ATLANTA — Civil rights groups and lawyers are declaring their own state of emergency regarding police violence and calling for a federal investigation into officer-involved shootings across Georgia.
VALDOSTA — Starting in a little more than a week, Valdosta's water metering system goes high-tech.
VALDOSTA – The county has lowered the millage rate.
VALDOSTA – South Georgia Medical Center has announced that local neurologists Dr. Mahmood Eisa, Dr. Bipin Patel and Dr. Hernan Posas have joined the SGMC Physician Network.
VALDOSTA – The chamber seeks a new president as the long-time president prepares to retire.
VALDOSTA — Before Lowndes County Schools welcomes kids back to school Friday, 11 LCS employees have already tested positive for COVID-19, just since preplanning for in-person classes began Aug. 3.
VALDOSTA — COVID-19 has taken the lives of 50 Lowndes County residents so far, and about a third of those lost to the virus lived in the same place.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — COVID-19 cases in Florida rose to 550,901 across the state Wednesday, according to Florida health officials.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — COVID-19 cases in Florida rose to 542,792 across the state Tuesday, according to Florida health officials.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — COVID-19 cases in Florida rose to 536,961 across the state Monday, according to Florida health officials.
- 11 Lowndes County Schools employees test positive before back-to-school
- Youngest Lowndes resident dies from COVID-19 to-date
- Valdosta approves utility bill relief grant
- Woman sentenced for $300,000 Lowndes fraud case
- Third of Lowndes COVID-19 deaths from one nursing home
- Kemp affirms no mask mandate in public schools
- UPDATE: Bank VP resigns over offensive Facebook post
- Masks strongly suggested, not required, in Valdosta City Schools
- Over 900 in Georgia district quarantine as high school shut
- Hard Choices: Parents weigh classrooms, virtual learning