VALDOSTA — News Reporter Kristin Finney speaks with Jason Haskin of the American Red Cross and he explains the importance of donating blood. For more information on donating blood to the American Red Cross please visit www.redcrossblood.org.
Minor flooding of the Withlacoochee River is expected this weekend thanks to the day-long rains across South Georgia Friday, according to the National Weather Service.
During heavy rain events, five to 15 manholes throughout the city are at risk of overflowing into local waterways, according to the City of Valdosta.
Eighteen months after breaking ground on the project, Valdosta State University held the official ribbon cutting Friday for its Health Sciences and Business Administration Building.
The Georgia Department of Transportation held public meetings across the state this week to discuss its 2014 Georgia State Rail Plan.
The City of Valdosta hosted its annual employee appreciation luncheon Thursday at John W. Saunders Memorial Park.
For three years, Wiregrass Georgia Technical College has hosted its Wired Up! event to engage students, faculty and staff in a fun but educational activity day.
In the past four weeks, Valdosta has experienced four major rain events that dumped more than three to four inches of rain on the area per incident.
Moody Air Force Base is one of three military bases being considered for a temporary mission to train Afghan pilots next year, Rep. Austin Scott told the South Georgia Military Affairs Council Thursday.
The City of Valdosta reported Wednesday evening that all manhole overflows resulting from Tuesday’s heavy rains had stopped, with the exception of two.
Gov. Nathan Deal went on a signing tour Wednesday across Georgia, flying into the Valdosta Regional Airport to sign three bills into law.