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Fire damages Valdosta home
The Valdosta Fire Department dispatched 16 firefighters, in two minutes to a structure fire at the intersection of Floyd Street and West Street Friday around 1 p.m.
Valdosta receives some new bicycle racks
Parking availability is increasing in Downtown Valdosta through the installation of four new bicycle racks for public use. The City of Valdosta hopes the artistic bicycle racks will create a more “bicycle friendly” community, while also providing decorative and interesting street art in the downtown area.
Christmas comes early to Wild Adventures
Wild Adventures cools things off this weekend with Christmas in July. The taste of the holidays in the middle of summer takes place Saturday and Sunday.
Workshop helps vets market skills in civilian job market
Due to government cutbacks, Moody Air Force Base is expecting to lose 300 to 400 personnel; Operation Moody Transition held its Ready, Set, Go: Resume & Networking Workshop Thursday at Moody AFB to help veterans turn their military job skills into civilian-speak.
Veteran mentors Moody’s airmen
After the alarm sounded the airman took cover in a nearby bunker, thinking he would be safe — until a rocket landed inside, exploding upon impact.
Police probe Valdosta shooting
Valdosta police are looking for a suspect in a Wednesday night shooting but have concerns about the reliability of the victim’s statements after he gave a false name.
Authority makes it official
Approximately 75 people attended the Valdosta-Lowndes County Development Authority ribbon cutting Wednesday at its new facility.
Residents largely absent from millage hearings
Lowndes County Commission held two of the required three public hearings Wednesday on the proposed millage rate increase.
Center: Transgender inmate denied treatments
The Southern Poverty Law Center has threatened legal action against the Georgia Department of Corrections for refusing to provide hormone treatments for a Valdosta State Prison inmate with gender identity disorder.
Each week since Memorial Day, Valdosta State University has been holding week-long kids summer camps.
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