Saturday, February 17, 2018

Brooklet Police Chief Tosses Citizen Filing Complaint from City Hall

A Leefield woman is trying to get her story out after she had a run in with the Brooklet Police Department on Tuesday. Cindy Lee...

GSU Professor Appointed to Board by Governor Deal

Governor Nathan Deal announced Friday that a professor from Georgia Southern University has been named to a Georgia's Council on American Indian Concerns.  She's from Candler County!

Rick Allen Gets 3 Challengers in GA-12 Race

Congressman Rick Allen will soon defend his record in an effort to maintain his seat in Georgia's 12th Congressional district as the field fills up with both Republicans and Democrats.

Bulloch Commission Dedicates Road to Fallen BCSO Sgt. Wilbur Berry

Bulloch County Commissions unanimously approved a resolution Tuesday morning to name a portion of a Bulloch County road after Sgt. Wilbur Berry, who died in the line of duty in 2001.

Bulloch Commission Dedicates Road to Fallen BCSO Sgt. Wilbur Berry

Bulloch County Commissions unanimously approved a resolution Tuesday morning to name a portion of a Bulloch County road after Sgt. Wilbur Berry, who died in the line of duty in 2001.

Reidsville Set to Violate State Law with “Gun-Free Zone” Signs

The Reidsville City Council voted in December to install gun-free zone signs at City Hall and Mayor Sydney Clifton announced on Monday that the signs had been ordered, but after a short investigation, it appears such a move may be out of order.

Evans BOE Renews Superintendent Contract for 3 Years with 2% Raise

The Evans County Board of Education renewed the contract of their superintendent during a brief meeting Monday night.

Burkhalter Wants Commissioners Over County Road Equipment Again

Commissioner Bubba Burkhalter announced his desire to host a workshop to discuss restoring Commissioner power over the motor graders and some road department projects instead of the Road Department during the meeting Monday morning.

Winters failed to pay vendors, county and state-mandated offices for most...

Open Records documents indicate that state-mandated commissions and agencies weren't compensated for most of 2017 and private vendors sent invoices for months, only for those invoices to go unpaid.

Winters failed to pay vendors, county and state-mandated offices for most...

Open Records documents indicate that state-mandated commissions and agencies weren't compensated for most of 2017 and private vendors sent invoices for months, only for those invoices to go unpaid.