LaGrange College President Dan McAlexander is asking the city to relocate power lines that in the growth area of an “important” tree on the campus.
The Cannon Street school building was buzzing Thanksgiving morning with people cooking dishes, packing meals and even children playing as a big crowd of volunteers showed up to make this year's event one of the most well-supported in...
The prospect of cash-saving deals and an early start to holiday shopping drove hundreds of area residents to Walmart on New Franklin Road on Thursday as retailers nationwide kicked off Black Friday shopping early.
It's a popular day to travel, but some people don't make it to their holiday destinations.
A two-vehicle crash on Broad Street left an unidentified driver seriously injured Thursday evening. The second vehicle was unoccupied.
TodayCanceled: The Troup County Commission work session has been moved to Monday.Saturday
Lance Cpl. Edwin L. Logan, weapons platoon, first battalion, 2nd Marines and a 2012 honor graduate of Troup High School has been honored with a USMC Certificate of Commendation, and a meritorious promotion to lance corporal. Logan also is the honor...
When Vietnam veteran Fred Metros was turned down for Veterans Affairs benefits a few months ago, he noticed he wasn't alone, and many of those also being turned away were in more need.
The West Point Coca-Cola bottling company on Saturday began operating under new ownership with Coca-Cola Bottling Company UNITED, a privately held bottling company out of Birmingham, Alabama.
Car wash for donations
Even though it's barely Thanksgiving, Josh East is already thinking about Christmas. In fact, he's been thinking about it since July.
A LaGrange police officer extinguished a car fire shortly after midnight Wednesday at a gas station on Commerce Avenue.
The city of LaGrange will begin mailing out surveys next week to determine if a curbside recycling program would garner enough participation.
The sounds of the season waft through the hallways of the First Presbyterian Church on Broad Street.
Thanksgiving is a time when people count their blessings and remember to be thankful for what they have in their lives.
For Ben Wheeler, it's about knowing where his Thanksgiving Day fixings are coming from.
Hundreds of students in the Troup County School System may have no real place to call home.
LaGrange police were called to the same residence twice Monday night after a couple in a home in the 100 block of Mitchell Avenue continually argued and called 911.
LANETT, Ala. — The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announced that Hardley Creek Park will be closed on Wednesday until 2 p.m. so Anderson Construction Company will perform extensive cleaning of the park.
Less than a week after setting a record low, LaGrange posted another record Monday — on the other end of the thermometer.
TodayMeetings: Self Help Harbor, 909 Stonewall St., hosts AA meetings at noon, 6 p.m. and 8 p.m.LaGrange City Council meets at 5:30 p.m. in the council chamber/courtroom at 208 Ridley Ave.
As community members kicked off the upcoming Christmas season by lighting the tree at Frank Cox Union Street School Park, those gathered to remember the late Frank Cox recalled his love and caring for those in need.
Even before the Thanksgiving dinner is shared, organizers of the annual Nativity Festival are preparing the displays of the Christmas season.
A Rutland Circle man faces criminal charges after animal control officers said they found a dead dog in a shelter behind his residence Saturday.
A 15-year-old LaGrange High School student faces weapons charges as he allegedly brought a handgun to the campus Thursday.A LaGrange police report gave the following account:
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