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ATLANTA - Jury trials are about to resume in Georgia for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic took hold back in March.Georgia Chief Justice Harold Melton announced Wednesday he will sign an … more
STOCKBRIDGE -- “When will leaves peak?” is a common question for park rangers in autumn. Only Mother Nature knows for sure, but Georgia’s peak color is usually toward the end of … more
Murray County residents are invited to take part in a national initiative spotlighting the positive roles of law enforcement in communities. A Faith and Blue gathering will be held on the lawn of … more
Reflecting on his former life, Matthew Bronson says he had nice brand new cars, clothes, a few extra dollars, and an outgoing party-life personality: “What more would anyone … more
Customers of the Murray County Tax Office will soon be able to conduct business from their vehicles. County Commissioner Greg Hogan on Tuesday announced the purchase of the old Wells Fargo … more
  Washington, D.C. – Today, Rep. Tom Graves (R-GA-14) sent letters to officials in the U.S. House of Representatives and Governor Brian Kemp (R-GA) to say he would be stepping down from … more
ATLANTA - The Georgia Department of Labor (GDOL) continues to battle potential fraud nationally seen within the unemployment insurance (UI) program. The GDOL periodically audits regular and Pandemic … more
  North Murray's football game at Coahulla Creek scheduled for Friday, has been shifted to Tuesday, Oct. 20, due to COVID-related issues at Coahulla Creek. The Mountaineers will return … more
Georgia officials have launched a new hotline for alerting authorities to instances of human and sex trafficking as part of Gov. Brian Kemp’s crackdown on trafficking cases in the … more
  There will be a called meeting of the Murray County Board of Education tonight at 6 p.m. at the Central Office. The meeting will focus on construction at Gladden Middle School. The … more
Submitted by MAC   The Mailboxes and Sarah Forde will perform Saturday in the final concert of the Murray Arts Council’s 2020 Concert in the Park series. The show starts at 7 p.m. … more
An on-the-road dispute last week between two truckers, which included shots fired in the vicinity of a school bus, resulted in the arrest of a Sweetwater, Tenn. man. Pick up a copy of this week's … more
For the third time in three years, the Murray County Chamber of Commerce is faced with replacing its top administrator. Nicole Densmore, who was hired as president and CEO of the organization in … more
The 26th annual Conasauga River Watershed Clean-up will be held on Saturday, Oct. 24 from 9am until noon. This event is part of Georgia’s Rivers Alive statewide waterways clean-up. Volunteers … more
The race for a hotly contested U.S. Senate seat in Georgia kicked up a notch last week with the death of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and calls for a Democratic candidate to drop … more
Some lucky person will win $10,000 on Nov. 7 when the Chatsworth Lions Club concludes its annual fundraising drawing. It is the Lions’ only fundraiser annually and dates back to 1975 when a … more
Pam Pilzer said when she moved to Chatsworth from Los Angeles in March she was looking forward to the peace and quiet of living in a small town. But Pilzer said the move hasn’t worked out that … more
Rebekah Weyman is an 18-year-old freshman at the University of Georgia who wants to have a career as a writer. When it comes to that goal, she’s not wasting any time. Weyman’s … more
The Times confirmed just before deadline that Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Nicole Densmore is no longer in that job. Densmore has been with the chamber for less than a … more
ATLANTA - Georgians are one step closer to being able to order home deliveries of beer, wine and distilled spirits.The state Department of Revenue has issued rules governing home deliveries of … more
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