A South Georgia town will turn 150 in the next few days, but the COVID-19 pandemic means there won’t be much of a party. Cairo was granted its town charter on Oct. 28, 1870.
The Georgia Department of Community Affairs awarded the City of Cairo a $750,000 community development block grant (CDBG) Wednesday to replace aging Broad Street water infrastructure.
The City of Cairo is approaching a major historical milestone next week. Wednesday, October 28 will mark 150 years since Cairo was granted its first town charter in 1870.
The Cairo Police Department has completely settled into its new 3rd Avenue headquarters just two weeks after moving in, City Manager Chris Addleton said this week.
Questions of what the City of Cairo should do with the 115-year-old Broad Street train depot may be at least partially answered at an upcoming intensive planning session.
The Cairo-Grady County Chamber of Commerce will host its annual golf tournament Thursday under circumstances never before seen in the event's 21-year history.
Property taxes in the City of Cairo will remain unchanged following a vote this week by the Cairo City Council.
The Cairo Police Department welcomed three new additions to their ranks last week.
It took a lengthy negotiation over parking capacity at Monday night’s meeting of the Cairo City Council, but construction of a new multi-family apartment complex was eventually given the go ahead.
Mayor Howard Thrower urged local business leaders Monday night to implement more stringent safety guidelines to protect employees and members of the public from the novel coronavirus amid an apparent surge of cases in the area.