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Best Restaurant Guide in Hoboken, GA

Look no further than Hoboken, GA to find some of the world's best restaurants. Whether you're looking for a romantic place for two, or a larger family-friendly establishment, Hoboken, GA offers a variety of restaurants to fit your needs. Sometimes hunger strikes unexpectedly and finding a good resta

CHAPMANHERALD.COM - 2018-03-20 18:47:00

Retiring local banker says 'thanks' to many longtime customers

The oft-quoted "bankers hours" have never been true for many community bankers, some of whom are accustomed to arriving early, or staying late, in order to meet their hard-working customers. Raymond Todd may have enjoyed his first crack at leisurely hours on a recent Friday, however, as the popular

BLACKSHEAR TIMES - 2018-03-21 01:19:00

New event, color run set for May 4-5

The first ever "Beats and Eats" celebration will take place Friday, May 4, at Blackshear City Park. The event, successor to the annual "Summer in the City" festival, will be part of smaller, but just as exciting weekend of activities, according to Better Hometown Manager Bethany Strickland. "We wa

BLACKSHEAR TIMES - 2018-03-21 01:18:00

YoungBoy Never Broke Again Indicted On Assault & Kidnapping Charges

Waycross, GA - YoungBoy Never Broke Again is out on bail, but the criminal case against him is proceeding. A grand jury has indicted the Baton Rouge native on charges of aggravated assault and kidnapping in Waycross, Georgia, according to TMZ. The news comes just a day after YoungBoy, whose real nam


This PCHS teen hits the books, the other team, & all the right notes as well.

Blackshear's Cole Tomlinson isn't your typical South Georgia high school sophomore. Most 16 year-olds have their plates full juggling schoolwork, sports and enough time to hang out with friends. Tomlinson does all that and a whole lot more. He stays on the honor roll, plays lineman on the football t

BLACKSHEAR TIMES - 2018-03-21 01:23:00

Chickens go wild at Fitzgerald festival

FITZGERALD - When life was groovy, Burmese chickens settled in the Colony City. What attracted them, no one knows, but the City of Fitzgerald has hosted the vibrant game bird since they landed there in the 60s. Originally, the birds were released at the Ocmulgee River, more than 70 miles away, to be

TIFTON GAZETTE - 2018-03-21 21:00:00

Sparkles & Spurs: Chamber wants you in jewelry & jeans for gala '18

Put on your boots and rhinestones and get ready for this year's annual chamber of commerce "Sparkles and Spurs" gala. The 63rd annual event will take place from 6:30-9:30 p.m. Thursday, April 12, at the Okefenokee Country Club, 1204 South River Oaks Drive, Blackshear. Chamber award recipients will

BLACKSHEAR TIMES - 2018-03-21 01:10:00

Work will begin soon on Jesup's solar setup

Work to provide solar generated electric power for the wastewater-treatment plant in Jesup is expected to begin this month, though ... PLEASE LOG IN FOR PREMIUM CONTENT. Our website requires visitors to log in to view the best local news. Not yet a subscriber? Subscribe today! Work to provide solar

THE PRESS-SENTINEL - 2018-03-20 23:23:00

Shooting leads to release revocation

VALDOSTA - A Lanier County man will spend four years in prison after his supervised release was revoked in Valdosta federal court. Senior U.S. District Judge Hugh Lawson ordered Frederick Tyrone Calhoun, 35, of Lakeland to serve 48 months after revoking his supervised release for a firearms offense,


Kingsland man requesting meeting with School Superintendent tased by police

A man was tased by police early Friday morning when police report he became agitated and refused to leave the lobby while requesting a meeting with a School Superintendent. According to the Kingsland Police Department, Jeffrey Travers was in the lobby of the Camden County Board of Education request


24 indicted in local drug-trafficking conspiracy

At least two dozen people allegedly participated in a major Glynn County-based drug-trafficking operation for a lengthy amount of time, law enforcement officials said Wednesday. But after a local and federal operation of around a year and a half, 23 people are now in jail, and of those, 16 face fede


Some Harveys grocery stores are closing in Middle Georgia. Is your store on the list? | The Telegraph

Three Harveys grocery stores in Middle Georgia are on the list of 94 underperforming stores its parent company expects to close. Jacksonville, Florida-based Southeastern Grocers announced late Thursday it voluntarily agreed to a court-supervised restructuring agreement to save $500 million, it will


The Charlestones appearing in Patterson Saturday night

The Charlestones, an all-male traditional a capella barbershop quartet, is coming to Patterson Saturday. The group will perform in concert beginning at 6 p.m. Saturday, March 17, at Eagle Station, 3507 Williams Street, Patterson. Tickets are available for $30 per person or $250 per table of 10. Th