October 17, 2018 RSS feed / News

Exchange Club fair opens Tuesday

The AliBaba is rolling this way, and next Tuesday, the gates will officially open for the 59th annual Waynesboro Exchange Club Fair.  More...

Hurricane Michael spares Burke County

While many in southwest Georgia are still without power and sifting through the devastation left in its wake, Hurricane Michael was much gentler on this side of the state.  More...

SCENES FROM BURKE MEDICAL CENTER'S

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Marine participates in a Combat Marksmanship Course

Lance Cpl. Michael Mathis stands on the firing line with an M16 rifle as he waits to begin the next round of firing during a Combat Marksmanship Program (CMP) range at Camp Hansen, Okinawa, Japan. More...

BCHS Bear Stage Players to present Fall Foolery

The Burke County High School Bear Stage Players will present a showcase production called Fall Foolery, once on Thursday, Oct. 18, and twice on Saturday, Oct. 20, in the James D. Smith Auditorium. More...

Engagement

Miss Robins to marry Mr. Sharpe

Mr. and Mrs. James R. Robins IV of North Augusta announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Grayson Robins, to Mr. Brandon Sharpe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Mallard and Mr. Wesley Sharpe of Waynesboro.  More...

Kerby’s Kids

Kerby’s Kids Foundation in Sardis held its third annual Family Fun Day. More...

U.S. Attorney Reminds Residents to Report Fraud After Disasters

After any natural disaster, scam artists come out of the woodwork to exploit people at a vulnerable time – stealing their money and their identity and often preventing them from getting the real help they need.  More...