THOMASVILLE — Archbold officials report there have been 138 positive test results for COVID-19 across its system, and 10 deaths from the novel coronavirus.
THOMASVILLE — A Thomas County Sheriff’s Office captain will not be able to attend funerals for two relatives who died in recent days. Neither will he be able to visit with family members.
ATLANTA — The Secretary of State created a new task force Monday to protect the security of widespread absentee ballot voting during the Georgia primary.
LIVE OAK — Thirteen new confirmed cases of the COVID-19 coronavirus were announced Monday morning by the Florida Department of Health.
DALTON, Ga — With face masks among the most-needed items for health care professionals as they battle the new coronavirus (COVID-19) from the front lines, representatives of Shaw Industries and Whitfield County Schools are among those lending helping hands.
DALTON, Ga. — While many local administrators, teachers and students hoped school could resume before the end of the 2019-20 academic term, those hopes were dashed on Wednesday when Gov. Brian Kemp shut down public schools for the rest of the year.
ATLANTA — Georgia’s coastal cities were quick to shutdown beaches to curb the spread of COVID-19. That was until Gov. Brian Kemp’s shelter-in-place order late last week reopened the beaches.
U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams on Sunday described the next week in the country's fight against COVID-19 as "our Pearl Harbor moment."
LIVE OAK — An 18th confirmed case of the COVID-19 coronavirus in Suwannee County was announced Sunday morning by the Florida Department of Health.
VALDOSTA — Sunday saw no change in confirmed coronavirus cases in Lowndes County, according to the noon update of the Georgia Department of Public Health daily status report.
ATLANTA — Pharmacists across Georgia are trying to ease the fear of medication shortages in order to stave off the stockpiling that would turn those fears into reality.
LIVE OAK — Suwannee County’s caseload of confirmed COVID-19 cases has continued to rise, with the Florida Department of Health announcing six more cases Saturday morning.
The department that handles Florida's unemployment applications has collapsed under unprecedented demand, spurring lawmakers to call for audits and firings as the state wrestles with helping jobless residents access urgently needed benefits.
CAIRO — Graduating seniors at Cairo High School will take part in a virtual graduation ceremony next month in lieu of an in-person gathering.
DALTON, Ga. — From Austria to Slovakia to South Korea to Japan, several countries are strongly encouraging, sometimes even mandating, that citizens wear masks to cover their noses and mouths when they go out in public to reduce the spread of the new coronavirus (COVID-19).
LIVE OAK — Suwannee County has reached 10 confirmed cases of the COVID-19 Coronavirus, the Florida Department of Health announced Friday morning with three additional cases.
MOULTRIE, Ga. — Following consultation with city and county officials, organizers of next week's Holy Week Bible Reading plan to hold the annual event as scheduled.
A two-week saga spanning two oceans ended Thursday in Fort Lauderdale when two Carnival Cruise Line ships carrying about 2,400 passengers and crew, including 230 displaying COVID-19 symptoms, docked at Port Everglades.
NASHVILLE — The newest special assistant U.S. attorney was sworn into office March 25 in Albany — although she never left Berrien County that day.
MOULTRIE, Ga. — Deaths at Colquitt Regional Medical Center attributed to the novel coronavirus more than doubled overnight from two Wednesday evening to five by noon Thursday.
LIVE OAK — Facing more questions than answers as to what is and isn’t essential in the wake of Florida’s stay-at-home order, Suwannee County officials are looking to change that.
ATLANTA — Gov. Brian Kemp released his shelter-in-place order Thursday evening that mandates Georgia residents stay in their homes with few exceptions.
CAIRO — The Cairo Police Department is warning residents to abide by an emergency order issued last week mandating that residents avoid gatherings of 10 or more people.
THOMASVILLE — Eighty-two people have tested positive for COVID-19, the novel coronavirus, across its facilities, Archbold officials reported Thursday.
This Week's Circulars
Mrs. Carol "Janet" Hunt Avery, 73, of McAlpin, Florida passed away early Tuesday morning, March 31, 2020. She was born in Hildreth, Florida on February 17, 1947 to Mack and Addie Slocum Hunt. Mrs. Avery worked as a Bellsouth telephone operator for twenty years. She was a devoted member of th…
Abraham Matthews, 45, McAlpin, FL passed away on Saturday, March 21, 2020. The Gainesville, FL native lived most of his life in McAlpin and was of Methodist faith. He loved trains, the Confederate, history and flea markets. Mr. Matthews is survived by his mother: Kathy Wilson; father: Joe Ma…
On Sunday, March 15, 2020, Robert W. Nicholson, Sr., loving husband and father of five children, passed away at the age of 87. He was preceded in death by his father and mother, 13 siblings, son Chuck Nicholson, and grandson Rocky Nicholson. He was a Korean War Veteran and a sheet metal mech…
- Health department announces new COVID-19 cases in Florida
- Suwannee County officials make non-essential business list
- Need a Mask sews free masks for those who need them
- Scaff faces discipline for misconduct
- Suwannee County increases to 17 confirmed COVID-19 cases
- Suwannee County’s 18th confirmed case announced
- Suwannee County’s 11th COVID-19 case announced
- Suwannee County up to six confirmed COVID-19 cases
- Tornado touches down in southwestern Suwannee County
- Teen reported missing from Lake City