September 20, 2017 RSS feed / News

Flea market grand opening slated for this Saturday

The love runs deep – all the way to middle school to be exact. Back then, Kevin Scott Harrison bought and sold baseball cards at the old Phinizy Road Flea Market in Augusta. More...

Planters EMC - Irma punches co-op but friends help recover

Hurricane Irma is now a memory, but it was a historic storm that left its mark on the Southeast. More...

Six resources added to historic register

Six resources were newly added to the Georgia Register of Historic Places in August 2017. More...

2017-18 Burke County Public School Teachers of the Year

The Burke County Public School System recently announced its five finalists for District Teacher of the Year. These teachers will be honored during the Burke County High School football halftime show on Friday, Oct. 20. More...

Home Country — Slim Randles

It begins in early morning, when the early risers among us go out to do the chores. Later on, the day may seem almost summer hot, but early in the morning, we can feel it. We can sense autumn. More...

County proposes $97 million budget

A $10 million appropriation for construction of the new Burke County Judicial Center tops the list of major expenditures for Burke County in fiscal year 2018.  A hearing on the new budget will be held at 6 p.m. today (Wednesday, Sept. More...

Constitution Week, Sept. 17-23

The Edmund Burke Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution will be promoting Constitution Week, which is Sept. 17-23.  More...

Ninth traffic fatality of 2017 reported

A 37-year-old South Carolina man has died from injuries he received in a collision with a tractor-trailer on Highway 56 south of Waynesboro.  More...

WHAT’S FOR LUNCH?

Next week’s elementary school lunch menu for Burke County Public Schools:  MONDAY: Steak Nuggets w/ roll or Yogurt and Granola w/ string cheese Choices: Broccoli Normandy, Black Eyed Peas, Squash Casserole, Pineapple & Cherries, Fresh More...

Need to clean up after the hurricane?

Disposal of debris can be a major concern. No matter what state you live in, the type of debris you will encounter will be much the same: damaged buildings, downed trees, building materials, and household and other types of hazardous waste. More...

News from the WAYNESBORO ROTARY CLUB

Three local high school students attended the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards conference at South Georgia College in Douglas over the summer. On Tuesday, the three related their experiences to the club members who sponsored their trip. More...

Rockin’ in the ’Boro

Nearly 450 attendees showed up for the Waynesboro-Burke Concert Series first concert of the season, and they were not disappointed by the talents of Ed Turner and Number 9. More...