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Ten days before her 98th birthday, Jeanette Coody spent Thursday evening advocating for Keep Lowndes/Valdosta Beautiful.
The City of Hogansville is looking for someone to help design a new logo.
The Rome City Commission approved a Tax Allocation District financial plan with Lavender Mountain Hospitality Services LLC Monday night. The plan facilitates development of a Fairfield Inn & Suites on property next to the Rome Tennis Center at Berry College.
The Canton City Council held a discussion at its most recent meeting regarding a possible amendment to city law to allow golf carts to be driven on streets of neighborhoods where residents request it.
The Woodstock City Council approved moving forward with the annexation and rezoning of two related parcels of land on Towne Lake Parkway at its most recent meeting.
The Holly Springs City Council approved the submission of the Local Maintenance and Improvement Grant application for 2021, which outlines roads that will receive improvements within the city.
During the most recent meeting of the Woodstock City Council, members heard the latest update on how money Woodstock received through the CARES (Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security) Act was being used.
A number of firefighters with Baldwin County Fire Rescue and Milledgeville Fire Rescue joined officers from the Milledgeville Police Department and Georgia College Department of Public Safety to remember their fallen brothers and sisters of nearly 20 years ago.
“It’s a milestone for the theater and it’s definitely a boost for the community to have something like this in our town that’s a historic place that’s still up and running today that people can come and be a part of,” said Robert Dykes, the Zebulon’s executive director. “It’s a great treasure for Grady County and Cairo.”
The 30-day application period for Thomasville police chief ends Monday, but it can be extended, City Manager Alan Carson said.
Peachtree Corners is teaming up with an international technology innovation company to roll out a new artificial intelligence-based smart city management system.
The city and co-developers CASTO and MidCity recently announced that a City Market construction and leasing agreement for the development had been reached and approved by the city council.
The City of Hoschton recently donated cleaning supplies and face masks for local schools and public safety.
Friday, September 11 marked the sixth annual ceremony held in remembrance and to honor first responders, on the 19-year anniversary of the events of September 11, 2001. ceremony, which was held at the Museum of Aviation.
Mathew Hill, Brunswick's downtown development director, said other than the loss of the convention center, the business community is proceeding with plans to develop downtown.
At a special called meeting of the Dawsonville City Council on Sept. 10, council members approved the permit for K.A.R.E. for Kids to hold the 53rd annual Mountain Moonshine Festival.
Johns Creek has a new marker to welcome people to the city.
Leaders of Garden City’s city council, police force, fire department, and other community members united in a demonstration against the town’s recent uptick in gun violence with a solemn auto procession on Sunday.
The city of Pembroke received a community development block grant from the Georgia Department of Community Affairs for $750,000 to reinforce and reline sewer pipe in portions of the railroad city.
Seven elected officials from throughout Bartow County convened at the Frank Moore Administration and Judicial Center in Cartersville Wednesday morning to sign a proclamation celebrating National Recovery Month.
Results of a fiscal year 2019 audit yielded no unpleasant surprises for the City of Adairsville, as Williamson and Co. CPAs partner Christian Hatch reported a clean opinion at Thursday evening’s city council meeting.
During Thursday’s regular council meeting, Savannah City Manager Pat Monahan said the SBAC received 430 applications in an eight-day application period for a total request of about $7 million in COVID-19-related losses.
The Milton City Council has approved a $188,683 task order to have consultant Pond & Co. Inc. undertake preliminary engineering to widen Morris Road.
The Newnan City Council discussed potential options to resolve the limited sight distance at the intersection of Wesley Street and Jefferson Street at its meeting Tuesday.
Newnan Police Chief Buster Meadows opened the ceremony by recognizing that this year marks the 19th anniversary of the terror attacks on Sept. 11, 2001.
The Rome City Commission will consider a Tax Allocation District agreement with Floyd County and Lavender Mountain Hospitality Services LLC through Berry College when the panel meets at City Hall on Monday night.
Jim Murphy has served 23 1/2 years with the Newnan Fire Department and has nearly 30 years total service, said Newnan Fire Chief Stephen Brown.
Roswell Director of Transportation Muhammad Rauf said the massive reconstruction of the road will decrease accidents. The goal is to keep motorists moving on Atlanta Street, also known as Ga. 9, instead of turning onto side streets for relief from backed up traffic.
Johns Creek plans to break ground on the first phase of a multi-use trail for Cauley Creek Park in October. The city received a $3 million grant from a Georgia Department of Natural Resources program to assist with the development of the park land.
Residents in Duluth are invited to complete a 2020 Residential Community Preference Survey. The anonymous survey is the first in a series designed to help city leaders plan for the future of Duluth.
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