ATLANTA – Georgia reported 130 new COVID-19 cases Sunday, according to the Georgia Department of Public Health.
VALDOSTA – The U.S. Innovation and Competition Act passed in the U.S. Senate last week and with it will come a multibillion dollar investment in federal and state economies.
State lawmakers should close the executive session loopholes in the Georgia Open Meetings Act and make it even more clear the public's business should always be conducted in public.
THOMASVILLE — From the early 1900s through the 1970s, the 200 and 300 blocks of West Jackson Street, known locally as The Bottom, were the heart of Thomasville’s African American community.
CAIRO —The City of Cairo today announced it has been awarded a Tourism Recovery Marketing Grant in the amount of $18,616.99 from Explore Georgia, the state tourism office within the Georgia Department of Economic Development (GDEcD). The Explore Georgia Tourism Recovery Marketing Grant progr…
THOMASVILLE — The City of Thomasville’s 2021 First Friday Sip and Shop series continues on Friday, June 4 with an event-filled evening in beautiful downtown Thomasville.
THOMASVILLE — The film industry has picked up around Thomasville, thanks to the production service company known as Thomasville Pictures.
VALDOSTA – Lowndes County added three virus cases Friday, increasing the total to 7,908 cases since the start of the pandemic, according to the Georgia Department of Public Health.
ATLANTA – More than 7.15 million state residents have been vaccinated for COVID-19 as of Thursday, officially recording 7,156,518 vaccinated, according to public health officials.
ATLANTA – More than 7.1 million state residents have been vaccinated for COVID-19 as of Wednesday, officially recording 7,125,684 vaccinated, according to public health officials.
ATLANTA — Hannah Williams said her family was lucky to have seen police body camera footage of the death of her brother, Matthew Zadok Williams.
U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene on Tuesday defended her comments comparing mask mandates to the Holocaust as criticisms about the comments mounted even among fellow Republicans.
THOMASVILLE — Archbold officials reported Tuesday there have been 38 new COVID-19 positive test results over the last week, Over the past week, the system has had 630 new negative results. Fourteen people were admitted to Archbold hospitals in the last week for COVID-19. The system recorded …
ATLANTA – More than 7 million state residents have been vaccinated for COVID-19 as of Tuesday, officially recording 7,094,162 vaccinated, according to public health officials.
WASHINGTON (AP) — House Republican leaders forcefully condemned GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene on Tuesday, calling her comments comparing COVID-19 safety measures like mask-wearing to the treatment of Jews in Nazi Germany “appalling.”
ATLANTA — The U.S. Department of Agriculture will begin doling out $4 billion in payments to farmers of color as part of the most recent COVID-19 relief package.
ATLANTA – Georgia has reported more than seven million state residents have been vaccinated as of Sunday, according to public health officials.
ATLANTA — U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg visited Atlanta Friday on a trip to tout President Joe Biden’s substantial plan to revitalize the country’s infrastructure.
ATLANTA – Georgia reported more than seven million state residents have been vaccinated as of Friday, officially recording 7,007,020 vaccines administered, according to public health officials.
This Week's Circulars
- Six suspects arrested, two pounds of drugs seized
- Box-cutter wielding assault suspect still at large
- Two dead in Grady County wreck
- Chastain kicks off District 2 City Council candidacy by listening
- Thomasville native Council promoted to major general
- My long journey back home
- Fond memories of The Bottom recalled at documentary premiere
- City abuzz with two local film productions
- Joiner to represent Thomas County at Miss Georgia Forestry Pageant
- Treehouse fundraiser Oakfest ready to take the stage again
COVID-19 vaccine survey
Mary Rose Tolbert passed away June 13, 2021, after a lengthy period of declining health. She was born in Bedford, England, on March 11, 1943. She dedicated herself to raising three boys, who she loved completely. She was a talented cook and baker, and enjoyed sports, the outdoors, fishing, a…
Mrs. Helen T. Flowers, 79, of Seale, AL passed away Monday, June 14, 2021 at her home. A funeral service will be held at 2:00 pm (EST) Wednesday, June 16, 2021 at Vance Brooks Funeral Home in Phenix City, AL with Rev. Brady Baird and Rev. Sammie Turner officiating. The family will receive fr…
Dorothy Eleanor Mercer passed away on June 9, 2021 at Archbold Memorial Hospital. She was born on December 18, 1932, in Pavo to the late Early Byrd Wood and to the late Nellie Deen Wood. She was married to Eugene Mercer who precedes her in death. Survivors include her children, Leon David Mc…