TIFTON — The 43rd annual Georgia Peanut Farm Show and Conference on Jan. 17 was attended by more than 1,400 farmers, exhibitors and peanut enthusiasts.
VALDOSTA — “I always said this about Scouting: That the only problem I have with scouting is that it doesn't reach enough people," said Vince Dooley, former head coach at the University of Georgia, at the South Georgia Council Boy Scouts of America 2019 Building Leaders Dinner.
CAIRO — The Grady Electric Membership Co-op is asking for assistance from residents in picking up stray debris that may have been missed during hurricane cleanup.
CHATSWORTH, Ga. — A Murray County man who shot and killed his estranged wife and then shot himself in the face during a standoff with law enforcement pleaded guilty to malice murder on Thursday and was sentenced to life in prison. Oliver Scott Cannon will have to serve 30 years from the date of his arrest before being considered for parole.
TAMPA — With one hashtag just a few hours after being announced as the new offensive coordinator at the University of South Florida, Mayo’s Kerwin Bell told the Bulls and USF fans what to expect.
PERRY, Fla. — Funeral services have been set for the three children who died Sunday after being found trapped in a freezer in Suwannee County.
MOULTRIE, Ga. — Damage at Colquitt County businesses attributed to two teen-agers has grown to more than $55,000 as the boys have been identified as suspects in a fourth vandalism case.
MOULTRIE, Ga. — Three events over the long holiday weekend will commemorate the birthday of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. in Moultrie.
DALTON, Ga. — For former Northwest Whitfield High School basketball player Ryan Dyer, slow and steady is definitely winning the race.
TIFTON — When taking out the trash, it’s important for city residents to know what the rules are to ensure their garbage is picked up.
THOMASVILLE — In a unanimous vote Monday, Thomasville City Council approved utilities rate increases that are projected to prevent a $600,000 capital and operations budget shortfall this year.
THOMASVILLE — A Saturday fight over a man that bled over into Sunday involved gunfire and slashed tires, resulting in three arrests, according to reports.
LIVE OAK, Fla. — With a chance to address Suwannee County’s state legislators Monday, several elected officials and residents expressed their concerns with the environment as well as issues with the education system in the state.
Thomasville Police have a new photograph of the alleged get-away car in a reported bank robbery and hope it will help lead to an arrest of the man who robbed a Synovus Bank branch about 9 a.m. Saturday. This photo of the Acura sedan was taken from surveillance video at a business near the bank. An earlier photo of the car was recorded by Belk, where the suspect parked the vehicle, went to the bank and walked briskly back to the car after the heist.
MOULTRIE, Ga. — A Georgia man who pleaded guilty last week to federal charges was a major meth supplier who distributed the drug widely -- including to a Moultrie ring broken up in 2017 -- from behind bars.
MOULTRIE, Ga. — Colquitt County deputies following up on a tip about the location of a stolen four-wheeler found it -- along with a suspect sitting on it at his residence.
BRANFORD, Fla. — From the first time she took the court for Branford High, scoring 23 points in her varsity debut as a freshman, it was clear Tori Suggs was a special basketball player.
LIVE OAK, Fla. — The Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park announced the lineup for the 2019 Suwannee River Jam, which will take place May 1-4, with some of America's best and legendary country artists — Hank Williams Jr., Trace Adkins, Chase Rice, Clint Black, Gretchen Wilson, Craig Campbell an…
THOMASVILLE — After much heated debate and comments, the Thomasville Payroll Development Authority (PDA), in a 3-2 vote, approved development standards for a Courtyard Marriott on a tract at South Dawson Street and Remington Avenue.
MOULTRIE, Ga. -- Two teen-age boys released to parents after being arrested Saturday in a restaurant burglary were back in custody Monday after two additional businesses were discovered damaged, one of them appallingly.
MOULTRIE, Ga. — Police officers making recent visits to probationers’ residences happened upon drugs and weapons, including a stolen pistol, during two of their stops.
DALTON, Ga. — Construction for Dalton High School's original opening was completed in 1977, and the last new school-sized construction project completed by Dalton Public Schools was in 2005 with the opening of Blue Ridge Elementary School.
- SCSO investigating deaths of three children
- Investigation continues into death of three children
- Another arrest made in Branford shooting
- State Attorney’s Office requests more information into deaths of local children
- Funeral arrangements set for three children found dead Sunday
- Remembering Suwannee: Exley moves to Suwannee County, continues diving exploits
- Suwannee River Jam lineup announced
- Man charged with murder told 911 he 'choked' two women
- Cattle deaths lead to withdraw of Purina feed
- Jennings clerk, manager salary raises questioned