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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.
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.
New rules for alcohol and certain outdoor gatherings could soon be in effect in the city of Cumming.
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.
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 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.
"I don't know if the city of Gainesville residents know how lucky they are to have a facility like this and a fire department like they've got," former firefighter Harold Thompson said.
Lula city residents will have a pair of extra items on their Nov. 3 ballots, asking them to decide whether Sunday alcohol sales will be allowed in Lula.
Lithonia recently hired a veteran officer as its new police chief, aiming to put an end to years of flux within the department’s leadership.
James Dasher is no longer a member of the Rincon City Council.
A familiar face will soon be working as Savannah’s interim city manager.
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).
U.S. Rep. Buddy Carter gave St. Marys Police Department officers a morale boost Thursday during a year when law enforcement agencies haven’t seen much love.
If the pilot goes well, the commission may vote to make the closure permanent, as a downtown master plan urged years ago.
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.
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.)
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.
Norcross City Hall will reopen to the public beginning Oct. 12 to accommodate advanced voting ahead of the November elections.
Peachtree Corners’ Finance Department recently received the highest recognition available in the area of governmental accounting and financial reporting, according to city officials.
Cleveland Police Chief John Foster has announced his upcoming retirement.
Lawrenceville City Manager Chuck Warbington envisions the city’s College Corridor as being something akin to what people would expect to see at a Hollywood film premiere once it is finished.
Fulton County elections board members added a new early voting location Tuesday following complaints from mayors in the southern part of the county.
Carrollton officials have made it easier for residents to get food trucks and food truck courts approved by changing the review process.
City officials say they have received complaints about panhandlers in downtown Newnan, and they are taking steps to address the issue.
The Senoia DDA is working on a plan to bring Santa to town and have him ride through neighborhoods in a convertible, likely escorted by the Senoia Police Department.
Alcohol access was the primary topic at the Senoia City Council's first work session.
Red dirt was broken by heavy machinery on the site of a new mixed-use development in Gainesville hours after the controversial deal between the city and the developer was finalized Aug. 31.
The Gainesville City Council gave unanimous approval Tuesday evening to an annexation request, followed immediately by a rezoning request, paving the way for Hall County’s first CarMax Auto Superstore.
The clock is ticking for DeKalb County cities to use their allotment of federal coronavirus funds, leaving little time to decide how to pump that money into local needs.
On Nov. 15, 1920 a fire started at the Lilburn Supply Company in Old Town Lilburn. The devastating fire spread quickly, nearly destroying every downtown business. But in a show of force and unity, the remainder of the town was saved.
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