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A LaGrange police officer took two hits to the face while attempting to arrest a woman wanted for probation violations in the 100 block of... [Read More]
There will be two less stockings hanging on the mantle this year inside the Tucker house. [Read More]
  Watching the wonderment in a child's eyes at Christmas is a sight for our adult eyes to behold. The squeals, the joy, the shear... [Read More]
LaGRANGE- If you're a first responder in LaGrange or Troup County, there is a treat waiting for you on Saturday, Dec. 31. Blackwell's Inc., a... [Read More]
The Troup County Commission discussed a LED media sign that a developer hopes to install on a half-acre parcel on Hamilton Road near the entrance... [Read More]
On Tuesday, the West Point Visitor Center made world history by becoming the first place in the United States to unveil a solar roadway and... [Read More]
The Georgia Department of Labor (GDOL) announced today that the state's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate was 5.3 percent in November, up one-tenth of a percentage... [Read More]
LaGrange gets win over Centennial... [Read More]
By Kevin Eckleberry kevin.eckleberry@lagrangenews.com COLLEGE PARK — It was a tough assignment for the LaGrange Lady Grangers. Holy Innocents' won a state championship last season,... [Read More]
  Since moving back to LaGrange at the beginning of October, I've met back up with dozens of people I knew from my time here... [Read More]
Troup hosting two-day tournament... [Read More]
LaGrange College head coach going to Nevada... [Read More]
Troup teams compete in Carrollton... [Read More]
LaGrange basketball teams get it done... [Read More]
Where some people simply decorate for Christmas, Linda Bryant of Azalea Drive truly goes all out with Christmas trees — and Christmas spirit — ... [Read More]
A major transmission line failure led to a power outage for most of LaGrange on Tuesday morning. Power was out to much of the city... [Read More]
One man was arrested Saturday night for allegedly holding a female friend against her will and raping her in the Tall Pines apartment complex at... [Read More]
Two men remain behind bars in the Chambers County Jail in Alabama accused of shooting and killing a man outside a home in the 200... [Read More]
By Rosalind Essig The State Journal FRANKFORT, KY – After 25 years on the Franklin County Board of Education, William Cofield is retiring. Cofield was... [Read More]
Images and tales of survival from victims of the Tennessee wildfires continue to haunt some members of ThreeLife Church. [Read More]
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