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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.
Second Harvest Thanksgiving for Thousands
Even the pouring rain couldn't keep volunteers away from participating in the Second Harvest's Annual Thanksgiving for Thousands event at Valdosta High School on Tuesday morning.
Stolen ambulance results in chase, crash
A high speed chase late Saturday night involving a stolen ambulance resulted in a wreck that put the driver in intensive care.
UGA Tifton makes its mark in education
The University of Georgia has long been a point of pride for the state. With its beautiful campus, prestigious degrees and respected professors, most students in the state would love to attend UGA. Sadly, with the main campus located in Athens, going to school at UGA is difficult for many students.
SFCU donates meals to CPIE schools
The holidays are always a good time for giving to those in need. Southeastern Federal Credit Union has taken this belief to heart and, for the last three years, has donated food to those who need it.
There’s a new mayor in town
The recent election resulted in a shift of power from the former longstanding, mayor of Quitman, Curtis L. Pickles, to his challenger, James C. Brown III, 42. Brown will take the oath of office and begin his new duties on Jan. 1, 2014.
Brown was born on Moody Air Force Base and he is retired from the military.
Burglary suspect arrested
Valdosta police quickly identified a suspect and made an arrest in an early morning robbery of a convenience store.
Sexual offenders located; two more sought
Following a Times report, the Lowndes County Sheriff’s office arrested three sex offenders they were unable to locate. They are still seeking the public’s help in finding two others.
Rain, cold coming Valdosta’s way
As Thanksgiving nears, Valdosta can expect heavy rain followed by clearing skies and colder temperatures, according to the National Weather Service.
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