The 2018 class of Leadership McDuffie and local businesses have helped the Boys & Girls Club of Thomson restart a program that teaches boys and girls how things grow.
County citizens will soon enjoy a refreshed look to a popular gathering place after ball games, and for birthday parties, reunions and other celebrations.
The Thomson Huddle House closed early Saturday morning, June 30. Throughout the day Friday, customers visited and talked with each other about the closing. The business opened in 2003 on Hendricks Street, serving a wide variety of food.
Military personnel will be deployed across East Georgia to conduct no-cost general medical and optometry clinics in rural areas to test their readiness to conduct the services overseas.
The recent shootings in Thomson has compelled the city’s top leader to ask the community to unify and come forward with information leading to the arrest of those responsible.
The first Historic Rural Churches of Georgia audio box is now installed at Fountain Campground in Warren County thanks to the Fountain Campground Board of Trustees, Hometown Warrenton, Inc., and a Watson-Brown Foundation Junior Board Grant. The post was put in place and the box attached dur…
Keith Morris doesn’t let his blindness stop him from living an independent life as a piano tuner, but he had a tough start growing up blind in the 1960s.
A college student from Thomson found the time to write a second book, which also tells who he is authentically, spiritually and how he overcomes brokenness.
The McDuffie County Branch of the NAACP will celebrate its 6th Freedom Fund Banquet to be held at Thomson-McDuffie Middle School on Friday, June 22 at 7 p.m.
Maria Cavnor only had 21 weeks and five days to prepare to give birth to her daughter, Charli Elisabeth on March 3, 1995. What she didn’t prepare for was having to bury her only a few days later.
Riding a school bus to an educational destination with your class is a thing of the past. With Google’s Beta Expeditions, teachers can bring the destination to a computer screen.
Individuals seeking to build on their property or develop their land will encounter a new person when they call or visit the Thomson-McDuffie Planning and Zoning Office.
A large gathering of people wearing creative t-shirts and signs against bullying is envisioned for a walk from Pitts Street Park to the track at First Baptist Church July14.
Ask Vernon Baldwin how he’s accomplished anything in his life time, and he’ll tell you,"Why I'm sitting here before you is because of what my father in heaven did. God has set all this up; he's ordained everything in my life."
According to the American Cancer Society, one in eight women will develop breast cancer over her lifetime in the U.S. To bring awareness to this statistic in hopes of decreasing mortality rates among women with breast cancer, the American Cancer Society partnered with the University of Georg…
Support of cancer research and finding a cure were the reasons behind a pay to ride event through the woods and through Old Wrightsboro Saturday, June 2.