall and into a neighboring residence.
The possible closure of Mountville Elementary School would mean also moving groups of students from other schools to accommodate the redistribution, school officials noted Tuesday.
Milder weather is on tap for this weekend, but Troup County will have to endure some cold temperatures before then.
TodayMeetings: Self Help Harbor, 909 Stonewall St., hosts AA meetings at 8 a.m., noon, 6 p.m. and 8 p.m.
Kenneth Redding hopes that attendees to this year's Black History program at LaGrange High School will see some parallels to current events.
Last week, as a part of the American Dental Association's Give Kids a Smile program, Childress Dental reached out to kids in the Troup County School System to offer free cleanings and dental education.
Memorial committee hosts dance
Hogansville City Council unanimously moved to name the former Blue Creek reservoir as Jimmy Jackson Lake in memory of the late Hogansville mayor.
Employees of a convenience store at 103 Commerce Ave. locked an alleged shoplifter inside until police arrived to arrest the man.