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With the start of classes in Murray County only two weeks away and the COVID-19 Delta variant surging, School Superintendent Steve Loughridge said the plan is for students to return to the classroom … more
The City of Chatsworth will hold three public meetings to discuss a proposed property tax increase. Mayor K.W. Gong has proposed raising the city’s millage rate from 3.0 to 3.1. Gong said … more
ATLANTA - State School Superintendent Richard Woods was recently hospitalized with a serious case of COVID-19 despite having been vaccinated, Woods announced Tuesday in a written statement urging … more
Auctioneer David McDaniel asks for bids on a rocking horse at the 24th annual Spring Place Community Festival on Saturday. See page B3 for additional photos.  more
DALTON – Hamilton Health Care System will host a drive-through back-to-school celebration at Hamilton Physician Group – Murray Campus, 800 GI Maddox Parkway in Chatsworth, on Thursday, … more
ATLANTA - Gov. Brian Kemp issued an executive order Thursday prohibiting local governments in Georgia from imposing mask mandates to discourage the spread of COVID-19.The cities of Atlanta and … more
Chatsworth Water Works Commission (CWWC) experienced a minor sewer overflow on August 17, 2021 from a manhole at the intersection of 2nd Avenue and Peachtree Street. The overflow was a direct result … more
North Georgia Health District officials announced that public health departments in Cherokee, Fannin, Gilmer, Murray, Pickens and Whitfield counties will provide a third dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech … more
“Rooted in Red Clay” is the theme of the 24th annual Spring Place Community Festival on Saturday. The festival will start at 8 a.m. at Old Spring Place Methodist Church just off Georgia … more
Soon after Kensel Headrick and Gary Cruse met at Murray County High School in 1963, they came to blows. “I have no idea why or how,” Kensel said of the brief fray. “It was … more
ATHENS – Georgia 4-H hosted the annual State 4-H Congress, a week-long competition and celebration in Atlanta on July 20-23, 2021. This year represented the 78th annual State Congress, as last … more
ATLANTA - Georgia’s health agency will more than double the number of temporary hospital staff to help cope with the current surge in COVID-19 patients, Gov. Brian Kemp announced Monday.The … more
  Murray and North Murray’s softball teams were washed out on Tuesday. The Lady Indians were scheduled to host Region 6-AAA rival Lakeview Fort-Oglethorpe and the game has yet to be … more
ATLANTA - The United States, including Georgia, became more urban and more diverse during the last decade, according to U.S. Census results released Thursday.The first detailed data from the 2020 … more
CHATSWORTH – The First Chatsworth Bankshares, Inc. merger with Heritage First Bancshares, Inc., parent company of Heritage First Bank and First National Community Bank was finalized on July 1, … more
ATLANTA - Georgia has won another legal battle in the decades-long tri-state water wars.U.S. District Judge Thomas Thrash sided with Georgia this week in a lawsuit the state of Alabama filed … more
ATLANTA-- Georgia Public Library Service and the Digital Library of Georgia are pleased to announce the addition of over 67,000 pages of newspapers dating from 1882-1985 to the Georgia Historic … more
Everyone seems to be in agreement that the track needs to be replaced at Murray County High School, but how much and who to pay for the work has led to a rare dispute on the Murray County School … more
Under a new policy approved by the Murray County Board of Education last Thursday, students will be able to attend an “out-of-district” school if they have been in the school’s … more
Jonathan Dycus, a teacher at the Pleasant Valley Innovative School in Murray County School, is the recipient of one of nine PAGE Professional Scholarships sponsored by the Professional Association of … more
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