September 25, 2018

FPD Lt. Brooks receives 20-year service award

(Franklin/Times-Journal) -- The Mayor and Council of the City of Franklin, Georgia, met in regular session Thursday, September 6, 2018 at City Hall at 6:30 p.m. All council members were in attendance except councilmember Cynthia Putzek, she was away on business trip. The meeting opened with a public hearing on the tax increase to be adopted by the Mayor … [Read more...]

Local paramedic receives 30-year Service Award

(Franklin/Times-Journal) -- The Heard County Commissioners met on August 28, 2018 at the administration building in Franklin. All Commissioners were in attendance. Chairman Boone called the meeting to order, gave the invocation and led everyone in the pledge to the flag. Commissioners presented Tim Rogers, Heard County EMS paramedic, with a 30-year service … [Read more...]

BOC Presents Service Award

(Franklin/Times-Journal) -- The Heard County Commissioners met on June 26, 2018 in the administration building in Franklin. All Commissioners were in attendance. Chairman Boone called the meeting to order gave the invocation and led everyone in the pledge to the flag. The commissioners presented Heard County Transit employee, Rosa Moreland with a 20-year … [Read more...]

911 Dispatcher Receives Service Award

(Franklin/Times-Journal) -- The Heard County Commissioners met on May 22, 2018 at 6:30pm in the administration building in Franklin. All commissioners were in attendance. Chairman Boone called the meeting to order gave the invocation and led everyone in the pledge to the flag. Commissioners presented 911 dispatcher Ms. Martha Kilgore with a 20-year service … [Read more...]

Centralhatchee Public Library Grand Opening & Super Saturday

(Centralhatchee/Times-Journal) -- Centralhatchee Public Library opened their door for the first time at their soft opening on May 22nd at 11:00 am. The new facility was made possible by SPLOST dollars and State Funding. Centralhatchee Elementary School's amazing group of 2nd graders and teachers, Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. Dorsey showed their support and … [Read more...]

Heard County Courthouse Undergoing Complete Overhaul

(Franklin/Times-Journal) -- For over 20 years, grand juries in every session have asked that changes be made to address deficiencies in the Heard County Courthouse. Built in the early 1960’s, the building has been plagued with problems for many years; inadequate office space, inefficient, aging HVAC systems, design flaws, security deficiencies, and … [Read more...]

BOC Discusses Plans to Revamp Glover Park

(Franklin/Times-Journal) -- The Heard County Commissioners met on April 24, 2018 in the administration building in Franklin. All Commissioners were in attendance. Chairman Boone called the meeting to order and Commissioner Hooks gave the invocation and led everyone in the pledge to the flag. The first item on the agenda was a public hearing for the special … [Read more...]

BOC discusses Opioid Multi-District Litigation

(Franklin/Times-Journal) -- The Heard County Board of Commissioners met on March 27, 2018 in the administration building in Franklin. All Commissioners were in attendance except Commissioner Joe Adams. Chairman Boone called the meeting to order, gave the invocation and led everyone in the pledge to the flag. Boone introduced invited guests Henry Jacobs, … [Read more...]

Heard Chamber honors STAR Student and Teacher

(Franklin/Times-Journal) -- The Heard County Chamber of Commerce hosted the Spring Education Luncheon on March 13 at the Franklin Community Center. The Spring Luncheon was held to honor Heard County High School Senior, Sarah Grace Rogers as the 2018 Heard County STAR Student. Sarah Grace is the daughter of Greg and Vicki Rogers from Ephesus. Upon … [Read more...]

Chamber of Commerce Annual Dinner

(Franklin/Times-Journal) -- On Friday, January 26 Heard County Chamber held their 52nd Annual Membership Dinner at 6:30 pm in the Heard County Middle School Gym on Old Field Road in Franklin. The theme of the annual dinner was “Growing for Tomorrow.” Each table had a pine cone as a centerpiece to go with the theme. “As a small community we are looking for … [Read more...]