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Car slams into store
Police, fire and power crews worked past midnight and into the early hours of Friday morning after a car ran through the wall of a Valdosta grocery store, resulting in an injury so serious it required a life-flight helicopter to make a landing in a city park darkened by the ensuing blackout.
Black Friday: Shopping chaos started a day early this year
Black Friday sales have become synonymous with chaotic shopping experiences, but with six fewer holiday shopping days than last year, Black Friday sales shifted from midnight to Thursday afternoon and so did the chaos.
Playwright creates new show for Hahira church
Jackie Johnson’s latest play came to her in a dream, which is only appropriate since it is a play about all of the biblical dreams surrounding the birth of Christ.
Video: Small Business Saturday
Reporter Kristin Finney spoke with Katie Marple, owner of The Vintage Dragonfly in Downtown Valdosta. Downtown Valdosta will be celebrating Small Business Saturday, Saturday, Nov. 30, many local businesses will be holding special sales and specials this Saturday.
Longtime Air Force coach DeBerry speaking
The Valdosta State University Fellowship of Christian Athletes will be hosting a fundraiser on Thursday, Dec. 5, to help raise awareness of their club and the support the club needs to exist.
Barbecue business provides food, fellowship to needy
During this time of year, many people will spend quality time with loved ones they may not see often and enjoy a warm meal in the privacy of their home. It is easy to forget that there are many who are not able to enjoy such luxuries during this holiday season.
Finding Frederick Hemmeter
A good book is one that you can get lost in. One that takes you places.
Holiday Safety Tips
Valdosta police are increasing efforts to curb burglaries and vehicle thefts during the holidays and are asking the public to take precautions.
Filling the Stocking
More than 850 Valdosta and Lowndes County children will have a brighter Christmas morning this year thanks to the annual Empty Stocking Fund and the continued generosity of The Valdosta Daily Times’ readers.
All About You: Anastasia’s Consignment Shop
Trendy shoppers are always keeping an eye out for unique and high fashion pieces.
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