Social Circle residents Taylor Morris and Kristin Jones have long been dedicated to the revitalization of Social Circle’s business community, choosing to open their chic women’s boutique — Barbed Wire and Lace — in the quaint city last fall. Upon success of the unusually named women’s fashion store, the duo has now decided to take their dream of a vibrant town one step further, relocating to a larger area in the heart of the historic district — downtown Social Circle.
Social Circle’s long-anticipated bypass route, now officially named Social Circle Parkway, will open for travel June 2, approximately five months sooner than the November completion expected.
In wake of national crises for law enforcement accountability, the Social Circle Police Department resolved Tuesday to implement body cameras on each of the agency’s 14 officers.
MONROE — Walton County’s mayors all took some time to, as Monroe Mayor Greg Thompson said, “brag on” their respective cities at the Walton County Chamber of Commerce’s annual State of the Cities meeting Wednesday.
Tuesday will mark a decade since the lives of those who knew Tina Marie Hill changed forever.
SOCIAL CIRCLE — Plans for the city’s new fire station are a go as the mayor and city council unanimously approved the project during last week’s council meeting.
At their meeting last Tuesday, Social Circle City Council members approved Interim City Manager Ross Hubbard’s proposed recruitment process for city manager, which will begin as early as May 6.
Renee Holland, affectionately known as the “Blueberry Queen” in gardening circles around the state due to her research on blueberries, recently conducted a workshop at the Social Circle Theater.
SOCIAL CIRCLE — Planning and Zoning Commission Chairman Kent Adams went before the mayor and council Tuesday to discuss a request to divide property. While the discussion about making 246 E. Hightower Trail three residential lots instead of one sparked a lengthy discussion amongst council members, in the end the matter was tabled.
Dollar General will celebrate the opening of its new location at 8 a.m. Saturday at 58 Highway 11 in Social Circle with free prizes and special deals.
SC Theater prepares to perform classic tale
Design boutique opens inspired by Pinterest
Social Circle interim manager left California job amid financial turmoil
Recognized for drug work, event
White to work at Bobby Dodd Institute beginning April 6
Social Circle council extends White’s service but offers little more
Concerns about mental state do not trump worry of health
Social Circle resident Nicholas Carter earned top honors among the 30 Georgia State Patrol cadets who recently graduated from the 96th Trooper School.
Silver Award project aims at helping SCMS teachers
Walton County Superior Court Judge Eugene Benton filed an order of recusal Friday related to the civil case filed against Social Circle Councilman Steve Shelton.
Preston Holt, 53, of Social Circle, will proceed to trial for the March 11, 2012 murder of Dana Baynes.
An open records request made by the Tribune seeking more information related to the dismissal of Social Circle City Manager Doug White was denied by City Attorney Joe Reitman on Monday.
Sue Lee uses experience at local theater in writing
City officials offer no explanation for White’s dismissal
Charged with obstruction, battery of police officer
Officer reportedly hit by unidentified man during traffic stop
Councilman’s attorney says officials violated state law
Empowerment reason for pageant program
Bridging the Gap set for Saturday
Jett coaches hoops team at state Special Olympics
Building economy, social needs major planks in platform
SOCIAL CIRCLE — The city council approved several items in December, including a clothesline ordinance that drew debate among elected leaders.
Social Circle business to close after 94 years.
Stewart takes over as owner at Social Circle gym
Performance to feature song, dance, skits
Future uncertain as Social Circle family-owned general store sold
Social Circle man breaks into woman’s house, takes her gun
Veterans Day is nearly here and multiple schools are holding events this week and next to honor the men and women who have served in America’s armed forces.
Jackie Plyler brings life experience to Social Circle
SC chic boutique focuses on fashion
Barge enjoys activities at Social Circle Elementary
Nonprofit will sell higher end items
Social Circle official files complaint alleging mistreatment by officer
20th annual event set to be the best
Will remained zoned as agriculture for next year
Edwards wants locals to recognize new name
Social Circle players old and new ready for new stadium
U.S. senator talks politics at Social Circle Rotary Club meeting
Counterterrorism among key topics
Board says 17 percent hike not related to new stadium
Move into annex helps expand opportunities
WCSO offers traffic control
Main Street efforts meet high standards
Burgess named Volunteer of Year
A CSX employee was injured on a railroad track just outside of the General Mills’ distribution center in Social Circle around 1:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Local firefighters to tackle SEALs course
Johnson charged with child cruelty, tendered resignation
Fills Jersey seat vacated by Hester
Georgia’s “Greatest Little Town” really is little, with less than 5,000 residents. But it’s also a logical choice for college graduates looking for good job prospects, with a typical salary of more than $50,000 for those with a college degree. It’s also a youthful spot, with more than 27 percent of locals between 20 and 34 and the crime rate of 2.1 violent incidents per 1,000 residents.