VALDOSTA – A Nobel Prize winner, author and the son of a woman whose disappearance sparked one of the most notorious trials of the late 20th century in South Georgia is scheduled to be present Tuesday during the Lowndes County GOP meeting, according to party organizers.

Business Roundup is planned to be an occasional listing of business happenings.

Reginald Rainge, lead educator at the Department of Juvenile Justice, leads the dialogue about gang presence in the community during the When Leaders Meet Summit 2.0 held at Valdosta State University Thursday. Part of the discussion was the reasoning behind kids joining gangs. 

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