Local business owners may see an increase in occupational taxes for the City of Gray if council members follow a recommendation received at a recent committee meeting. The topic was
Residents in a Jones County neighborhood continue to be unhappy about construction taking place and the support – or lack thereof – from the Board of Commissioners about their concerns.
The Jones County Board of Commissioners set the county’s millage rate last week with no increase for taxpayers. Board chairman Chris Weidner called the Aug. 30 meeting to order that
The finance committee of the Gray City Council met last week to look at the 2019 budget and consider the millage rate for taxpayers. The Aug. 30 meeting was called
Questions concerning the wording of the indictment in a case alleging the abuse of an elderly man may delay a final resolution. Public defender Sherri Smith argued her motions of
Gray Elementary School invited parents out for Cupcakes and Conversation, an event to help parents meet the administration and ask questions about the well-being of their children. Leslie Poythress, principal,
The question of who will be Gray’s next Mayor Pro Tem was answered last week, but exactly when he will officially take office has not been announced. James Collins turned
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