November 19, 2014 RSS feed / News

Commercial reassessments feed Waynesboro digest

Higher assessments on commercial real estate pushed the City of Waynesboro’s tax digest up nearly $99,000 for 2014. Next month, the city plans to levy $1,460,530 in property taxes. More...

FAITH CHRISTIAN ACADEMY'S RUNNING CLUB BOASTS BIG NUMBERS

Faith Christian Academy proudly recognized 36 students at a pep rally for their participation in the school’s running club. More...

Christmas DOWNTOWN OPEN HOUSE

Sunday, November 23 • 1-5 p.m.

The annual Christmas Open House is set for this weekend in downtown Waynesboro, and local merchants are pulling out all the stops with great new merchandise, refreshments and decorations galore. More...

Arson to blame for destruction of historic church

A historic church near Perkins has been reduced to ashes and state officials are calling it arson. More...

County, school tax property rates likely to remain steady

Tax rates for the county and Board of Education will remain steady, if millage rates are adopted as planned next month. Taxpayers will likely have just a few days to settle up before the year’s end, though. More...

Georgia Power launches EV charger rebate program for businesses

Company rolls out multi-year initiative to encourage adoption of electric vehicles

Georgia Power announced the launch of its new electric vehicle (EV) charger rebate program for business customers. More...

SGA POSITIVE BEHAVIOR/CHARACTER CUBS FOR NOVEMBER

Good Citizenship was the Positive/Character Trait at SGA Elementary School for the month of November. More...

Scenes from the annual Legislative Breakfast

hosted by the Burke County Chamber of Commerce

Local leaders talked politics over grits and coffee last Thursday at Burke County Chamber of Commerce’s annual Legislative Breakfast. More...