The toxicology reports that will indicate the cause of death for two people found inside a McDuffie County home are still pending.
Two Thomson men recently pleaded guilty to vandalizing McDuffie County’s historic Rock House and were each sentenced to three years probation and ordered to pay more than $6,162 in restitution.
The Town of Dearing Council’s ongoing conversation with MAG Carriers, located at 184 Printup Street, came to a head July 9. The council says the business is in violation of the town’s land development ordinance as a result of the placement of a portable office building on its property.
In the July 12 issue of the McDuffie Progress, we erred in layout and design and placed the jump from the story about the City of Warrenton deciding to allow voters to decide whether to allow alcohol sales, on both Page 10 and Page 11. We apologize for any confusion this created.
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.
According to Pat Morgan, special agent in charge of the GBI office in Thomson, on Thursday, June 28, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, the FBI Safe Streets Task Force, and the Columbia County Sheriff’s Office arrested D’Alviune Burnett, 17, at a residence in Martinez. Burnett was taken in…
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.
Hollander Sleep Products in Thomson is closing its manufacturing and distribution operation and will move to larger plants in Pennsylvania and North Carolina and other facilities across the country to meet customer needs.
A Thomson family has been displaced as a result of bullets entering their home, striking a water pipe and flooding the apartment during a shooting June 22 on Spruce Street.
Local fire chiefs and area fire service personnel have been on the ground floor in moving a firefighter 1 class at Augusta Tech from an idea into a reality.