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Waycross residents meet about cancer cluster

Residents of Waycross believe an old industrial waste water processor is to blame for a cancer cluster in the community. Residents had a meeting and will be going out into…

Emily Drusilla Drury, 49

September 4, 2013 — Emily Drusilla Head Drury, 49, of White Oak died suddenly Wednesday at her residence. Visitation will be held Sunday evening Sept. 8 starting at 6 p.m. at…

Study shows children’s use of e-cigarettes is increasing

The new study suggests many kids are now getting a first taste of nicotine through e-cigarettes and then moving on to regular tobacco products. Source: AccessNorthGa.com/AP Anti-underage drinking ads to be…

Noah’s Ark Animal Sanctuary in Locust Grove seeks $500,000

The U.S. Department of Agriculture guidelines require the sanctuary to raise its current eight-foot fencing to 16 feet, according to Noah’s Ark personnel — and there’s 40 acres to cover.…

Former ASU Foundation employees indicted

Two former employees of Albany State University Foundation, Inc. have been indicted by a Dougherty County grand jury on charges of racketeering. Source: Albany Herald Dougherty County School System won’t budge…

Farmers Home Furniture expanding in Dublin

    The company is planning a $4 million expansion and will add 62 jobs over the next decade. Source: Macon Telegraph Award-winning Sweet Grass Dairy to offer cheesemaking classes Source: Thomasville…

Rep. Austin Scott outlines upcoming legislative session at Valdosta event

  Speaking at a Rotary Club luncheon Wednesday, Congressional Representative Austin Scott outlined his priorities for Congress’ upcoming session, starting with the corporate tax rate, which Scott argues should be…

No Georgia law prohibits leaving a child in a running car

A Columbus man left a 1-year old in a running car at a convenience store; he can be charged with reckless conduct, a misdemeanor. Source: Columbus Ledger-Enquirer State aims to help…

DOL accidentally emails Social Security numbers of thousands

The Georgia Department of Labor is warning thousands of people who filed for unemployment that their secure information has been breached and emailed to 1,000 people. The information the DOL…

Advocate for rebels wields influence with Kerry, McCain

Advocate for rebels wields influence with Kerry, McCain

The woman whose opinion lawmakers are relying on to go to war in Syria is also a paid advocate for the war-torn country’s rebels. On Wednesday, Secretary of State John…

Former Atlanta schools chief charged in test cheating scandal has cancer

Beverly Hall, the former Atlanta schools superintendent accused of a participating in a large-scale conspiracy to cheat on standardized tests, has breast cancer, her lawyer said Thursday. Hall is receiving…