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.
A three-car wreck late Thursday resulted in one death and three injuries, according to the Georgia State Patrol.
Lieutenant Earl Durrance has served the Valdosta Police Department for over 25 years, and was among the first responders to a train accident that happened on Oct. 10 of this year. For his actions, the City of Valdosta, recognized Lt. Durrance as Employee of the Month at the council meeting Thursday night.
The city council's meeting Thurs. night began with business as usual, but ended with two emotional farewells.
Six people are in jail after a shoplifting incident led to the break-up of a shoplifting and meth production ring.
A 3-car wreck Thursday evening near the intersection of Old State Road and the Lakeland Highway killed one person and injured three, according to emergency personnel on the scene.
South Georgia Methodist churches have created the first “Celebration of Lights: Celebrating the Birth of Our Savior” presentation at Camp Tygart for weekend evenings through the end of the year.
During the day, the snowman looked like a cartoon puddle. What Frosty turns into when he’s stuck in that greenhouse in the old animated Christmas special.
Valdosta State University students, Robin Searcy and Arianna Deans, have been accepted as fellows in the NASPA (National Association of Student Personnel Administrators) Undergraduate Fellows Program (NUFP).
Southern Circuit District Attorney’s Office is accepting donations of gift cards to give to child-abuse victims who have been placed in foster care.
St. Barnabas Episcopal Church’s 19th Annual Advent Lessons and Carols Service will be held this weekend.