5 hrs ago
Cult of Mac Blog
Fantasy clashes with reality in wonky wonderlands
Zombies sit at the bar of Johnny Rockets after the Atlanta Horror Fest presented it's fourth annual Zombie Walk which started off at Lenny's Bar, headed through historic Oakland Cemetery, crossed over into downtown Atlanta and ended at the Underground Atlanta mall.
11 hrs ago
Homicide investigation underway in Decatur County
An murder investigation is underway in Decatur County where one person was killed and another sent to the hospital Around 11 o'clock Tuesday night deputies were called to a mobile home on Old Whigham Road in the Sandy Acres community.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
Bulloch History with Roger Allen - Sherwood Railroad cuts across southwest Bulloch
In 1912, John N. Shearhouse and his "silent" partner, George Brinson decided to open another tram railroad running from Clyo to Claxton.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
The McDuffie Progress
ALERT - Watch for fraudulent charges on bank account
Some Thomson-area residents have had their bank card information used fraudulently for purchases and attempted transactions.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Meredian merging with Danimer Scientific
"We are convinced that this move will put these companies in a very strong position with revenues and profits as they move forward in the bioplastics industry," Paul Pereira, executive chairman to both firms, said in a July 23 news release.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Decatur County decides to stand behind indicted deputies
Decatur County leaders will pay legal fees for indicted deputies. Federal prosecutors say a man's civil rights were violated when he was roughed up during an arrest and some officers lied during the investigation.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Thomasville Times Enterprise
U.S. 84 speed limit hiked
Anyone who traveled recently on U.S. 84 West between Thomasville and Bainbridge might have noticed speed limit signs now read 65 instead of 55. The Georgia Department of Transportation raised the limit from the west side of Thomasville to the east side of Bainbridge based on the results of a recent study.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Mae Etta Johnson
Mae Etta Johnson, 86, of Attapulgus died Thursday, July 17, 2014 at her residence.
Brad E. Barber has been named as Chief Executive Officer, effective June 30, 2014 of The First National Bank of Decatur County.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
The IE's Hottest Music 99.1 KGGI
Awesome Map Reveals Dirty Sounding Cities Around The World
Geotechnologist Gary Gale has created an awesome map that highlights all the dirty-sounding places in the world.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
Lake Park vet offering low cost rabies vaccines, micro chipping
Dr. Alba Sosa may not have been too busy giving pets their rabies vaccines on Friday, but come Saturday that will likely change.
Decatur County man has conviction overturned
The Georgia Supreme Court has upheld a lower court's decision throwing out the 2002 conviction of Jimmie Ray Williams on sexual molestation of his 13-year old stepdaughter and her 14-year old friend.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
The 224th Methodist camp meeting
Prominent Methodists stand outside their tent in 1936. They are, from left to right: Rev.
The Family Badge
US Justice Department
The indictment charges that Griffin used excessive force during the arrest of a civilian, A.P., at the Bainbridge BikeFest motorcycle event in Bainbridge, Georgia, on Sept.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
"No Prostitution" sign vandalized
An Albany woman says she won't let vandals slow down her campaign to end crime in her neighborhood.Pat Ward put up a sign near her home on West Lincoln Avenue declaring it a No Prostitution Zone.Somebody spray painted over the words Wednesday.Ward is asking the young artist who created the first sign to make an even better one.
Mon Jun 30, 2014
New season splits some rivalries, keeps others
The calendar is rolling to a new school year in the land of the Georgia High School Association.