March 12, 2014 RSS feed / News

Timber damage stacks up

MILLIONS OF DOLLARS

Burke County’s timber stands were likely hit the hardest of any in the state, according to foresters who surveyed damage from the ice storm last month.  More...

KATIE DEAL: TOMORROW & FOREVER

Patsy Cline tribute coming to Waynesboro

Her two national tours sold out.  Now Katie Deal is bringing her one-woman Patsy Cline tribute  Today, Tomorrow & Forever to Burke County next weekend.  Katie, the fiddle-playing daughter of Gov. More...

Chamber to host panel for businesses

The Burke County Chamber of Commerce will host a Business Resource Panel on Thursday, March 27th to provide information on a variety of programs available to local businesses.  More...

REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS

The following are property transfers, as recorded by Burke County Board of Assessor’s Office:   AgGeorgia Farm Credit ACA to Hart Acquisitions LLC ; Sept. More...

FBLA members active in school, community

The Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) at Burke County High School are implementing school and community projects that are in sync with this year’s theme, “Chart Your Course.”  More...

MEGA LIFT

1,100-TON MODULE PLACED AT NEW VOGTLE UNIT

More than five stories tall and weighing 1,100-tons, it was the biggest lift yet. More...

MILLIONS AND MILLIONS

Georgia Power Company paid its Burke County property taxes to the tune of $23.3 million. The 2013 bill was nearly $4 million higher than 2012’s, thanks to construction on Plant Vogtle’s Units 3 and 4. More...

Why Lent?

We’ve got Rhythm!

We did this last year. Why do it this year?   More...