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LAWRENCEVILLE — The National Weather Service has issued a freeze warning for Lawrence County from 1 a.m. to 9 a.m. on Friday, Oct. 16. Sub-freezing temperatures as low as 30 degrees are expected. more
LAWRENCEVILLE — The Lawrence County Health Department was notified on Oct. 14 that eight additional Lawrence County residents have tested positive for the COVID-19 virus through the LCHD.  more
LAWRENCEVILLE — The Lawrence Public Library will host a Halloween book giveaway for children in pre-kindergarten through the third grade. more
LAWRENCE COUNTY — Lawrence County Clerk Will Gibson has issued a statement regarding a burn ban for Lawrence County which begins immediately and will remain in effect until further notice. more
SUMNER — The Sumner City Council took steps forward to improve the walkways and roadways of Sumner. With the gift of more than $40,000 to go towards sidewalks, the city is pursuing additional grant money to resurface streets. more
LAWRENCEVILLE — Lawrence County voters will have the chance to say they want to show Chicago the door on Nov. 3. more
ROBINSON — Domestic violence is prevalent in every community, including our own. One in three women and one in four men in the United States have experienced some form of physical violence by an intimate partner. October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Thirty-one days dedicated to putting an end to the stigma of violence in the home and who’s to blame. more
BRIDGEPORT — The Bridgeport City Council met in regular session on Oct. 13 where city superintendent Shannon Selby announced that leaf pick-up would begin on Monday, Oct. 19. more
LAWRENCEVILLE — The United Methodist Village in Lawrenceville hosted a drive-through Halloween parade for its residents on Oct. 14. A group of approximately 20 vehicles gathered at Lawrenceville High School before making their way through the circle drive at the UMV. more
LAWRENCEVILLE — The Lawrence County Health Department was notified on Oct. 13 that three additional Lawrence County residents have tested positive for the COVID-19 virus through the LCHD.  more
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