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  • No Jurors Needed

    Toombs County Clerk of Courts Nancy Pittman says no Superior Court jurors will be needed to report for duty on Monday,  February 26 as all cases have been settled or continued. 

    Newsbreak | Kathy Hilt | 24 February 2024 | 09:19
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  • Under The Gold Dome: Week 7

    By: Sen. Blake Tillery (R–Vidalia)

    Week seven under the Gold Dome has concluded, and we're swiftly approaching an important milestone known as "Crossover Day" on February 29. This marks the deadline for all bills to pass through their originating chamber, commonly referred to as the house of

    Newsbreak | Jeff Raiford | 24 February 2024 | 06:45
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  • GSP Investigating Thursday Afternoon Wreck in Toombs County

    Investigator Wreck

    Wreck 2

    The Chief Investigator for the Middle Judicial Circuit of Georgia District Attorney’s Office was involved in a vehicular accident Thursday in Toombs County.

    Around 1:18 Thursday afternoon, Toombs County 911 dispatched received a call that two vehicles had been involved in an accident on Highway 15

    Newsbreak | Kathy Hilt | 23 February 2024 | 13:57
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  • Deer Causes Motorcycles to Collide Resulting in One Fatality

    An accident involving three motorcycles Friday afternoon in Toombs County resulted in one death.

    Douglas Hart of Woodstock, Wendell NeeSmith of Lyons, and Tony Ogletree of Uvalda were riding near the intersection of Old River Road and P.A. Grace Road when a deer crossed the roadway, hitting Hart’s

    Newsbreak | Kathy Hilt | 23 February 2024 | 13:43
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  • New Courthouse Requires Updated Security Training


    Court Security

    On February 13 and 14, the Toombs County Sheriff’s Office hosted training for Courthouse Security. The training was taught by Georgia Sheriff’s Association Training Division Program Coordinator Brent Loeffer,.  Staff from the Toombs County Sheriff’s Office and Detention Center, along with

    Newsbreak | Kathy Hilt | 23 February 2024 | 11:33
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  • Investigation by Multiple Agencies Leads to Federal Prison Sentence for Drugs, Dog Fighting

    DUBLIN, GA:  A Johnson County man has been sentenced to more than 16 years in prison after pleading guilty to drug trafficking, and awaits sentencing with other defendants after pleading guilty to dog fighting charges.

    Travis Lee Martin, a/k/a “Fat,” 42, of Wrightsville, Ga., was sentenced to 200

    Newsbreak | Kathy Hilt | 23 February 2024 | 11:03
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  • Area Police Blotter

    Vidalia Police Department reports the following arrests.

    Lamb, Regina - Vidalia - Criminal trespass

    Middleton, Ashley - Soperton - Suspended license, speeding

    Knowles, Antonio - Vidalia - Disorderly conduct

    Bailey, Brendan – Vidalia – Criminal trespass

    Byrd, Bennett Leonard – Vidalia – Warrant served

    Newsbreak | Jeff Raiford | 23 February 2024 | 09:47
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  • Chase in Toombs County Ends in Treutlen County

    Wiliams Crash

    Williams Arrest

    Another day: another high-speed pursuit in in a stolen vehicle which area law enforcement was called to respond.

    Toombs County Sheriff’s Office Captain Jordan Kight reports that on Saturday, February 17, a Toombs County Deputy attempted to make a traffic stop of the truck near the intersection of Hwy

    Newsbreak | Kathy Hilt | 22 February 2024 | 14:39
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  • Georgia First Bank Breaks Ground on New State-of-the-Art Bank Building in Vidalia.

    Front Left Angle

    Georgia First Bank is proud to announce the groundbreaking of its new building located at 112 Charles Andrews Drive in Vidalia, Georgia. This event marks the commencement of construction on what promises to be a landmark banking facility, designed to offer enhanced banking services and a superior

    Newsbreak | Jeff Raiford | 22 February 2024 | 14:01
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  • High-Speed Chase; Stolen Vehicles; Two in Custody

    A high-speed chase recently between law enforcement in multiple cities and counties including Vidalia and Montgomery County ended with stolen vehicles and two suspects in custody.

    On February 7, a Be on The Lookout, or what police refer to as a “BOLO” was sent out from the Alamo Police Department

    Newsbreak | Kathy Hilt | 21 February 2024 | 14:03
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  • Old School House Now Eye Sore and Dangerous

    Rev. Miller resized

    Rev. Ronald Miller was back this month to address the Vidalia City Council about his discontent in the lack of progress being made against the owner of a portion of the old J.D. Dickerson Training School. The building is in extreme disrepair and in unusable condition as it sits, and even though

    Newsbreak | Kathy Hilt | 20 February 2024 | 15:07
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  • MCES Students SOAR

    January SOAR Students MCES 002

    Some students at Montgomery County Elementary School are SOARING like Eagles by representing the SOAR Code to Strive to do their best; Own their action; Act safely; Respect themselves and others.

    January SOAR Students in PK-5 are: Back Row (L-R)- Mrs. Donnelly, Sara Wallace, Parker Toler, Kael

    Newsbreak | Kathy Hilt | 20 February 2024 | 13:33
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  • Today's Top Stories From ABC News - February 20th

    Russia is now said to be on the offensive at multiple points on the frontline, putting Ukrainian forces under significant pressure in some places as they suffer increasingly severe ammunition shortages. In a reversal, President Biden now says he would meet with House Speaker Mike Johnson to

    Newsbreak | Jeff Raiford | 20 February 2024 | 06:46
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  • Early Voting Has Begun in Presidential Preference Primary

    Early in-person voting in the Presidential Preference Primary opened Monday and will run through March 8. Toombs County voters who wish to participate in early voting should remember that voting is now being done in Suite 112 on the first floor of the new Toombs County Courthouse in Lyons. The

    Newsbreak | Kathy Hilt | 19 February 2024 | 15:06
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  • Arrest Made in Claxton Motel Shootings

     A Waynesboro woman was arrested Friday and charged with the murder of two women and the injuries of two more victims in a Claxton motel on the morning of Valentine’s Day last week.

    The Georgia Bureau of Investigation has arrested Celeste Denise Adams, 23, in the deaths of Shalonde Stevens and

    Newsbreak | Kathy Hilt | 19 February 2024 | 15:05
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  • Rockledge Resident Wins 2024 Vidalia Onion Festival T-Shirt Design Contest

    The Vidalia Onion Festival is pleased to announce the winner of its annual T-Shirt Design Contest: Marlee Powell of Rockledge, Georgia! Her creative design will be featured on the official festival t-shirt, worn by attendees throughout the celebration held April 25th-28th, 2024 and beyond.


    Newsbreak | Kathy Hilt | 19 February 2024 | 11:37
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  • From the House: Week 6

    2024 LD 19 Hagan Burns

    Rep. Leesa Hagan, Noah Gordy (House Page); and Speaker of the House Jon Burns

    By Rep. Leesa Hagan

    The Georgia House of Representatives kicked off the sixth week of the 2024 legislative session on February 12. We convened in the Chamber for four days and made significant progress as we passed 34

    Newsbreak | Kathy Hilt | 19 February 2024 | 09:25
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  • Under the Gold Dome: Week 6

    By Sen. Blake Tillery

    It  has been another busy week under the Gold Dome, as we concluded the sixth week of the 2024 Legislative Session. The Senate has worked on a range of issues, from the regulation of sports betting to expressions of Georgia’s support for increased border protection. Here’s a

    Newsbreak | Kathy Hilt | 19 February 2024 | 09:18
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