The Cairo Police Department has announced a series of internal promotions.
Mayor-elect Howard Thrower said he plans to meet with council members and city staff Friday to familiarize himself prior to being sworn into office June 22.
The Cairo City Council voted Monday to approve a request from a local chapter of the Veterans of Foreign Wars to place a dedication monument to deceased soldiers at a local cemetery.
Members of the Cairo City Council voted unanimously Monday evening to approve the final form of the city’s fiscal year 2020-21 budget.
Chamber officials are currently dealing with the conundrum of not having any way to comply with social distancing guidelines at an event that could attract as many as 300 people.
Giovannie Santos has been named Cairo’s new chief of police, the city announced Tuesday evening.
The Cairo City Council returned to action Monday night after a month-long hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and City Manager Chris Addleton used the opportunity to provide an update as to what the city has been doing.
City officials are anticipating sizable reductions in certain tax revenues due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Businesses across Georgia are gradually reopening as statewide emergency orders put in place to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus are beginning to expire, and government meetings in Grady County are no different.
Residents in Cairo may see some irregularities in water pressure this month as the city fire department conducts a city-wide test of fire hydrants.