Monthly Archives: November 2018

City Crews Installing Wayfinding Signs Throughout the Community


City crews are installing new wayfinding signs throughout the community. The new eleven signs will be located on the boundaries of the city limits of LaGrange directing you to key locations around the city. Currently nine signs have been installed at locations including by Sweetland Amphitheatre, Southbend Park, West Point Road, Hamilton Road, Whitesville Road, Roanoke Road, among other locations. ...

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Christmas in Hogansville to Be Held Saturday, December 1


The City of Hogansville’s annual Christmas parade and celebration returns Saturday, December 1 to kick off a month of holiday cheer. Open to the public, the city’s yearly Christmas celebration will feature caroling, the lighting of the city’s Christmas tree, and a chance for the community’s youth to come meet Santa. Festivities culminate in the Hogansville Christmas Parade on East ...

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“Christmas Memories” Brings Holiday Cheer


It’s beginning to sound a lot like Christmas at the Lafayette Society for Performing Arts (LSPA) in downtown LaGrange. The Young Singers of West Georgia, having practiced since summer, will bring their musical magic to the LaGrange High Auditorium December 7 and 8 with a pitch-perfect performance of their program, “Christmas Memories.” Fun and fast-paced, YSWG conductor and artistic director ...

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LaGrange Christmas Parade Draws Near


It’s beginning to look like the holidays throughout LaGrange as the community readies for the 42nd annual Christmas parade, sponsored by the La-Grange-Troup County Chamber of Commerce. Bobby Carmichael, a longtime community leader who most recently retired as Executive Director of the Downtown LaGrange Development Authority (DLDA), will serve as the Grand Marshal for the parade on November 29 in ...

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Early Voting Has Started for Runoff Election: Who’s on the Ballot?

Early voting for the Georgia runoff election began Monday, November 26 and will continue through Friday, November 30. Troup County voters can make their voices heard at the courthouse this week from 8AM – 5 PM. The runoff concludes a dramatic election cycle that pitted current Governor- elect Brian Kemp and former House Minority Leader Stacey Abrams in a hotly-contested ...

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COMMUNITY CALENDAR •The Optimist Club of LaGrange meets for lunch every Monday at noon at the Mike Daniel Recreation Center. We would love for anyone to come out and see what we are allabout. Wearealwayslookingfornewmembers! For more information contact Natalie Phillips, (706) 883-6138. •Every Tuesday: LaGrange Lions Club meets every TuesdayatnoonattheHighlandCountryClub. Wewould love for anyone to come out and see ...

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Cavaliers Roll Past Washington County to Advance to the Class AA State Semifinals


The Callaway High Cavaliers fought their way to a commanding 35-20 victory over the Washington County Golden Hawks Friday to earn a spot in the Class AA semifinals. It’s the Cavaliers’ third semifinal appearance in five years, and the Cavaliers now have another chance of appearing in their first state-title game. It was slow going for the Cavaliers in the ...

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City of Hogansville Reminds Citizens of Proper Solid Waste Burning and of Safe Leaf Placement


The City of Hogansville last week took to their official Facebook page to remind citizens of proper solid waste burning and of safe leaf placement. “There shall be no open burning of solid waste in the City except in accordance with regulations of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources (1-877OK-2-BURN) and a written permit issued by the City,” stated a ...

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Man Charged with Battery for Domestic Incident

LaGrange Police have charged a local man with domestic violence after he allegedly barged his way into a home and beat up his girlfriend in a jealous rage. Early Thursday morning about 5:40 a.m., officers with the LaGrange Police Department responded to the 200 block of Grady Street in reference to reports of a fight in progress. Officers arrived and ...

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