In West Point this weekend, a boy's life will hang in the hands of 12 jurors. The outcome may be predestined, but the journey is where the excitement lays.
Twenty-five teachers in the Troup County School System were honored by their school as nominees for the 2015-2016 Teacher of the Year last week. They will vie for the Troup County School System Teacher of the Year in March.
Less than a couple weeks after breaking ground on a DASH apartment complex in West Point, another project is preparing to start construction off of Gabbettville Road in West Point.
A structure fire caused extensive damage to a Wilkes Street home Thursday morning.No injuries were reported.
COLUMBUS — A faint smile crept over 95-year-old Dequindre McGlaun's face as he sat in the radio compartment of a Boeing B-17 “Flying Fortress” bomber and the engines roared to life in Columbus on Monday.
“How do you handle the death of a child?” Bob Layfield said to a packed crowd at Del'Avant Thursday night. “In my experience, you can't do it alone.”
Investigators with the Troup County Sheriff's Office are turning to the public and asking for help solving a theft that occurred Saturday from a location on Greenville Street.
Today Events: Hills & Dales Estate hosts Halloween at the Callaway Family Home 5:30-8 p.m. by giving candy bars to all costumed children. Enter the Hills & Dales entrance gate and staff will direct.
VALLEY, Ala. — The Chattahoochee Valley Historical Society announces a motor coach trip to some of the most significant battlefields of the Civil War. In addition to Gettysburg, the five-day, four- night trip includes tours of Fredericksburg,...
A local home with a growing cavalcade of Halloween creations plans to not only give out candy for Halloween, but give back to the community.
There's still plenty of slots available for those wanting to parade the streets Dec. 4 for the annual Christmas parade, themed “Through the Eyes of a Child.”
As trick-or-treaters begin to prepare for Halloween tomorrow, there are several things to keep in mind regarding the safety of those out and about.
It's not just a teen problem anymore, according to several experts, addiction to drugs and alcohol now begins in middle school.
LaGrange Police responded to an alleged armed robbery Wednesday evening at a convenience store in the 1900 block of Hamilton Road.
TodayEvents: Ethel W. Kight Elementary's Fall Festival is 4–6:30 p.m.
A University of Georgia professor who spoke at an accountability court graduation Wednesday at the Troup County Government Center had some parting wisdom to share with the 21 graduates.
Every year, the Lions Club of LaGrange helps needy people see things a little more clearly.
Event to benefit local scholarship programs
The West Georgia Technical College Clinical Lab Technology program received the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences Accreditation Award.
Lutheran Services of Georgia (LSG) hosts an orientation at LaGrange Memorial Library Thursday at 7 p.m. for individuals interested in providing short-term foster homes for unaccompanied children.
The LaGrange Fire Department will host a community event Saturday at LaGrange Mall from 2 to 6 p.m.
Troup High School will host its Homecoming game against Fayette County at 7:30 p.m. at Callaway Stadium. Senior Homecoming Queen and King candidates are, from left, seated, Lexi Evans, Samantha Arnold, Jordan Lawson, Katlin Lindsay and Hayley Morris;...
Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle praised the direction of the THINC College and Career Academy during a stop at the facility's future home at West Georgia Tech on Tuesday.
West Point officials took a first look at the 2015 draft budget during the Tuesday evening council meeting.
LaGrange police arrested an 18-year-old LaGrange man on charges of burglary Tuesday night after he allegedly broke into a Forrest Avenue home and stole a television.
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