Spalding County Magistrate Court is scheduled to hold preliminary hearings Tuesday, July 27 in the Magistrate Courtroom at the Spalding County Jail.
Spalding County Magistrate Court had preliminary hearings Tuesday, July 20, 2021 in the Magistrate Courtroom at the Spalding County Jail.
Residents will have the opportunity Tuesday night to comment on a request to rezone 18.8 acres on Country Club Drive — the site of The Club at Shoal Creek — to allow the issuance of an alcohol license requested by a potential buyer interested in the property.
One of the four suspects arrested in connection with a string of recent car break-ins reported throughout the city is scheduled to appear in court on Tuesday.
Rezoning requests to accommodate Holliday Springs, a proposed 283-unit subdivision to be developed on the south side of Griffin, are expected to come before the City of Griffin Board of Commissioners at its meeting Tuesday night.
A Griffin woman facing felony aggravated assault charges in connection to a dispute that severely injured her mother is expected to appear at a preliminary hearing on Tuesday.
A blue jay takes off with a nut while another continues to forage in the background, just off the tee box on the fifth hole at the Griffin City Golf Course on July 7 in Griffin.
Two Griffin men arrested in connection with a Feb. 22 home invasion that left the victim seriously injured have been indicted by a Spalding County grand jury.
At the end of the Griffin-Spalding County Board of Education’s regularly scheduled monthly meeting on Tuesday, Superintendent Keith Simmons gave a 10-minute presentation on the state of the fiber broadband infrastructure coming to various parts of Spalding County.
Nine people spoke passionately about race-relation issues, mostly centered on Critical Race Theory, during the public comment section of the Griffin-Spalding County Board of Education’s regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday at the Learning Center downtown.
Perhaps the most anticipated topic on the Griffin-Spalding County Board of Education’s agenda during its regularly scheduled monthly meeting Tuesday was its back-to-school plans.
The city of Griffin’s Planning and Zoning Board voted Monday night to recommend the denial of rezoning requests to accommodate a proposed 283-unit subdivision on the southside of Griffin.
Griffin First Assembly held a send-off on Saturday afternoon for U.S. Olympian Daniel Roberts. Roberts, who attended the church with his family while growing up, qualified in the 110-meter hurdles during the Olympic Trials last month in Eugene, Ore. The Tokyo Olympics open on Friday, July 23…
The number of new cases of COVID-19 and its variants are beginning to rise in Georgia, and state health officials are saying COVID vaccination is crucial to stopping its spread.
The Spalding County Board of Commissioners on Monday night announced the hiring of Steve Ledbetter as county manager. Ledbetter, who currently serves as mayor and chief executive officer of the city of Woodbury, will start his new job on Aug. 16. Ledbetter replaces William Wilson Jr., who re…
A Griffin man wanted after he reportedly took money left in a local ATM reported to investigators after surveillance video of the incident was posted on the Griffin Police Department’s Facebook page.
A Butts County woman is being held in the Monroe County Jail on several charges after she reportedly led officers on a vehicle pursuit with a child in the back seat of her vehicle.
State Transportation Board member Dana Lemon provided some welcome news for residents and commuters in northern Spalding County — the Jordan Hill Road bridge replacement construction is almost complete.
Spalding County Magistrate Court has preliminary hearings scheduled for Tuesday, July 20, 2021 beginning at 10 a.m. in the Magistrate Courtroom at the Spalding County Jail.
BARNESVILLE — Gordon State College graduates Katie Odegaard and Brandon French met at a GSC Club Day event in 2014 and have remained together since that special day seven years ago.
Spalding County Magistrate Court held preliminary hearings Tuesday, July 13 at in the Magistrate Courtroom at the Spalding County Jail.
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation’s Gang Task Force took part in 549 gang-related investigations during the fiscal year that ended June 30, up from 343 in fiscal 2020, its first full year in operation.
The Griffin-Spalding County School System (GSCS) completed an administrative retreat in the commons area at Griffin High School over two half-day sessions on Wednesday, July 14 and Thursday, July 15.
The Spalding County Board of Commissioners on Monday night will consider approval of a contract with the candidate chosen to fill the county manager job, according to the board’s meeting agenda.
The Spalding County Board of Elections and Voter Registration is expected to begin interviewing applicants next week in its search for the new Spalding County elections supervisor.