December 17, 2014 RSS feed / News

SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS SWORN IN

Three Burke County Board of Education members took their oath of office Monday as they anticipate beginning their new terms come January. More...

Blanchard and Calhoun opens Waynesboro office

New company, same faces. Blanchard and Calhoun has set up shop in Waynesboro following the closure of Hawkins and Whitaker Real Estate Company. More...

Vogtle milestones celebrated by thousands at the plant

The progress made at Plant Vogtle over the past year was celebrated with thousands of workers who are building the two new nuclear reactors there. More...

Sunday alcohol sales get final approval

Alcohol was more accessible in Burke County last Sunday. County Commissioners put the final stamp of approval on an ordinance liberalizing alcohol sales in the unincorporated areas of the county. More...

Burke Medical CEO Doug Keir resigns

The CEO of Burke Medical Center has resigned his position effective Jan. 2. Doug Keir, CEO since August 2013, has accepted a position as Director of Planning with University Healthcare System in Augusta. More...

FRANKLIN TAKES OATH

Burke County’s new Solicitor General was sworn in Monday morning. Matthew W. Franklin took his oath in front of family and friends at the Burke County Courthouse and will officially assume his post Jan. 1. More...

COKES FOR A CAUSE

Every sip of soda made a difference when Burke Medical Center employees decided to support a worthy cause this year. More...

Hitting clinic to be offered over the holiday break

Students can stay active while they’re out of school for the holidays. A Christmas Hitting Clinic will be offered at Burke County High School by the baseball and softball coaches on Dec. 22 and 23. More...

Scenes from A Cowboy Christmas

Parade sponsored by Waynesboro's Downtown Development Authority
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