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Valdosta Police Arrest 17-Year Old for Breaking into Automobile

On November 20, 2017 at approximately 4:20 am, Valdosta Police Officers responded to a report of someone breaking into a resident's vehicle and attempting to steal property. Valdosta Police Officers responded to the location and observed a subject inside the resident's vehicle, rummaging through the


Faircloth resigns from Valdosta State

VALDOSTA - Dr. Myron Faircloth, a Valdosta State University assistant professor of nursing, has resigned from VSU effective December 15, according to Jessica Pope, VSU's communications and media relations coordinator. Earlier this year, Faircloth got into a dispute with the university over an open r

VALDOSTA DAILY TIMES - 2017-11-21 15:09:00

No FOG, no clog

VALDOSTA - From 20-pound Thanksgiving turkeys to Christmas morning baked hams, tis the season for greasy cooking, but city residents should be mindful about what they do with their grease. In the City of Valdosta there are roughly 300 miles of sewer lines flowing with waste. If those lines become cl

VALDOSTA DAILY TIMES - 2017-11-22 14:00:00

Treehouse Children's Advocacy Center has a new home

Patti Dozier/Times-EnterpriseJackla Lawson, The Treehouse executive director, works in a room that today is where abused children are interviewed at the facility's new housing at 510 Gordon Ave. Patti Dozier/Times-EnterpriseThe Treehouse staff hangs the sign at the facility's new address - 510 Gordo


Clarence Alonzo "Buddy" Blalock

Clarence Alonzo "Buddy" Blalock, 88, died Monday, Nov. 20, at South Georgia Medical Center, in Valdosta. He was born in Madison, where he lived most of his life. He was an accountant for Firestone Tire Company and a member of First United Methodist Church. Blalock is survived by two sons: Clarence A

GREENEPUBLISHING.COM - 2017-11-22 21:06:04

Time to fill the Empty Stocking

VALDOSTA - More than 1,000 South Georgia children will have a brighter Christmas morning this year thanks to the annual Empty Stocking Fund and the continued generosity of The Valdosta Daily Times' readers. Salvation Army Lt. Tasha Thomas said the organization will schedule registered parents to pic

VALDOSTA DAILY TIMES - 2017-11-22 20:00:00

100 Black Men host early Thanksgiving

VALDOSTA - Thanksgiving turkeys were cooked early at the Salvation Army, 320 Smithland Plane, Saturday morning. For the annual Thanksgiving Food Fest, 100 Black Men of Valdosta gave away free meals. Nathaniel Haugabrook, president of 100 Black Men of Valdosta, said the group cooked 45 turkeys, 40-


VPD opens dialogue with ACLU

VALDOSTA - The Valdosta Police Department has established a dialogue with American Civil Liberties Union. VPD Chief Brian Childress met with Faylon Traylor and Bentley Hudgins, both members of the American Civil Liberties Union, Atlanta office, Wednesday, in an effort to establish a dialogue between

VALDOSTA DAILY TIMES - 2017-11-21 14:30:00

Trenton man busted with cocaine

TRENTON >> A man was arrested after authorities seized $7,500 worth of cocaine following a two-month investigation. Raymond Brooks, 50, was the target of the investigation, the Mercer County Prosecutor's Office said in a news release. He was arrested Monday around 7:15 p.m. after authorities saw hi

TRENTONIAN - 2017-11-22 05:00:00

Trenton man assaults ex-girlfriend with a mailbox: COPS

TRENTON >> A city man was arrested early Wednesday morning after he allegedly turned a mailbox into a weapon while assaulting his ex-girlfriend. Gbarblo Vohor, 23, was charged with aggravated assault and weapons offenses following an argument that started shortly after he and his girlfriend separat

TRENTONIAN - 2017-11-22 05:00:00

Mother, son team up with Trenton community at to give thanks for 35th year

Brian Blakely (left) and his mom Clara E. Sampson putting together Thanksgiving baskets for the needy at the Jerusalem Baptist Church in Trenton. Sampson has been giving away Thanksgiving baskets for the past 35 years through her volunteer-based organization Willing Workers. SUBMITTED photos By Da

TRENTONIAN - 2017-11-22 05:00:00

Trenton police feed 60 families with Thanksgiving baskets

In years past, Trenton police officers have gathered donations to assemble about 30 Thanksgiving baskets for local families in need. This year, they doubled down with 60 baskets filled with a turkey and all the trimmings. "The object was to feed as many families as we could," Trenton Police Director

NJ.COM - 2017-11-22 23:16:04

Trenton Police distribute free Thanksgiving dinner baskets

TRENTON >> Cecelia Ellie expressed gratitude Wednesday after picking up a food-filled Thanksgiving dinner basket courtesy of the Trenton Police Department. "It's a blessing to have the Trenton Police," a smiling Ellie said as she stood alongside her three young daughters at TPD headquarters. "They a

TRENTONIAN - 2017-11-22 05:00:00

Trenton Children's Chorus receives $10K donation

TRENTON >> The Trenton Children's Chorus received a contribution of $10,000 from the Church & Dwight Employee Giving Fund to provide music education, performance opportunities, and transportation for Trenton area children. "I am impressed with this organization because, while their name implies the

TRENTONIAN - 2017-11-22 05:00:00

Trenton needs more supermarkets | Stoolmacher

Trenton is a food desert. That doesn't mean has sand dunes and lacks water - it means it has a dearth of grocery stores to serve its 84,000+ residents. There are only two supermarkets in Trenton, the Food Bazaar, a 60,000-square-foot store located in the Roebling Market, and an Aldi on North Olden A

NJ.COM - 2017-11-23 12:00:00

Trenton man found not guilty of nightclub murder

A Trenton man accused of killing a patron outside a city bar on New Year's Eve in 2013 is once again a free man. Desean Clark, 36, was found not guilty on all counts of murder, manslaughter and weapons offenses Tuesday afternoon in Mercer County Superior Court. Desean Clark He was accused of shoot

NJ.COM - 2017-11-21 22:33:51

Gov. Ivey Awards Grant to Selma Organization to Boost School Attendance, Reduce Juvenile Crime

A $24,750 grant awarded by Governor Kay Ivey will help a Selma-based organization reduce absenteeism in Selma and Dallas County schools and curtail juvenile crime. The grant will enable the Children's Policy Council of Dallas County to provide resources and guidance to encourage students at risk of

ALABAMANEWS.NET - 2017-11-22 21:23:57

Congresswoman Hosts Town Hall in Perry Co.

From the West Alabama Newsroom- Congresswoman Terri Sewell hosted town hall meeting in Marengo and Perry counties. Dozens of Perry County residents turned out for the town hall meeting Tuesday afternoon at Sowing Seeds of Hope in Marion. Sewell says the events give her a chance to connect with the p

ALABAMANEWS.NET - 2017-11-22 05:10:51

ASU's Turkey Day Classic schedule

Gary Franklin, a descendant of multiple members of the Marion Nine, provides a genealogical presentation of how he traced his family ancestry to ASU's founders. Time: 11 a.m. Where: Ralph D. Abernathy Auditorium Cost:: Free and open to the public Info: For more information, call 334-229-4824 or 334-


Prattville police find missing man with autism safe in Montgomery

The Prattville Police Department says a missing man who has autism has been found safe in Montgomery. Noah Richard Shelton, 32, disappeared from Lawrence Street in Prattville around noon and was believed to have been walking on railroad tracks. A citizen called police to say they'd seen Shelton. He'

WSFA - 2017-11-21 19:52:22