News Line for Social Circle

Social Circle police win national awards
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.
Source: Covington News

Social Circle Police Department, officer receive national recognition
The Social Circle Police Department, along with one of its officers, was recognized recently by a national law enforcement organization.
Source: Newton Citizen

Social Circle PD, officer earn national awards
The Social Circle Police Department brought home an agency award, as well as two individual awards, from the recent National Interdiction Conference.
Source: Walton Tribune

SPLOST to fund third Social Circle fire station
Social Circle is set for a new fire station to be built in 2016. It is the third item on the SPLOST list and officials have budgeted $600,000 for the project.
Source: Walton Tribune

Social Circle plans new fire station
A new fire station is set to go up in Social Circle before the end of the year.
Source: Covington News

Social Circle officials purchase land for new library
Plans have been set to relocate the city’s library to a new site as a part of a restoration of the downtown area.
Source: Walton Tribune

Social Circle buys land for library
Social Circle’s regional library needs more space, and the city needs to be better prepared for a proposal for state funds to build a new facility.
Source: Covington News

Social Circle's well house damaged in auto accident
The historic well house that stands as a symbol of “Georgia’s Greatest Little Town” took a hit over the weekend when a motorist plowed into it early Saturday morning.
Source: Newton Citizen

Social Circle Council wraps up year approving projects
The city council held its last public meeting of the year Tuesday and approved several projects and measures in preparation for the upcoming year.
Source: Walton Tribune

Social Circle election results
For District 1 of the city council, Scott Simpkins won against incumbent Traysa Price with 62.33 percent of the votes. For District 3 of the city council incumbent David Keener won with 62.23 percent of the votes.
Source: Covington News

Simpkins bests Price for Social Circle council seat
“Georgia’s Greatest little Town” saw the re-election of one incumbent and a newcomer in the city council elections on Tuesday.
Source: Walton Tribune

Council addresses Stanton Springs contract
During the Oct. 14 meeting of the Madison Mayor and City Council, the council discussed a supplemental contract between the Municipal Gas Authority of Georgia and the City of Madison regarding a joint service project between Madison, Social Circle and Covington to provide natural gas for the Stanton Springs development.
Source: Morgan County Citizen