A Warrenton man has been arrested on a variety of drug possession charges after a Warrenton Police officer noticed that he could not keep his pickup truck in the correct lane while driving.
Thomson High School students got a taste of the real world and learned about job opportunities in Thomson last week as the school hosted the Jumpstart Career Fair.
The Thomson Police Department’s new neighborhood enforcement team, being in the right place at the right time, nabbed a man possessing pills suspected to be ecstasy and for using marijuana.
The 12-member Thomson High School Olympic Bowling Team was given the all-star treatment Jan. 10 as they prepared to leave the school for the Winter Olympic Games in Atlanta.
THS’ NJROTC Cadet Ensign Michael A. Rogers received a tremendous Christmas present. He learned Dec. 23 that he has been appointed to the United States Naval Academy and will be afforded a four-year degree and commission as an officer in the United States Navy.
Thomson-McDuffie needs infrastructure improvements and is calling on city and county residents to pass two efforts this spring that will allow projects to be funded from sales tax dollars over the next 10 years.
A Mitchell woman was released from the McDuffie County jail after posting a $30,000 bond for aggravated assault after attempting to run over three people with her car.
After Jan. 31, the program that allows citizens to place those green recycle containers at the curbside of their homes and businesses will cease.
Dianne Landers, who has spent 19 years solving problems and assisting people while being responsible for many administrative functions for the City of Thomson, is stepping down.
A Pine Ridge Road couple was watching television Sunday afternoon when the power was interrupted. The wife passed the kitchen on the way to the breaker box and noticed smoke in the kitchen.
Two months ago, the Thomson City Council heard a request to rename Pitts Street Park in honor of or in recognition of a former councilwoman who died seven years ago.