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The dinner was held at VFW Post 5228 and 30 veterans were treated with a Thanksgiving-like meal along with a certificate of appreciation. [Read More]
The flags are to fly half-staff at judicial buildings and grounds throughout Georgia, in additional to the State Capital building and grounds. [Read More]
The festival features more than 20 food trucks that spread across the park. [Read More]
Overflo Outreach Ministries presented its second annual Bourgeoisie and Bow Ties Community Awards Gala on Friday. [Read More]
28-year-old Deandre Boyd is charged with cruelty to children, reckless conduct, criminal trespass, battery, and obstruction. [Read More]
Levi Junior Calhoun. 27 of Georgetown, Georgia was arrested on a felony warrant for making a terrorist threat. [Read More]
The luncheon took place at the St. Luke Ministry Center in Columbus. WTVM's Jason Dennis served as the emcee. [Read More]
The mayor and council members were sworn in at the city council chambers at noon in the city council chambers. [Read More]
The concert honors the sacrifices of America's veterans and commemorates the 100th anniversary of the WWI Armistice. [Read More]
Seniors are often targeted by dishonest people and companies for many reasons. [Read More]
The accident happened near Jackson Avenue and a section of Victory Drive is closed. [Read More]
A pedestrian was hit by a vehicle near 13th Street and Broadway Friday night. [Read More]
The brigade delivered donations of canned goods and supplies they've been collecting since June. [Read More]
Deltonya Warren has been named the interim superintendent of Eufaula City Schools. [Read More]
St. Anne Pacelli Catholic School celebrates 60th anniversary. [Read More]
Overflo Outreach Ministries of Columbus is currently in Uganda on a humanitarian mission trip. [Read More]
The marker is part of GHS's Business History Initiative. [Read More]
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According to the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA), the accident happened Thursday, Sept. 20 on U.S. Highway 280 near Lee Road 187. [Read More]
The museum now has the George S. Paul letter collection. Paul was an engineer in the U.S. Navy from 1863 to 1865. [Read More]