Cooler weather and shorter days may prevent local farmers from selling their fresh vegetables at outdoor farmers markets.
A LaGrange man was shot and robbed on North Cary Street in a violent assault on Thursday night.
Planning for next year's Relay for Life is under way, but organizers are short on volunteers to serve on committees and help coordinate the spring event.
After 20 years of feeding the needy in Troup County, the Up All Night annual Thanksgiving dinner is again approaching and organizers are in need of food items, hoping to make this year's event a success.
The inner workings of a multi-state methamphetamine ring broken up in Troup County last year are starting to be divulged in open court as 20 co-defendants work their way through the justice system.
All week, the Daily News has taken a closer look at races for local and state office that will be decided in the Nov. 4 general election. Early voting is open now through Oct. 31 at the Troup County Government Center on Ridley Avenue during normal...
If you have a craving for chili, then Lafayette Square will be the place to be this weekend in LaGrange.
The sounds of gunfire, terrified and screaming victims, and police radios echoed through the halls of Park Avenue's Unity Elementary School on Thursday. Thankfully, it was only a drill — but LaGrange police are preparing, nonetheless, for...
Today Events: Rosemont Elementary's Fall Festival is 5–7:30 p.m.Callaway Elementary's Fall Festival is 5:30 p.m.
U.S. Senate Candidate David Perdue, a Republican, made a campaign stop Wednesday in LaGrange as part of the LaGrange-Troup County Chamber of Commerce's initiative to educate voters.
Holiday shopping is taking on a whole new meaning in LaGrange this weekend.
The Daily News continues its coverage of the Nov. 4 general election, today examining the race for Georgia Senate District 29.
Fourteen local attorneys were recognized by the Georgia Legal Services Wednesday during a Pro Bono Week “Special Friends of Justice” ceremony at the Troup County Government Center.
The commander of Georgia State Patrol Post 2 on Lafayette Parkway welcomed and thanked retired GSP personnel at a special breakfast Tuesday morning.
A Whitaker Street man was charged Wednesday with felony false imprisonment and battery, both under the Family Violence Act, after he allegedly threw a chair at his wife during an argument, bloodied her nose and held her captive.
A partial solar eclipse will begin today at 6:01 p.m. and peak at 6:53 p.m., just as the sun sets — but to the average observer, it may go unnoticed.
LaGrange High School celebrates Homecoming this week with the theme 'PaRAID the Raiders,' a take-off on the opposing team the Shaw Raiders. Students are decorating their designated hallways with themes and getting involved with dress-up...
Merry Market to benefit United Way programs
Some of the world's best known folktales will come to life on the Troup High School stage this week as the THS Thespians present “Story Theatre” in three public performances Sunday to Tuesday. Adapted for the stage by Paul Sills,...
The smooth tones of the orchestra tuning itself melted away into silence Tuesday night before a hushed crowd at the Callaway Auditorium on Dallis Street. Then, Guest Conductor Richard Pryor, an Englishman and leader of the Rome Symphony Orchestra,...
OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) — A Canadian soldier standing guard at a war memorial in the country's capital was shot to death Wednesday, and gunfire then erupted inside Parliament, authorities said. One gunman was killed, and police said they were...
Editor's note: All this week, the Daily News will examine the races for four public offices, including two Georgia Senate seats, a Georgia House seat, and the chairmanship of the Troup County Commission.
An 18-year-old LaGrange man is behind bars this morning after a home invasion and aggravated assault on Cross Creek Drive in LaGrange.
The realigned Waugh Road connecting North Davis Road to Anne Bailey Way and the majority of the LaGrange bypass project is open and nearly complete.
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