• Board approves Greenhouse space, 2020-2021 calendar


    The Greenhouse was granted a space in the old home economics room at Bagley Middle School at Monday’s Board of Education meeting. The Greenhouse is the child-advocacy center which provides services for children and their parents when abuse is suspected in Murray and Whitfield counties. Services include forensic interviews, therapy, and medical exams. “Many of […]

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  • Three arrested in drug investigations

    Three people were arrested on drug charges in two separate incidences in Murray County. According to Jimmy Davenport, Chief Deputy: Dwayne Sitton and Brittany Prince were charged trafficking methamphetamine, possession with intent to distribute and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, and drug related objects. The arrest came after deputies obtained a search […]

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  • “Every.One.Counts.” Chamber hosts census lunch and learn

    Every.One.Counts. in the 2020 Census according to the message brought by The Georgia Department of Community Affairs at Wednesday’s Lunch and Learn. The Eton-Chatsworth-Murray County Chamber of Commerce hosts the event. Rusty Haygood, deputy commissioner for the department said they hoped by focusing on the 2020 Census, people would understand how it impacts Georgia. Beth […]

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  • High school reading intervention shows early results


    Programs to increase success in reading and English-Language Arts was the focus of Thursday’s Murray County Board of Education work session. The regular meeting is Monday, January 13, at 6 p.m. at 1006 Green Road, Chatsworth. A program to help struggling ninth- and tenth-grade students at Murray High School and North Murray High School started […]

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  • Commissioner sets qualifying fees, addresses inspection fee

    Murray County Annext

      Qualifying will open March 2 and run through March 6 statewide and Murray County’s Sole Commissioner, Greg Hogan, set the qualifying fees for the county’s elected offices ahead of a big election year that will see most posts on the ballot. The qualifying fees are based on three-percent of the base salary of the position. […]

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  • UPDATED: Chatsworth swears in new mayor, aldermen


    Chatsworth City Council kicked off the new year by swearing in recently-elected K.W. Gong as mayor and aldermen Jeff Cloer and Fred Welch. Gong said he felt optimistic about the city’s growth. “I see substantial growth in the next two to three years,” he said after the meeting. Gong cited growing business and industrial interest […]

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