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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
Nursing homes in Georgia began receiving the first wave of COVID-19 vaccines on Monday, bringing relief to the state’s most vulnerable group of people who have been hit hard by the virus for … more
ATLANTA - The Small Business Development Center at the University of Georgia will offer free online seminars next week to update business owners on the $900 billion coronavirus relief package … more
Kirby Patterson, a former Murray County commissioner and Chatsworth police chief, died last Wednesday at Parkridge Medical Center. He was 82. “Kirby gave me my first job out of high … more
Murray County expects to be out of the hospital business in six years. County officials and Adventist Health System Georgia (AHSG), on Dec. 15, signed off on a deal which transfers ownership of … more
ATLANTA– U.S. Senators David Perdue (R-GA) and Kelly Loeffler (R-GA) helped secure unanimous Senate passage of the Jimmy Carter National Historical Park Redesignation Act, a bill that … more
The annual Christmas parade through downtown Chatsworth, which featured floats, marchers, antique vehicles and an appearance by Santa Claus, was held Sunday. more
    A lawsuit seeking to restore nearly 200,000 Georgia voters with canceled registrations before the U.S. Senate runoff elections next month was shot down by a federal judge on … more
Murray County School Superintendent Steve Loughridge hopes “a soft opening” will make the return to school after the Christmas break smoother and safer. Loughridge told The Times on … more
Georgia’s members to the Electoral College have cast their 16 votes for a Democratic presidential candidate for the first time in nearly 30 years.President-elect Joe Biden was formally declared … more
The 31st annual North Georgia Mountain Christmas Parade will take place on Saturday at 6 p.m. in Chatsworth.   More than 40 floats have been signed up for the parade, according to Diane … more
Georgia could have “several hundred thousand doses” of COVID-19 vaccines in the next week or so for distribution to health-care workers and elderly care facilities, according to the … more
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