- Local News
School systems get report cards
South Georgia school systems received mixed results, with some showing performance increases while others suffered decreases, in the College and Career Ready Performance Index released Monday by Georgia State School Superintendent Dr. John Barge.
Flood warning extended
A flood warning for the Withlacoochee River at Valdosta has been extended until Wednesday afternoon.
Memorial tourney returns
The Doug Henderson III Memorial Golf Tournament has raised thousands of dollars for scholarship funds and to help organizations throughout the region.
Park puts wild spin on Easter tradition
Adventurous egg hunters braved overcast skies and a persistent drizzle to search for hidden prizes Saturday during Wild Adventure’s first Ostrich Egg Hunt.
More spills reported
City of Valdosta employees have spent the weekend responding to spills caused by several inches of rain that have again drenched the city during the past few days.
Stories behind ‘The Greatest Story Ever Told’
Christ comes from the Greek word, “Christos,” meaning “the anointed one.”
Valwood students register to vote
Valwood teaches its students about the importance of voting. Each year, the school has encouraged eligible seniors to register to vote and participate in local elections.
Police still seeking missing mother, son
Though their assignments have changed during the past dozen years, Valdosta Police Capt. Bobbi McGraw and Sgt. Chris Crews continue working the case of a missing mother and her son.
Minor flooding expected
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.
Wastewater hazards assessed
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.
- More Local News Headlines
- School systems get report cards