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Thomasville closes administration building due to COVID-19

The city’s administration building will be closed to the general public starting Thursday, Jan. 6. → Read More

SGMC reopens drive-thru COVID-19 testing

The drive-thru is at 4280 North Valdosta Road and is available Monday-Friday from 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. → Read More

Gov. Kemp visits service members stationed at U.S. Border on Christmas Eve

On Christmas Eve, Gov. Brian Kemp took a trip to the U.S. Southern Border to visit the Georgia National Guard member stationed there during the holidays. → Read More

BPS: Bypass ramp closed after overturned semi-truck accident

The ramp is now closed at this time. → Read More

Update: All 5 escaped Pulaski Co. inmates in custody

The five inmates escaped from Pulaski County Jail. → Read More

SGMC reopens COVID-19 testing drive-thru at new location

The drive-thru is now located on the main campus in the parking lot of the Surgery Center Building, 2417 N. Patterson Street. → Read More

Crisp Co. first responders search for missing man in Lake Blackshear

Bystanders said a man jumped off a boat into the water and never resurfaced. → Read More

Gov. Kemp announces Emergency Relief Fund applications

The application period will open on Aug. 1, and close on Aug. 31. → Read More

Several South Ga. schools on 2020-21 DOE ‘Reward Schools’ list

This year, 157 schools in 77 school districts made the list, including several schools in south Georgia. → Read More

City of Valdosta issues boil water advisory

The City of Valdosta is issuing this advisory due to a 12-inch water main break in the 3000 Block of North Oak Street Extension that happened on Tuesday. → Read More

Lanier Co. deputy dies

Kyle Lightsey, 36, of Alpharetta, died in a single-vehicle accident. → Read More

Thomasville police set to host Jr. Law Enforcement Academy

The academy is free and the department said spaces are limited. → Read More

Valdosta pre-K student wins money for college

Lola Cocke was awarded $1,529 for her “Path2College 529 Plan” as one of the statewide winners of the Path from Pre-K to College Sweepstakes. → Read More

SRTC receives over $200K for law enforcement training program

On Wednesday, Gov. Brian Kemp and Jay Neal, the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council executive director, announced the award of 63 grants in the amount of $6,756,389 for the Law Enforcement Training Grant Program. → Read More

VPD honors officers with service and life-saving awards

The Valdosta Police Department (VPD) honored 34 personnel during a service and department awards ceremony on Thursday. → Read More

Valdosta woman arrested for narcotics possession

A Valdosta woman was arrested Thursday after police found methamphetamine during a search, according to the police department. → Read More

Nashville man arrested in Valdosta for narcotics

A Nashville man was taken into custody after police found narcotics on him, according to the Valdosta Police Department (VPD). → Read More

Thomas Co. man pleads guilty after dog finds bag of meth

Timothy Bernard Reese, 44, of Meigs, pleaded guilty to one count of possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine before U.S. District Judge Hugh Lawson on Thursday. → Read More

Ga. Lottery marks its highest quarter ever, raising over $400M for Pre-K, HOPE

On Thursday, Gov. Brian Kemp announced Georgia Corporation’s most successful quarter in its 27-year history. → Read More

Ga. lawmakers issue statements on MLB’s 2021 All-Star Game change

On Friday, the Major League Baseball’s (MLB) summer All-Star Game will no longer be hosted in Atlanta in response to new voting restrictions that Gov. Brian Kemp signed into law on March 25. → Read More