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Barrow County Commissioner Steve Worley could face up to 20 years in prison if convicted of federal theft and bribery charges. The charges of federal programs theft and federal programs bribery that Worley was indicted for April 16 carry maximum sentences of ten years and $250,000 in fines per count. Comment?
Barrow County Commissioner Steve Worley has been indicted on theft and bribery charges, according to a City of Monroe spokesman. Worley has been released on bond after being arrested Thursday on charges of federal programs theft and federal programs bribery. Comment?
"Barrow Regional Medical Center continually evaluates the services we offer to ensure we meet the needs of our community and provide the best experience possible for our patients. Over the past few years, the demand for obstetrical services at our facility has continued to decline as an increasing number of families have chosen other hospitals to deliver," said spokesman Chad Conner. Comment?
Nehemiah Daniels competes in the long jump Tuesday afternoon for Winder-Barrow. Daniels finished ninth with a jump of 15' 2.75". Comment?
DACULA The Winder-Barrow Bulldoggs got an early start to a blue Christmas Saturday night when they dropped a 54-43 decision to Region 8-A Hebron Christian Academy. Garren's Bulldoggs were able to mount a lead three times in Saturday's contest, but upon neither occasion were they able to hold that lead very long as Hebron's smart-shooting offense and pretty solid ball-hawking defense gave the Doggs fits all evening on a night that saw three Winder-Barrow teams take home wins. Comment?
For the first time in several years, Winder businesses are going to be paying the City more in regulatory fees and occupation taxes starting next month. The Winder City Council passed the motion Tuesday in a 4-2 vote to increase the fees and taxes for businesses in the city. Comment?
A couple of issues that came up while he was pastor at Bethlehem First Baptist Church changed that mindset, and eventually led him to where he is now, a general election away from possibly being a U.S. congressman for Georgia's 10th district. "It was there at Bethlehem, when the ACLU came after Barrow County, that's what threw me in the front line," he said while at his campaign headquarters in downtown Monroe on a recent afternoon. Comment?
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