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New provost named at Georgia College

New provost named at Georgia College

Dr. Kelli Brown has been named provost and vice president for academic affairs. Source: Milledgeville Union-Recorder  Atlanta Public Schools cheating case to proceed The ruling dismisses defense efforts to get charges…

Georgia Power wants rate increase

Georgia Power asked the Public Service Commission late Friday for a $482 million rate increase, or about $7.84 per month for the average residential customer. Source: Augusta Chronicle/Saturday Atlanta Gas Light…

County libraries need right resources to thrive

County libraries need right resources to thrive

Too soon to tell “The term “pipeline” is generally met with some emotion. Images of the massive Alaskan oil pipeline and the recently discussed Keystone pipeline through the country’s midwest…

More than $1 million raised for Savannah Children’s Hospital

For the first time in the 21-year partnership between The Children’s Hospital at Memorial University Medical Center and Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, businesses and people from the Savannah area have…

City of Bronwood in Terrell County hit hard by storm

All entrances into the city of Bronwood in Terrell County remained closed overnight. A powerful thunderstorm uprooted numerous trees sending them crashing onto homes and cars. Source: WALB-TV Air in Gwinnett…

SO issues missing person alert

The Brantley County Sheriff’s Office has issued a missing person alert for Mitzi Danielle Bowen, 20, who was last seen May 11 in the area of Dixon Road in the…

Flood advisory for Brantley

A flood advisory has been issued for Brantley County until 9 p.m.…

Mistreating marriage

If aliens from another galaxy are monitoring our news and entertainment media, then they probably think gay marriage is the norm and that man-woman relationships are a horrid idea. Augusta…

Authorities investigate Effingham bank robbery

Rincon Police officers and Effingham County Sheriff’s deputies are at First Effingham Bank in Rincon investigating an apparent Monday afternoon bank robbery. According to authorities, around 2:15 p.m., a black male…

President of Georgia State Conference NAACP steps down

Enterprise Online offers more state news each day than any area daily newspaper.Take a look!…

Smithville closing police department because of budget cuts

Budget cuts have led city leaders in a small south Georgia town to shut down its police department.WALB-TV reports that the Smithville City Council decided at its meeting last week…

Pierce to headline Fourth celebration

Pierce to headline Fourth celebration

Kris Pierce has been named the headliner for the Brantley County Chamber of Commerce July 4th celebration to be held at Heron Field.…

Blackman charged with possession on school grounds

Gary Jonathan Blackman, 39, was arrested last week and charged with DUI, open container and possession of alcoholic beverages on public school grounds after deputies observed Blackman passed out in…

16-year-old dies in Macon ATV crash

A 16-year-old girl was killed in the crash of an all-terrain vehicle in central Georgia, authorities say. jacksonville.com.…

Clyde Crews, 70

HOBOKEN — Clyde Crews, 70, of Hoboken passed away late Saturday evening (June 22, 2013) at Mayo Clinic Health System in Waycross following a brief illness.…

Paula Deen supporters overflow her Savannah restaurant

Paula Deen supporters overflow her Savannah restaurant

Paula Deen’s Georgia restaurant saw huge lines of customers this week after the long-time Food Network host was fired for making racist comments. via Opposing Views.…