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Barnesville okays trick-or-treat; Milner hesitant to sponsor event

October 13, 2020

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In light of many closures and cancellations, fans of Barnesville’s mammoth night of Halloween trick-or-treating were concerned about the event but last week city officials announced the show will go on under a full moon Oct. 31. City police and fire units will block off Thomaston Street as usual.

City may have to cut losses on conference center project

October 13, 2020

Brunswick News

Brunswick Mayor Cornell Harvey hasn’t given up hope a conference center will be built on the Oglethorpe tract in downtown Brunswick despite saying earlier this week that it might be time to rethink the project.

Molena council to renovate old jail with community’s help

October 13, 2020

Pike County Journal & Reporter

Two months after local resident Elsie Anderson-Bell, president of Pike Historic Preservation (PHP), spoke to Molena council about a desire to restore the old jail, an estimate of cost was received at the September 14 meeting with council unanimously giving approval for the project as other renovation work was underway in city hall.

City of Commerce Truck Parade held at library

October 13, 2020

Jackson County News

The Commerce Public Library hosted the City of Commerce's Truck Parade, in honor of Georgia City's Week, on October 6 in the Library's Memorial Garden.

Temple moves forward on meter replacement plan

October 9, 2020

Carrollton Times-Georgian

Temple has taken another step in getting its water expenses under control, moving forward on Monday with a plan to replace all the city’s water meters.

Hinesville Area Businesses Donate 59 Book-bags with School Supplies

October 9, 2020

Hinesville Coastal Courier

The adage, “It takes a village,” explains how local businesses work together to ensure that students and teachers have the materials they need to succeed for this school year. J.C. Lewis, in a partnership with Ford, provided backpacks, Mustang pencil pouches and some school supplies to the Hinesville Downtown Development Authority (HDDA).

Euharlee Council approves lease for annual Christmas fundraiser

October 9, 2020

Cartersville Daily Tribune News

Members of the Euharlee City Council voted unanimously at Tuesday evening’s public meeting to approve an agreement allowing the Just Believe Christmas for Kids Foundation to lease the granary facility throughout the remainder of the year.

White City Council votes to maintain insurance policy

October 9, 2020

Cartersville Daily Tribune News

Members of the White City Council voted unanimously Monday evening to maintain the municipality’s 90/10 medical insurance policy via the Georgia Municipal Association (GMA.)

Trick-or-treating back on in Adel

October 8, 2020

Valdosta Daily Times

Following an outcry after an Adel Police Department Facebook post that Halloween trick-or-treating was canceled this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, local authorities are putting together a Candyland Celebration event for children, Mayor Buddy Duke said.

Newnan addresses panhandling complaints

October 8, 2020

Newnan Times-Herald

City officials say they have received complaints about panhandlers in downtown Newnan, and they are taking steps to address the issue.

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