November 22, 2017 RSS feed / News

Community theatre presents spin on classic tale

Tickets on sale now

The long weeks are paying off as lines are memorized and costumes finalized. Soon, the public will get a chance to see what Burke Community Theatre has been working on since September.  More...

Law enforcement officers meet with state representatives

Seventy law enforcement offi- cers of Georgia to include many sheriffs and chiefs attended an event on Monday, Nov. 20, at the Burke County Office Park to discuss salaries, training and benefits with various Georgia House Representatives.  More...

Book It!

On Tuesday, Nov. 14, students of Waynesboro Primary School and their principal, Sam Adkins, participated in the “Book It! More...

CHRISTMAS TOUR OF HOMES

The Burke County Woman’s Club Christmas Tour of Homes will take place Saturday, Dec. 2, from 4-7 p.m. Each week we will display homes featured in the Waynesboro tour. In conjunction with the tour, St. More...

4-H Wildlife Team headed to nationals

On Oct. 21, a group of Burke County 4-H’ers competed in the State 4-H Wildlife Judging contest in Hampton. In the months leading up to the contest, the junior and senior teams were coached by Dr. Dee McKinney and Buck Marchington. More...

MACEC celebrates eight years

The Magnolia Acres Community Empowerment Committee (MACEC) recently celebrated its eighth anniversary in Magnolia Gardens. “It certainly was a pleasure for Mayor Greg Carswell to attend and support this occasion. More...