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Hogansville to build park around historic marker

January 22, 2021

LaGrange Daily News

The city of Hogansville voted during Tuesday’s council meeting to build around the historic marker honoring former postmaster Isaiah Lofton, who lived through an assassination attempt in 1897.

Struck gas line repaired

January 22, 2021

Bryan County News

A contractor hit a gas line near the hospital Tuesday but the line was quickly repaired, City Manager Pete Pyrzenski reported during the city council's regular session.

Chiefs get shot with COVID vaccine

January 22, 2021

Thomasville Times-Enterprise

Thomasville's top cop and the city's fire chief joined forces in a different way Wednesday morning.

Inmate housing dispute continues

January 22, 2021

Blackshear Times

The City of Blackshear may file suit against Pierce County Sheriff Ramsey Bennett for breach of contract regarding an ongoing dispute over fees charged to the city for inmate housing at the county jail.

DDA Sees Welcome Mural Rendering

January 22, 2021

Monticello News

Tamara Haase was present at the Downtown Development Authority’s (DDA) regular meeting Monday to present her initial rendering of the Welcome Mural to authority board members.

Army Corps appeals injunction in lock and dam case

January 22, 2021

Augusta Chronicle

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers isn’t backing down from plans to demolish the New Savannah Bluff Lock and Dam. Plaintiffs in the lawsuit – who include the state of South Carolina and city of Augusta – contend the WIIN Act requires the water level behind the lock and dam remain as it was when the act passed.

City funding 3 Feed the Boro food drops; first one Jan. 30 at SHS

January 22, 2021

Statesboro Herald

With $13,000 of federal Coronavirus Relief Fund money, the city of Statesboro is working with Feed the Boro to supply some free groceries to area families in need through monthly Saturday morning drive-thru distributions in January, February and March.

Downtown facelift

January 22, 2021

Brunswick News

There is a strong belief that having more people downtown would lead to more businesses.

Fasching fun coming to Helen

January 21, 2021

White County News Telegraph

It’s almost Mardi Gras, which means it’ll soon be Fasching time in Helen.

Helen eyes unpaid tax from rentals

January 21, 2021

White County News Telegraph

More than one out of three Helen short-term rental operations reviewed in a city audit have not been paying hotel/motel tax.

Dalton to serve free meals to residents in low-income areas

January 21, 2021

Dalton Daily Citizen

As part of the city of Dalton's response to the COVID-19 pandemic in the area, the city will be serving meals to residents who live in low-income Census tracts near the John Davis Recreation Center and the Mack Gaston Community Center.

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