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More spills than city reported
Wednesday afternoon, Times' reporters went to a location off of Gil Harbin Industrial Boulevard searching for manholes in an area known for leaking.
Victims’ Rights Week observed
Victims of crime gathered Wednesday to observe Victims’ Rights Week and received encouraging words from the father of a murdered Valdosta State University student.
Valdosta marches for babies
Registration begins on Saturday at 8:30 a.m. and the walk will start an hour later for the 3.5 mile March for Babies event at Mathis Auditorium, held annually to raise money to give more babies a healthy start in life.
Phillip Phillips to Play Wild Adventures Saturday
Leesburg native and American Idol winner Phillip Phillips returns to Georgia and takes the stage at Wild Adventures Saturday at 8 p.m.
504,000 gallons and counting
With four inches of rain between 3 p.m. Monday and 6 a.m. on Tuesday, a number of manholes around the area overflowed, resulting in a release of 504,000 gallons and more as the overflows continue.
Daly back for the South Georgia Classic
The South Georgia Classic will have at least one major celebrity on the course at Kinderlou Forest Golf Club this month with the return of PGA professional and fan favorite John Daly to the Web.com tournament.
Police arrest Ponderosa shooting suspect
A month after the incident, the man wanted for a shooting on Ponderosa Drive was arrested after a stakeout Monday morning.
Having watched Sharia Stripling dance and perform for the past few years in Valdosta State University Theatre & Dance productions and musicals, audiences would never know she's deaf.
Lowndes County Board of Commissioners rezones
At Tuesday afternoon's meeting, the Lowndes County Board of Commissioners approved several rezoning changes, considered a recent Board of Assessors appeal and voted on grant requests, among other things.
Board of Assessors appeals to state supreme court
During Monday’s work session, the Lowndes County Commissioners heard an appeal request from the county’s Board of Assessors Office. Recently, Packaging Corporation of America (PCA) in Clyattville was appraised by the Board of Equalization, and this board decreased the company’s property value by 15 percent, which equates to approximately $3.4 million, county officials state.
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