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  The Murray County Board of Education will have a called meeting on Monday at 6 p.m. at the Central Office. The only agenda item is an executive session. more
ATLANTA – The Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) is receiving offers from medical professionals and other individuals looking for ways to help with the COVID-19 vaccination response. An … more
    ATLANTA - Gov. Brian Kemp asked state lawmakers Thursday to give businesses more help dealing with the coronavirus pandemic, double down on investment in rural Georgia and build … more
ATLANTA - First-time unemployment claims in Georgia increased by 5,581 last week to 37,039, reflecting a national trend, the state Department of Labor reported Thursday.As a result, the state agency … more
ATLANTA -- On Tuesday, Sen. Chuck Payne (R – Dalton) was appointed to serve as Chairman of the Senate Education and Youth Committee for the first session of the 156th Georgia General … more
After more than 10 months, the Charles “Judy” Poag Murray County Senior Center is still closed to the public due to the pandemic but continues to provide meals to county … more
Dublin, Ga.-based Farmers Home Furniture will open a location in Chatsworth in mid to late 2021, according to a company official. Pick up a copy of this week's Chatsworth Times for this story and … more
  Georgia’s Republican senators have conceded defeat in the Jan. 5 runoffs for U.S. Senate, officially giving Democrats the state’s two Senate seats and control of the federal … more
Murray County Commissioner Greg Hogan said on Friday that county offices will reopen on Monday. Hogan said anyone entering the offices will be required to wear a "face covering."County offices have … more
ATLANTA - Georgia Chief Justice Harold Melton Friday extended the statewide judicial emergency that has been in effect since the coronavirus pandemic took hold across the state in mid-March.Melton … more
  The Chatsworth Lions Club is partnering with the Chattanooga Area Food Bank and Feed America on Saturday for food distribution to local families. A variety of food items will be … more
ATLANTA – Gov. Brian Kemp readied the Georgia National Guard Wednesday in response to riots at the U.S. Capitol by President Donald Trump’s supporters protesting the Electoral College … more
ATLANTA - Most of Georgia’s Republican members of Congress stuck with earlier pledges in the wee hours of Thursday morning and opposed certifying President-elect Joe Biden’s Electoral … more
A rash of COVID-19 cases among county workers has led to the closing of the Courthouse Annex. A handful of employees remains on the job, but the building is closed to the public, according to … more
Turnout for the runoff election on Tuesday was “steady” according to veteran poll workers at several voting sites. Voters were deciding the outcomes of two U.S. Senate and a state Public … more
Murray County High School lost one of its biggest fans and most fervent boosters on Thursday. Bernard Broome, of Chatsworth, died in the hospital after a month-long fight with a combination of … more
NORTH GA – In response to the upcoming expansion of eligibility for COVID-19 vaccination in Georgia, county health departments in North Georgia Health District 1-2 will transition their focus … more
March 18, 2020Our office will be following the President’s Coronavirus Guidelines for America as well as Governor Kemp’s Guidelines to slow the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) and our … more
Murray County basketball games scheudled for tomorrow at Sonoraville have been postponed. The makeup date is Jan. 28 -- varsity only -- at 6 and 7:30 p.m.  more
    The Murray County Courthouse Annex is closed to the public this week, due to multiple cases of COVID 19 among county staff. Commissioner Greg Hogan, who has COVID himself, said … more
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