Police across the region think multiple armed robberies at convenience stores, including Spee-Dee Foods, may be all connected to the same gunman and getaway vehicle.
The first week of early in-person voting in Georgia is off to a record-breaking start, according to the Secretary of State’s office. Some Georgia voters are waiting in long lines to cast their ballots early, and many others have chosen to vote absentee by mail, states a recent news release a…
Despite the early-morning threat of rain, breast cancer survivors and supporters came together in Thomson for the recreation department’s first Breast Cancer Walk.
Artist Charles Gabel showed off his artistic skills by drawing up new pieces of art in Warrenton this past weekend. The Angel Wings murals, behind the Java Jolt drew the most attention.
It was déjà vu at the Dearing Town Council meeting Monday night when a rezoning request that was approved in May was approved for a second and final time with a list of conditions.
With Election Day just weeks away, McDuffie County voters must decide who they want to lead the nation and represent them in Congress, at the Georgia state capitol and in their local communities.
Wayne’s Towing Recovery and Transport is offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the driver who struck and killed Jason Willis last week along Interstate 20 near mile marker 177.
The McDuffie County Board of Commissioners approved a rezoning request that would allow new homes to be built on Boneville Road property that was previously considered as blighted. The commission met for a public hearing on the request and then entered into a regular meeting Sept. 15.
The McDuffie County Planning Commission has placed about 25 rezoning signs around downtown Thomson and most simply indicate a residential area that is now zoned for business and will be rezoned for residential. A total of 28 parcels will be rezoned.
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.
Earlier this month, Georgia State Patrol Post 25, located in Grovetown, was named by Georgia MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) as the Post of the Year and received the highest honor, the Golden Achievement Award.
Thomson is nearing the adoption of a new ordinance which would set standards for driving golf carts on local streets. The ordinance will also be the basis for police to begin work to get ATVs off the streets of the city.
After a more than a decade gap, there is again a Thomson-McDuffie Easterseals Christmas ornament. The 2020 ornament, featuring the Government Center, is now on sale in locations around the community.