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The Veterans Celebration Parade will start down U.S. 411 at 1 p.m. on Saturday. But a manpower shortage may lead to a shortening of the parade route this year.Chatsworth Police Chief Josh Etheridge … more
ATLANTA - Four Democrats and two Republicans want U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene’s job.But only one has raised even half the campaign cash the controversial Greene, R-Rome, amassed during the … more
ATLANTA - Jovita Moore, one of metro Atlanta’s most recognized news anchors, died overnight after a battle with brain cancer.Her passing was confirmed by WSB-TV Channel 2, where she had been … more
ATLANTA - One week from a special legislative session called to redraw Georgia’s legislative and congressional maps, the Georgia Senate Democratic Caucus released its proposed legislative … more
President Joe Biden’s revised - but still massive - infrastructure spending bill includes several major wins for Georgia’s two Democratic U.S. senators.The $1.75 trillion reconciliation … more
Trees are now on sale for Christmas in the Park. Trees may be purchased by businesses, clubs, schools, churches, individuals and any other organizations. Trees can also be purchased in memory or … more
The Veterans Celebration Parade, canceled last year because of COVID-19, will return to the streets of Chatsworth on Saturday Nov. 6.The parade will start at 1 p.m. “We just want to give the … more
Keeping “at risk” students in school and working towards graduation is a primary goal at Pleasant Valley Innovative School in Eton. Working towards this goal is a team of people -- and … more
Area residents will soon have another place to grab a bite to eat.Jack’s Family Restaurants, headquartered in Birmingham, Ala., will break ground later this year on a new restaurant in Eton, … more
Noting a lack of remorse for his crime, Superior Court Judge Cindy Morris sentenced Anthony “Leon” Tony Brown of Crandall to consecutive sentences totaling 50 years.Brown pleaded guilty … more
  ATLANTA – As of today, 50% of all Georgians (5,154,793) are fully vaccinated against COVID-19. The CDC considers individuals fully vaccinated two weeks after their second dose of a … more
  A search for a Murray County man reported missing since Monday morning has been "scaled back," according to Emergency Management Director Dewayne Bain. Bain told The Times that … more
Breast cancer, the second most common cancer among women after skin cancer, is when cells in the breast grow out of control. Finding breast cancer early is critical because it’s easier to … more
The Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program administered by the Georgia Division of Family and Children Services will open to the Homebound and Elderly households on Nov. 1.Homebound households are … more
Georgia’s leading water protection coalition, this week, released its Clean 13 report for 2021. The report highlights individuals, businesses, industries, non-profit organizations and … more
Submitted by Georgia Department of Public Health Breast cancer, the second most common cancer among women after skin cancer, is when cells in the breast grow out of control. Finding breast cancer … more
Murray County Industrial Development Authority CEO Eli Falls told The Times on Monday that lawyers were going over the details on an agreement which would bring a large manufacturing company to … more
Lance Cpl. Jonothan Franklin Barnette, a 24-yard old Marine from Chatsworth, was killed on Oct. 3 in a training accident at the Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center in Twentynine Palms, … more
School system officials, students, family and friends turned out on a blustery Saturday morning to recognize a Spring Place family’s crucial contribution to the construction of the playground … more
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