The McDuffie County Board of Commissioners held a meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 7 to discuss the millage rate.
The City of Thomson is working on a plan to address issues that have arisen by young people selling bottled water and drinks at key intersections in the city.
Belle Meade Hunt last Thursday hosted emergency responders from across McDuffie County. This marked the 20th year of the hunt group holding a cookout to honor those in the community that work in public safety roles.
The 27th annual Blind Willie McTell Music Festival is set for Sept. 25. The event is to be held off Stagecoach Road, and typically draws around 2,000 attendees both local and from out of town.
Warren County Schools Walk of Fame is still in the early stages, but has promise. The Walk of Fame will be located out near the football field, and surround the Albert J. Massey monument, according to Scott Swann, teacher at Warren County. “We’re going to start off, you know, just kind of ma…
The Wrens Police Department is seeking the public’s help in identifying the person seen on surveillance burglarizing a local pharmacy this morning.
The McCormick County Sheriff’s Department, S.C., is investigating a shooting from last week that left a Dearing teen dead and two other individuals wounded.
National Night Out returns to Thomson this year after a six year hiatus. It is set for 6. p.m. Aug. 3 at the government complex and will bring all local aspects of public safety together to greet the public.
Thanks to a prize-winning chicken coop design by 4-H and FFA students from Warren County, Georgia’s newly established First Flock now has a stately home on the 18-acre grounds of Governor’s Mansion in Atlanta.
Ground was broken last week for Jabez Therapeutic Riding Center, which will be located at The Old Frontier Youth Camp on Old Milledgeville Road.