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Vidalia onion growers say new disease hasn't hurt crop
Yellow bud bacteria has been spreading through the Vidalia onion growing region in recent years, but it is not considered an imminent threat and growers have not lost measurable volumes because of it.
Senate candidate also cites conservatism as strength
Rep. Jack Kingston , center, speaks with supporters after a January Rotary Club of Statesboro meeting at the Forest Heights Country club.
Downed trees but no injuries in Tuesday storm
Statesboro and the surrounding area were hit by a severe thunderstorm Tuesday afternoon that brought several inches of torrential, but much needed, rain and high winds that caused some damage from falling trees.
Police Report - 7-17-14; A man reported observing an "indecent act" inside a red Chevrolet HHR.
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Susan and Brett McCorkle of Hinesville announce the engagement of their daughter Jessica Suzanne Sittle to Jason Robert Franklin, son of Connie and B. Robert Franklin III of Metter, Georgia.
Ken's IGA expands in Brooklet
Wider aisles and a bright new dairy section with 54 feet of display space greet shoppers at the expanded Ken's IGA.
Candler, Evans counties to celebrate 100th birthdays.
This 1920s photo shows the Candler County Courthouse, built in 1921 for $125,000, prior to landscaping.
Drivers who hog the passing lane and slow traffic on Georgia highways could be facing a ticket starting Tuesday, July 1. Georgia's new 'slow poke' law requires drivers in the left lane of a four lane highway or interstate to merge to the right lane when faster traffic approaches from behind.