A vehicle collision with a fatality was reported last night on Hillcrest Road.
A long-time sheriff's deputy and investigator with the Troup County Sheriff's Office celebrated his retirement Tuesday after 37 years of service.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) — Volunteers at the North American Aerospace Defense Command are monitoring Santa Claus as he makes his storybook Christmas Eve flight. Earlier today around noon, NORAD said it used the heat signature from...
More than 300 motorists were stopped by LaGrange police officers Tuesday night at the intersection of Lafayette Parkway and East Render Street - but it wasn't all bad news.
Two good Samaritans may have been responsible for keeping a puppy from being burned alive Tuesday on Arthur Street.
Ernest James Knight has lived a long, full life.
Santa Claus faces a soggy landing in Troup County tonight, but no rain is expected as he arrives from the North Pole.The rainfall began Monday and continued overnight, bringing 5.25 inches to LaGrange by this morning.
(Note: Some events and meetings may be subject to change due to the holidays)Wednesday (Christmas Eve)
Kick-off Rally for Relay for Life
In observance of the upcoming holidays, businesses and governmental operations have made changes to their operating schedules.
The LaGrange Daily News office will be closed on Christmas Day and New Year's Day. The paper will not print on Thursday, Christmas Day, but an edition will print on Jan. 1 for New Year's Day.
Holiday drivers won't be the only ones on the road this Christmas.
On Christmas morning, undoubtedly weary-eyed parents and wide-eyed children across Troup County will gather beneath their Christmas trees as wrapping paper is shred in living rooms and love, hugs and gifts are exchanged.
A 54-year-old LaGrange man was cited for public drunkenness Monday night after police found him stumbling in the roadway near Johnson Street.
Dear Readers,USA Today recently announced its decision to cease publication of USA Weekend, its weekly entertainment magazine, as of the Dec. 28 issue. The magazine currently appears in the weekend edition of LaGrange Daily News.
(Note: Some events and meetings listed subject to change depending on holiday schedules)Today
A United States Postal Service truck overturned after it was struck by another vehicle on Mooty Bridge Road about 5 p.m. Monday.
Troup County schools fell below the state composite score for the 2014 College and Career Ready Performance Index (CCRPI), according to a report from the Georgia Department of Education.
After 22 years of service in Georgia's House of Representatives, District 132 Rep. Carl Von Epps is preparing for his final farewell in the new year.
A domestic aggravated assault was reported Sunday on Commerce Court in LaGrange.
This year's Up All Night Christmas Day dinner for the needy is at the former Cannon Street Elementary School building beginning at 7 a.m.
A 25-year-old Forrest Avenue woman was shot at her home early Saturday morning and later died at an area hospital.
Just to make sure that no one misread the headline, it says “Putting Christ Back In 'Christian,'” not “Christmas.”
West Point Police Department officials receive a $4,218 check from the Charter Foundation on Friday. The money will be used by the police department to purchase bicycles and related equipment for a new bike patrol unit in West Point slated to begin in...
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