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Kingston discusses Moody during Valdosta stop
Congressman and Senate candidate Jack Kingston discussed Moody Air Force Base and its mission Monday during a Valdosta visit and campaign stop.
Resurfacing scheduled for South Georgia Medical Center’s sinking driveway
Resurfacing has been scheduled for an area of pavement next to the Dasher Heart Center that began to sink shortly after the building was completed.
Board reviews millage rate
The Valdosta Board of Education reviewed the latest millage rate Monday evening with no significant increase expected.
Finding the strength beneath the muscles
This is the story of Donna Hughes, a strong woman — a personal trainer, a bodybuilder — who had her strength taken from her and had to fight to get it back.
Wanat families commemorate battle
Survivors and family of the brutal Afghanistan battle of Wanat plan to honor the nine servicemen killed in action six years ago today by skydiving this morning.
Treehouse Resale Shop celebrates anniversary
reehouse Resale Shop celebrated its one-year anniversary Saturday.
Advanced voting continues
Advanced voting continues this week for the runoff election from the May 20 primary.
First Baptist Church breaks ground today for new life center
For several years, First Baptist Church has been implementing big plans for the future of the downtown church. The newest step towards this future begins today as the congregation holds a ground-breaking ceremony for a new Family Life Center.
The church plans for the new center to help grow youth ministries and give youth members more space to worship.
Overpass still ahead of schedule
Almost gone are the days of unexpected detours, the twisting and turning through traffic barrels, and the train delays along Hill Avenue ... almost gone, not yet, but possibly sooner than expected.
Man sentenced to prison
A man charged with vehicular homicide in the 2011 death of a Naylor woman was sentenced Thursday to five years in prison.
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