Wednesday Jul 2
Crafts festival slated to begin
The 51st annual Mountain State Art and Craft Fair will kick off Thursday at the Cedar Lakes Conference Center near Ripley and run through Saturday.
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Tue Jul 01, 2014
Identity thief arrested, stole thousands from banks
Moultrie Police say a Michigan man stole nearly $10,000 from banks in Georgia and South Carolina using someone else's identity.
Coastal Bank finalizes merger with Ameris Bank
The Coastal Bank , a 60-year-old bank based in Savannah, has finalized its merger with Ameris Bank following approval of the deal by the Savannah bank's board of directors, reports Savannah Morning News.
Sun Jun 29, 2014
WFXL-TV Fox 31
Moultrie Tech demos emergency communication with amateur radios
Tornadoes, fires, storms and ice could all leave us without any way to communicate.
Fri Jun 27, 2014
UGA awarded $3.15 million to improve chronic disease management in the workplace
Researchers in the University of Georgia College of Public Health received a five-year, $3.15 million grant from the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute of the National Institutes of Health aimed at improving opportunities for individuals to better manage their chronic illness in the workplace.
Mon Jun 23, 2014
Katherleen Mae "Kat" Reagan Shiver
Katherleen Mae "Kat" Reagan Shiver, 97, of Moultrie, died Sunday, June 22, 2014 at Southern Care Assisted Living in Tifton.
Thu Jun 19, 2014
Moultrie Tech honors Boone for 10 years of service
Moultrie Technical College recognized Worth County's Bill Boone on June 18 for his 10 years of service to the MTC Board of Directors.
Wed Jun 18, 2014
WFXL-TV Fox 31
$7000 in property stolen in car break-ins
Law enforcement in Colquitt County are investigating several vehicle break-ins over the past few days with theft of property totaling more than $7,000.
Sat Jun 14, 2014
Henry Harding Parkerson Jr.
Henry Harding Parkerson Jr., 43, of Moultrie, died Friday, June 13, 2014 at his residence.
Fri Jun 13, 2014
The Detroit News
Unmanned aerial vehicles are flying to the farm
Moultrie, Ga - . -- Aerial drones, a technology perhaps best known for helping hunt terrorists on the other side of the globe, may soon begin helping U.S. farmers monitor what's happening in their fields.