April 10, 2019 RSS feed / News

Chapel plays an important role at EBA

After the 8:10 bell finishes ringing, the students settle down and all bow their heads for prayer. This is how a typical chapel session begins at Edmund Burke Academy. More...

MAGNOLIA SPRINGS CALENDAR OF EVENTS

SATURDAY, APRIL 13   Cori's Photography Workshop  1 PM to 3 PM  Magnolia Springs State Park - Millen, GA  More...

Historic church to hold annual meeting

The historic Bark Camp Church will host its annual meeting, Saturday, April 20, at 11 a.m. Bark Camp Church was established in 1788 before George Washington was elected president. More...

Be a Smarter Consumer

There is no shortage of scams out there today. Consumers of all ages and nationalities are targeted by con artists whose primary goal is to part you from your money. The best way to avoid being taken advantage of is to become a smarter consumer. More...

Waynesboro woman killed in morning crash

A Waynesboro woman’s death marks the second fatality on Burke roadways in less than a week.  Authorities responded to a single vehicle crash at the intersection of Four Points Road and Old Waynesboro Road around 7 a.m. Friday morning. More...

REMOP seeking local samples for education

The Radionuclide Education, Monitoring and Outreach Project, operated by the University of Georgia’s Savannah River Ecology Laboratory (SREL), is continuing the sampling phase of its project. More...

Deadline for the Emergency Conservation Program is April 26

Due to high winds resulting from Hurricane Michael October 10th and 11th 2018, some producers suffered severe storm damage in their orchards. These damages include broken limbs and possibly uprooted trees. More...

Georgia Power, Georgia DOT encourage drivers to be aware of road construction

Partnership highlights road safety tips for crews and drivers during National Work Zone Awareness Week

ATLANTA – April 7, 2019 – Spring has arrived which means road, tree and utility work is on the rise. More...