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Wild pigs threaten Lithonia neighborhood, animal control says nothing to do

Residents of a Georgia neighborhood say local animal control workers told them there is nothing they can do about four wild hogs roaming about. People living on Stonebridge Crescent in…

Savannah’s film office director suspended pending termination

Savannah Film Services Director Jay Self was suspended pending dismissal on Monday, according to a statement issued by city spokesman Bret Bell regarding the matter. Self is appealing the personnel…

Chatham Area Transit to offer express shuttle to airport

Beginning Oct. 7, Chatham Area Transit riders will be able to catch a CAT to the airport. Source: Savannah Morning News Maj. Gen. H.R. McMaster speaks about Vietnam War failures during…

Cost of deepening Savannah Port estimated at $625 million

Rep. Jack Kingston has planned a news conference for today at the Georgia Ports Authority headquarters with Rep. Bill Shuster of Pennsylvania. Source: WMAZ-TV State lawmakers look at bill on medical…

Carroll Meth Awareness Coalition to hold annual summit

This year’s summit, to be held Oct. 17 at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Carrollton, will focus on the impact drug and alcohol abuse has on local families. Source: Carrollton Times-Georgian Flu…

Rabid fox attacks Ellabell resident

Cathy Riccio was attacked by a rabid fox after trying to get her dachshund mix, who was leashed to a run line, away from the sick animal; it returned the…

Colquitt County BOE’s new school site still a hot issue

One person said the school plans are based on a site with a half-acre of wetlands, but actually, the land has two acres of wetlands, part of which is under…

World Technology Center to be launched in Stockbridge

The planned facility, from World Internet Group, will focus on start-up companies to launch new technology initiatives. Source: Henry Daily Herald PSC to hold hearing on Georgia Power rate proposal The…

Former growers of tobacco in Alma eye $58 billion Stevia market

Former growers of tobacco in Alma eye $58 billion Stevia market

The once-idled leaf-processing machines at a former tobacco trading house in Alma, are coming back to life. Except now the warehouse, which still smells like tobacco leaves and cigarette smoke,…

Fort Benning shows off new combat equipment

The Maneuver Battle Lab at Fort Benning  Tuesday showed off some of the new combat equipment and technology it has been testing. The equipment includes the Lightweight Small Arms Technology…

Angler reels in relic from prehistoric past

A giant fish captured in Lake Lanier is a reminder of the monster fish that lurk in the depths of Georgias lakes. The Georgia Department of Natural Resources says the…