2010 House of Horrors
The Hogansville House of Horrors offered up plenty of chills and thrills last Saturday night, and the ghouls will be back for more hauntings this weekend and next.
This is the first year that opening night for the haunted house was held immediately following the Hummingbird Festival, and it . . . → Read More: House of Horrors Opening Night a Success
Hogansville’s annual Hummingbird Festival is always a much-anticipated event, offering free entertainment, arts and crafts to tempt holiday shoppers, and a huge variety of Southern and international food. It also coincides with the homecoming of many Hogansville High School and West End High School alumni.
This year, Jackie Neighbors Villani and Nancy Daniel Pye . . . → Read More: Hogansville High and West End High Alumni Activities
Hogansville’s signature event, the annual Hummingbird Festival, is right around the corner. Volunteers have been busy decorating the downtown area in preparation for the free event.
Beginning Saturday, October 17, over 200 vendors will set up their booths in the downtown area, offering a wide variety of arts and crafts. Demonstrating artists will exhibit . . . → Read More: 2010 Hogansville Hummingbird Festival
The Hogansville Charitable Trust, the non-profit organization that sponsors the city’s annual Hummingbird Festival, has selected a painting to represent this year’s Festival.
Hogansville resident Clint Robinson’s colorful painting of the old Royal Theater was unveiled at a recent Festival planning committee meeting.
“It’s fabulous,” said graphic artist and Festival volunteer Leah Leidner. . . . → Read More: 2010 Hummingbird Festival Poster Art Selected
The 16 finalists at last Saturday’s fifth round of competition in the West Georgia Idol contest had clearly heeded the advice of the judges from the previous four weeks. In the final round this week, the audience will decide which of the 12 remaining contestants will be the grand prize winner.
Final 12 . . . → Read More: Audience to Select Winner of West Georgia Idol Contest
A large crowd gathered last Friday for the groundbreaking ceremony of Phase I of the Tower Trail walking trail. Hogansville Council members Jean Crocker, Bobby Joe Frazier, Jack Leider and Thomas Pike were in attendance, as well as representatives of the Hogansville Charitable Trust, the Downtown Development Authority, and the LaGrange-Troup County Chamber of . . . → Read More: Tower Trail Walking Trail
A young black bear wandered into town last week and caused quite a sensation. As people gathered to get a glimpse of the bear, it climbed a tree near a citizen’s house. The police were called, as well as rangers from the Department of Natural Resources. Once the bear came down from the tree, . . . → Read More: Black Bear Visits Hogansville