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A fifth suspect has been arrested and charged with armed robbery, false imprisonment, kidnapping and battery. [Read More]
The Hospital Authority of Valdosta and Lowndes County unexpectedly met behind closed doors Wednesday evening to address concerns handed down by The Joint Commission earlier... [Read More]
Four people are charged with felony armed robbery, false imprisonment, kidnapping and battery. [Read More]
A 41-year-old man was found dead early Sunday morning and police are investigating the death as a homicide. [Read More]
A proposed tax increase will draw people to government meetings. [Read More]
A proposed tax increase will draw people to government meetings. [Read More]
The residents who live on Hamm Estates Drive dread the rain. [Read More]
Lowndes County should not experience severe weather from Hurricane Florence, according to reports issued by emergency officials Thursday. [Read More]
South Georgia Medical Center is seeking an interim chief executive officer to replace the current interim CEO while it searches for a permanent CEO. [Read More]
South Georgia residents will soon see a one cent increase in their sales tax beginning Oct. 1. [Read More]
Lowndes County commissioners approved increasing the spending limit for the county manager and finance director Tuesday. [Read More]
For the first time, Lowndes County and the City of Valdosta will be holding a joint 9/11 ceremony. [Read More]
State Sen. Ellis Black was acknowledged for his work benefiting Georgia cities and was presented with the Champion of Georgia's Cities Legislative Service Award. [Read More]
City council approved a change to its alcohol ordinance that will allow brewpubs to sell and pour malt beverages on site. [Read More]
Valdosta City Council approved a moratorium of 180 days on renaming streets inside the city. [Read More]
Parking on lawns around VSU could land students and residents a ticket. [Read More]
The city's public works department has been officially designated as first responders during emergency situations. [Read More]
Lawrence McCoy started his career with the City of Valdosta in August 1988 as an automotive service technician. [Read More]
This Sept. 11, there are several events planned around the community to both commemorate the tragedy and as honor service members in the area. [Read More]
Valdosta Georgia State Patrol Troopers investigated 116 traffic crashes, which resulted in 53 injuries and two fatalities in August. [Read More]