- — Reporter Kristin Finney speaks with Kathe Lowney, a Fellow in Residence at the IDEA Center, about what the new IDEA center will offer to faculty and staff. For more information on the center visit www.valdosta.edu/academics/idea-center/ .
Joerdan Simpson will be watching anxiously.
Valdosta City Council approved a $34 million bid from Garney Construction Thursday for the force main project as part of the ongoing efforts to correct the city’s malfunctioning wastewater treatment facilities.
As most families were settling down for the evening Tuesday, Moody Air Force Base families welcomed back loved ones.
Country music and laughter filled the Lowndes High School cafetorium Tuesday night in celebration of Lowndes Education Improvement Foundation’s annual banquet and awards ceremony.
Bi-Lo Holdings will begin the process next week of closing three Harveys supermarkets, transforming them into Winn-Dixie stores.
Managing Editor Kay Harris has resigned from The Valdosta Daily Times to pursue other interests after a long, distinguished career at the newspaper.
The Lanier County Board of Commissioners will have a Called Meeting at 11:30 a.m. Friday, April 25, 2015 at the County’s Annex Building, 162 W. Thigpen St. The meeting is concerning the EMS Agreement.
It’s long been said that it’s better to give than to receive.
Lowndes County Animal Shelter hosts its Annual Rabies and Microchip Clinic Saturday.
The Valdosta area and areas to the north of Valdosta received very heavy rains on April 18-19, which caused the Withlacoochee River and Little River to rise above flood stage, according to the City of Valdosta Wednesday.