VALDOSTA – New moms and expected moms get assistance this week.
VALDOSTA – Rain or shine, the monthly food truck event will be held as planned 5:30-8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 20, downtown, according to Valdosta Main Street.
ATLANTA – With Georgia experiencing its 57th day of temperatures above 90 degrees this year, Georgia Power urges customers to take action to minimize the impact of higher temperatures and increased energy use on electric bills.
VALDOSTA — Local business leaders are recruiting new members to join them in creating even greater economic impact in Lowndes and surrounding counties.
VALDOSTA — The Boys and Girls Club of Valdosta has awarded the annual Kevin Thompson Memorial Scholarship to Brandace Jones, a graduate from the Boys & Girls Club of Valdosta and upcoming freshman at Columbus State University.
Addressing the potential threat of long-term care expenses may be one of the biggest financial challenges for individuals who are developing a retirement strategy.
MOULTRIE – Sam Watson will likely have fewer eggplants, cucumbers, squash and bell peppers growing on his South Georgia farm next spring after struggling through the last three seasons.
VALDOSTA – "Big River," the annual American Soundtrack and a series of art gallery exhibits have already kicked off the 2019-20 arts season for Theatre Guild Valdosta and the Annette Howell Turner Center for the Arts.
If you have purchased a citrus tree from or originating from Florida or coastal Georgia in the past few years and they are in poor health, yellowing or dying, there is a chance your tree has citrus greening.
Jonathan Pine, a night manager for a luxury hotel, receives sensitive documents from a woman. He promises to handle her documents discreetly, but instead, the former soldier turns the papers on arms trade over to British intelligence.
First United Methodist Church, 220 N. Patterson St., hosts Homecoming Music Days, Aug. 18. During the 11 a.m. service and for a full concert at 3 p.m., Paid in Full, a gospel trio from Mississippi makes its 19th appearance at First United Methodist Church.
We are two-thirds of the way through summer, maybe in late September cooler nights and maybe mornings will begin to creep into our area. Our community received rain last weekend and perked everything up.
MOODY AIR FORCE BASE – Capt. Mark Weber "was an amazing young man," Lt. Col. Jason Egger said. "He comes from a family steeped in military service."
GREAT LAKES, Ill. – Sailors are some of the most highly trained people on the planet, according to Navy officials, and this training requires highly dedicated recruit division commanders.
VALDOSTA – More than 300 community members from businesses and organizations are expected to volunteer their time for the annual Greater Valdosta United Way’s Day of Caring.
VALDOSTA – Roads were blocked off, law-enforcement officials busily directed traffic and more than 700 volunteers assisted with Valdosta State University freshman move-in day Thursday.
Adoption fee for dogs is $125 and for cats is $105. All animals are fully up to date on inoculations. Animals for adoption are available at Lowndes County Animal Shelter, 337 Gil Harbin Blvd., Valdosta. For more information call (229) 671-2760. Hours: Noon-5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday; noon…
VALDOSTA – Wiregrass Georgia Technical College announces the fall Guardian Bank Entrepreneurship Academy in September, free for current Wiregrass students and alumni.
VALDOSTA – Lowndes County has installed a new stop and go traffic signal at the intersection of North Forrest Street and Knights Academy Road.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A gunman who opened fire on police Wednesday as they were serving a drug warrant in Philadelphia, wounding six officers and triggering a standoff that extended into the night, is in police custody, authorities said.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Authorities say several Philadelphia police officers have been injured in an "active and ongoing" shooting situation in the city.
What do you think of the Performing Arts Committee recommendation that the city should buy the old Valdosta High School Performing Arts Center to replace Mathis City Auditorium?
The PAC recently recommended the city purchase the old VHS Performing Arts Center to replace Mathis City Auditorium. Do you agree with this recommendation?
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