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The Social Circle fair brought good ole' laughter and fun last week. Here are some snapshots to recap the joy.
Fun for a good cause is coming to Social Circle Oct. 21-25.
Large crowds gathered in Social Circle for the city's 20th Annual Social Circle Friendship Festival and Parade Saturday.
You may have seen a city of people cleaning up the streets of Social Circle before, but here are some numbers and details on the City-Wide Cleanup that took place Saturday morning.
Bella Salon cut a ribbon with an oversized pair of scissors, but there were plenty of scissors inside to be ready for business.
Cooperation between the FBI and local authorities and counterterrorism remains the FBI's priority, according to Social Circle Police Chief Terry Sosebee, who attended a meeting and press conference with FBI director James Comey during his visit to Atlanta's field office Friday, August 22.
A big piece of local history is on the move.
About 90 people joined James and Audrey Usry at their home in Social Circle to meet and greet U.S. Senate candidate David Perdue and his wife Bonnie Thursday.
Residents of, and travelers passing through, Social Circle will soon notice an improvement in the visual appeal of the historic city, while still retaining its small-town splendor.
A Social Circle resident was arrested Wednesday in Florida for three counts of child molestation.
The Social Circle Police Department took home three awards from the National Interdiction Conference in Nashville on April 2, including 2013 Investigator of the Year.
Celeste Sigman Dupree's 156-year-old house can soon call a new site home, thanks to an anonymous donor and other community members who fought for 10 years to raise the funds needed to save the historic building.
The Welcome Inn will soon be a memory. The building frequently seen on television in the late 80's on the NBC television hit series "in the heat of the night." Tadio Robinson with Enviro Masters told me he and his crew were there to remove hazardous materials including asbestos before the wrecking ball could do the rest. The complete destruction of the building should occur within the next week.
History was both represented and made at Social Circle's American Legion Post 332 Thursday night.
Celeste Sigman Dupree devoted the latter part of her life to saving some of Social Circle's oldest, most historic homes. Now, it's her home, a Greek Revival house built in 1858, that needs saving again.