Winnsboro Police Department (WPD) continues not to take some 911 calls from the Franklin Parish Sheriff’s Department, according to Sheriff Kevin Cobb.
Winnsboro assets exceeded its liabilities by approximately $7.3 million while auditors listed no findings, according to a Legislative Auditor’s report released Jan. 12.
Winnsboro has been awarded a $3.53 million Louisiana Community Development Block Grant (LCDBG) grant to repair its aging sewer system, announced Mayor John Dumas Tuesday morning.
Franklin Parish Sheriff’s Office net position totaled approximately $18.8 million as of June 30, according to an audit by Louisiana Legislative Auditor’s report.
University of Louisiana Monroe President Dr. Ron Berry and Head Football Coach Terry Bowden will be the guest speakers at the Winnsboro-Franklin Parish Chamber of Commerce’s 72nd Installation Banquet.
Top story for 2021 was Franklin Parish turning into a icy landscape with a winter storm freezing roads, closing schools, businesses and thousands losing power.
Winnsboro Municipal Airport is set to receive $159,000 from an Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) grant, according to U.S. Sen. Bill Cassidy.
Franklin Parish school system recorded a 61.9 simulated performance score, according to the latest Louisiana Department of Education (LDOE) figures.
Gilbert officials continue to wait on USDA funding to refurbish its sewer system, according to Cinnamon Gooding, with McManus Consulting Engineers of Monroe.
Police Jury members will vote Thursday on a proposed 2022 budget with a general fund income totaling approximately $869,593 while expenses reach $805,300.
A state House of Representatives committee voted earlier this week to reject a rule that would add COVID-19 vaccines to the immunization schedule for K-12 schools following a wave of backlash from parents decrying the proposed mandate as government overreach.
Construction continues on Franklin Parish Library’s HVAC system and should be completed within two weeks while project managers wait on roofing supplies, said Onie Parker, director.
A Winnsboro man has been charged with multiple counts of rape, kidnapping and armed robbery, according to Franklin Parish Sheriff’s Office.
As family and friends gathered for Thanksgiving festivities, Louisiana State Police Troopers investigated multiple fatality crashes throughout our state.