United Medical Enterprises bought the old Hollander Sleep Products plant in Thomson to expand their medical mask production.
Warren County public school students who chose in-person learning on a staggered A/B schedule will return to school on Monday, Sept. 28, according to the system’s Facebook page.
Community leaders announced in an Aug. 14 news release from the Thomson-McDuffie Chamber of Commerce that the 2020 Camellia City Festival and McDuffie County’s 150th Anniversary celebration would be postponed until fall 2021.
During a Board of Education planning session Tuesday morning, school administrators reported they continue to “work out the kinks” to McDuffie County School System’s virtual Learn from Home model for the start to the 2020-21 school year. The system went completely online due to rising cases …
At press time Tuesday, the latest report from the Georgia Department of Public Health said there are 443 confirmed cases of COVID-19 from McDuffie County, 11 associated deaths, and 56 hospitalizations.
Local business people concerned over how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting their livelihoods can participate in an Economic Recovery Virtual Town Hall Meeting at 3 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 18 via Zoom. The Thomson-McDuffie Archway Partnership and Forward McDuffie are organizing the event.
Warren County schools held a smooth first week of school beginning Aug. 3 with a staggered in-person class schedule and strict COVID-19 prevention measures in place, but went completely virtual this week after 35 new coronavirus cases were confirmed in the county.
Due to a continued rise in local COVID-19 cases, the McDuffie County School System announced via its Facebook page that all students would start school virtually on Monday, Aug. 17 and the Learn from Home model would remain in place until Sept. 4.
The McDuffie County Health Department will provide free COVID-19 testing Friday, July 24, at the Thomson Housing Authority.
Manna, Inc. will host a free food distribution this Friday from 10 a.m. to noon in conjuction with Golden Harvest. The Georgia National Guard will also be assisting with the distribution.
At press time Tuesday, the latest report from the Georgia Department of Public Health said there are 201 confirmed cases of COVID-19 from McDuffie County, eight associated deaths, and 38 hospitalizations.
McDuffie County school administrators asked Board of Education members to consider having students begin the 2020-2021 school year on Aug. 17, rather than the initial start date of Aug. 3.
As coronavirus pandemic restrictions ease across the state, local churches are taking careful steps to reopen to their members. Those who have begun to hold in-person worship services are implementing social distancing and other precautionary measures. Most are taking a hybrid approach by of…
The Marena Group LLC, a Georgia-based medical device manufacturer, announced that they will be supplying Georgia election and poll officers with 35,000 masks for protection against COVID-19. The washable and reusable Marena masks will be used for the upcoming primary election which will be o…
During Tuesday night’s McDuffie County Board of Commissioners meeting, County Manager David Crawley informed the commission that an administrative staffer at the Elections and Voter Registration Office had tested positive for COVID-19.
Today Governor Brian P. Kemp announced a donation from AT&T to the Georgia Department of Education, Foundation for Public Education. The donation will be used to deploy 448 Wi-Fi Rangers to 36 school districts, filling the internet connectivity gap for thousands of students in rural area…
May 11 — According to the Georgia Department of Public Health, at noon today, there have been 51 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in McDuffie County and 15 in Warren County. There have been four McDuffie County deaths from COVID-19.
The Georgia Department of Public Health is opening additional COVID-19 screening locations. One will be in Glascock County and the other in Taliaferro County.
May 7 — According to the Georgia Department of Public Health, at noon today, have been 50 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in McDuffie County and 13 in Warren County. There have been four McDuffie County deaths from COVID-17. The McDuffie County COVID-19 deaths were a 77-year-old female with und…
As our community and local businesses face difficult times and a challenging situation, the McDuffie Progress has created an Advertising Matching Partnership that will offer $50,000 worth of matching marketing dollars to local businesses in our surrounding area.