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Two charged in burglary
A report of suspicious activity led to the arrest of two men in connection with a residential burglary.
Teens arrested in car theft
Valdosta police arrested a teenager and a juvenile for vehicle theft following a chase that ensued after an officer stopped a suspicious vehicle.
Ga. politicians fault national education standards
Republican lawmakers indulged their conservative wing Tuesday by opposing national education standards, though the watered-down legislation does nothing to change the standards at the heart of the controversy.
Mystery Ball takes participants on a safari
On Friday night, Mystery Ball 2014 kicked off with a safari theme at the Valdosta Country Club.
South Lowndes assesses damage after heavy weather
South Lowndes County residents spent most of their weekend assessing the damage caused by strong winds during a Friday morning storm, and some were still waiting to learn Monday just how much repairs are going to cost.
‘Persons of interest’ sought in one robbery; pair charged in another
It was a busy weekend for police in Valdosta, with an armed robbery of a business on Saturday and arrests in a second store robbery Sunday morning.
Azalea Festival ready to bloom again
The annual Valdosta-Lowndes County Azalea Festival is less than two weeks away and organizers promise two days full of arts and crafts, entertainment, food and fun.
On Sunday, Feb. 16, The Times ran an article discussing the conduct of Lowndes County School District Assistant Superintendent Dr. Morgan Troy Davis. Since that time, the non-disclosure agreement between Davis and the District that apparently prevented the board from commenting on the situation has raised questions in the community.
Alumni group hosts grand opening of restored school
After 12 years of fundraising, seeking grants and just plain hard work, the Morven Rosenwald Alumni Association hosted the grand opening of the restored Barney Colored Elementary School on Saturday afternoon.
‘16 and Super Safe’ encourages driver safety
Local State Farm agent Bubba Highsmith hosted “16 and Super Safe” on Saturday morning at the James H. Rainwater Conference Center.
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