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  • RTCA Announces Homecoming Court

    RtcaHocoFall21 057BbPictured L-R : Front Row-Carleigh DeFee, Katie McDuffie, Maison Garbutt, Carolina Mead, Madison Willams, and Ellie Graham Second Row-Aly Brown, Mary-Claire Wolfe, Caroline Thompson, and Marli McCranie Photo Credit: The Davis House


    Robert Toombs Christian Academy’s

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  • Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehab Staff Receives Daisy and Meadows Moment Awards

    Shannon Hart Rhonda PhillipsMeadows Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehab employees Shannon Hart, RN Clinic Coordinator, and Rhonda Phillips, Registered Respiratory Therapist, receive awards Thursday, Oct. 22. Left to right: Vice President of Patient Care Services and Chief Nursing Officer Jeffrey Harden; RN, Clinic Coordinator

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  • Cultural and Arts Grants Awarded

    Two cultural entities in Vidalia will share a total of almost $114,000 in grant money from the Georgia Council for the Arts, and local resident and State Senator Blake Tillery said the one-time grants shows the community’s support of cultural events.

    Sen. Tillery said, "When looking at our

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  • Sen. Blake Tillery Appointed to the Southern Regional Education Board’s Legislative Advisory Council


    ATLANTA (October 22, 2020) | Sen. Blake Tillery (R – Vidalia) has been appointed to the Southern Regional Education Board (SREB)’s Legislative Advisory Committee by Governor Brian P. Kemp. In this capacity, Sen. Tillery will serve alongside other state legislators and delegates to advise the board on key

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  • Vidalia Sets Trick-or-Treat

    The last quarter of the year is always busy in the City of Vidalia, and City Manager Nick Overstreet said with modifications, all events will continue.

    Next week is Halloween and in addition to the Spooktacular Trail in downtown on next Thursday night, parents have been asking about door-to-door

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  • Area Police Blotter - Updated

    Vidalia Police Department reports the following arrests.

    Thomas, Pepper A- W/F- 43 YOA-225 Cedar Wood Subdivision Lot 3 Uvalda, Ga- Theft by Shoplifting 3rd Offense, Warrant Service ( Jeff Davis County)

    Gaffney, Justin James- B/M- 23 YOA- 602 Old Collins Manassas Rd. Collins, Ga- Warrant Served

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  • Lyons Implements Water Monitoring System

    The City of Lyons is working to prevent customers from being surprised when they receive their monthly water bills.

    A new online monitoring program will provide real time water consumption reports. Lyons City Manager Jason Hall said in 2019 the city paired with Georgia Power to use their Smart

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  • Lyons Main Street "A Storybook Christmas"

    The Lyons Christmas Parade will see some changes this year; one of which will be the sponsors. This year the Lyons Main Street and Lyons Fire Department will be in charge, and the parade will be held on Friday night rather than Saturday.

    Parade registration for the December 4th parade are

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  • City of Lyons Trick or Treat Notice

    Halloween Public Notice1024 1

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  • Local and State COVID-19 Update

    The weekly stats for COVID-19 in local area schools were released on Friday, and the numbers are positively impressive.

    Toombs County School Superintendent Barry Waller reports that as of Friday, there is one student who is currently classified as having tested positive for the virus and 8

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  • Wilcox Receives Prestigious Award

    Garrett Wilcox

    Vidalia City School Superintendent Dr. Garrett Wilcox was named the recipient of the Georgia Schools Superintendents Association’s prestigious Bill Barr Leadership Award on Wednesday in Athens. The Bill Barr Leadership Award, named for and designed in honor of the highly-respected first executive

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  • VFW To Honor Local Civil Servants

    On October 28, the Veterans of Foreign Wars and VFW Auxiliary Post #3563 will say "thank you" to for local emergency personnel as part of national First Responder's Appreciation Day.

    Auxilary President Shirley Curl said, "It is good we have a day of recognition because sometimes we take their

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  • Vidalia Schools Introduce New Payment System

    The Vidalia City School District is proud to introduce a new way for parents to pay for field trips, yearbooks, spirit wear, athletic fees, and more. It's called School Cash Online, and it is a district wide initiative.

    School Cash Online is a web-based program that integrates parents' online

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  • Area Police Blotter

    Vidalia Police Department reports the following arrests.

    Thompson, Sonia Renee- W/F- 49 YOA- 2631 Ga Hwy 15 Vidalia, Ga.- No Driver’s License, Wrong Way on a One Way, Warrant Served (Pulaski Sheriff Office)

    Harlie,Jasmine N-B/F-26 YOA-12161 US Highway 301 S Lot 68 Statesboro, Ga- Driving With no License, No

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  • Inmate Back In Jail

    An inmate from the Toombs County Detention Center had a brief taste of freedom Sunday afternoon when he escaped from work detail at the jail.

    Toombs County Sheriff Alvie “Junior” Kight said that around 1:30, Dewey Vincent Hester, age 46, fled on foot and headed toward Bulldog Road where he entered

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  • Early Voting Underway in Toombs County

    Early voting for the November 3rd General Election is underway in Toombs County according to Toombs County Election Supervisor Carey Alligood.  Early voting began October 12th and will run through October 30th on Monday thru Friday 8:30 am to 5:00 pm.  There will be one day of Saturday voting on

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  • STC Emergency Services Education Adds Ambulance Simulator

    Newsletter Classroom 2215Jim Jones, Emergency Services Education Program DirectorSoutheastern Technical College (STC) has introduced a new element to enhance the training of the students enrolled in STC’s Emergency Services Education programs. With the help of a grant, STC purchased an indoor ambulance simulator. The

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  • Montgomery Sheriff's Office Recieves Grant

    The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office is pleased to announce it has received a $26,827 Grant from the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety (GOHS). This grant was awarded based upon the partnership with The Governor’s Office of Highway Safety in helping to reduce crashes, injuries, and fatalities

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