February 14, 2007
Sylvester- The damage done by Tuesday's storm was fairly widespread across Worth County. The County's Emergency Management Agency received calls for damages from west of Sylvester to Poulan.
Wednesday, the County's EMA, the Department of Transportation and City and County Public Works crews were out assessing the county's damages.
"Down power lines, downed trees, blown a lot of rooftops, tin off the roofs and all we believe it's straight line winds," said Jason Brooks, Worth County EMA Deputy Director.
Since most of the damage done was on private property, the County EMA said it would be up to individual homeowners to remove the debris.
Haley Little, Crisp Co. Sheriff's Office Public Information Officer, has worked the past several months to completely remodel the website.
Saturday, an Albany health service group will kick off a new push to gain inclusion for kids and adults with developmental disabilities.
Superintendent Kermit Gillard asked Principal Stacey Whigham to resign January 10th.
The mayor of Thomasville says he overlooked $22,000 in unpaid property taxes over the last three years.
The Valdosta-Lowndes County Conference Center and Tourism Authority appointed Chris Hamilton as the new president and CEO.