WHITE SPRINGS — The 2019 Martin Luther King Jr. Day program will be held Monday in White Springs.
TALLAHASSEE — The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services has begun investigations into multiple reports of acute cattle deaths that were received this past week.
JENNINGS — A Jennings town employee questioned the raises the city clerk and manager received the last two years at the town’s Jan. 3 meeting.
LIVE OAK, Fla. — Heading into his first term in office, District 10 Representative Chuck Brannan knows a lot of what he’ll be working on once the legislative session begins in March will be dictated by his committee assignments.
JASPER — As a new year begins, staff members at the Jasper News looked back at the top stories of the past year, based on the amount of interest the topic received from our readers and the significance of the story.
JASPER —The health advisory issued on December 17 by the Florida Department of Health in Hamilton and Madison counties has been lifted.The city of Valdosta reported a large spill of untreated sewage that overflowed into the Withlacoochee River. The advisory urged individuals not to come into…
ST. AUGUSTINE — Major General Michael A. Calhoun, the Adjutant General of Florida, announced the selection of Lieutenant Colonel Kevin Creech for assignment as the next Assistant Chief of Staff, G8/Resources (M-Day) for the Florida Army National Guard last month.
LAKE CITY — The United Way of Suwannee Valley conducted its December campaign luncheon at Columbia County Senior Services LifeStyle Enrichment Center on Friday.
JASPER — The Hamilton County School District has announced the 2020 District Teacher of the Year is Leigh Ann Norris and the 2019 District School Related Employee of the Year is April Perez.
LIVE OAK — Above average rainfall is expected this winter across North Florida as warm winds from the eastern Pacific move across the region.
JASPER — Florida Department of Health in Hamilton and Madison counties issued a joint health advisory Monday to residents and visitors near the Withlacoochee River in north Florida.
\JENNINGS — Ricky McClain asked the Jennings Town Council to seek new law enforcement professionals following his dissatisfaction in how the Jennings Police Department handled his nephew’s case.
JASPER — The Hamilton County Board of County Commissioners discussed the Fire Protection and Related Emergency Services Agreement with the towns of White Springs and Jennings at its Dec. 4 meeting.
Two additional idle-speed, no-wake zones have been activated, one on the Suwannee River and another on the Santa Fe, according to Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officials.
Authorities say bomb threats sent Thursday to dozens of schools, government buildings and other locations across the U.S. appear to be a hoax.
Two idle-speed, no-wake zones were activated Monday, with one on the Suwannee River and another on the Santa Fe, according to Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officials.
WHITE SPRINGS — The streets were lined with adults and children as they anxiously awaited the arrival of the annual Christmas Parade here Friday, Nov. 30. Following the parade, everyone was in the holiday spirit.
JASPER, Fla. — Pulled over for a traffic violation Wednesday afternoon, a California man was arrested when a grow house operation was discovered in the back of his rental truck.
JASPER — Crime in Hamilton County is down 6.4 percent compared to the first half of 2017, according to the 2018 Semi-Annual Uniform Crime Reports released by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.
LIVE OAK — Heavy rains occurring over the weekend and through Monday dumped more than 10 inches of rain across South Georgia raising water levels along the Alapaha, Aucilla, and Withlacoochee rivers according to gauges monitored by the Suwannee River Water Management District and its partners.
MADISON — The Florida Department of Health in Hamilton and Madison counties issued a joint health advisory Tuesday following a sewage spill in Valdosta, Ga.
LIVE OAK — The United States Postal Service has suspended regular mail service and its post office locations Wednesday, which has been declared a National Day of Mourning for President George H. W. Bush.
JASPER — Susan Ramsey was appointed to the Florida Economic Development Council (FEDC) Board of Directors. Ramsey will serve as the North Central Florida regional director.
- 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