April 11, 2007
Thomasville-- Just a few weeks after Thomas County made an offer to buy the property where J-Man Auto Sales now sits, owner Patrick Wilson says he's been served with a subpoena.
He says the county is trying to use eminent domain to take the land, to build a new courthouse. He thinks the way they're going about it is unfair.
"The offer that they gave me it just, its not enough. I've been getting the price of buildings and property and it's no where close to what its going to take to move," said Wilson.
He will go to court on April 30th to plead his case. He says if he has to move, all he wants is enough money to reopen his shop somewhere else and to be able to stay in business.
Albany City commissioners are working to fight crime in their districts and some are seeing success in the new year.
Chicken Salad Chick is now open. It's located at 2416 Dawson Road in Albany.
There was a three-vehicle accident involving a Dougherty County Police cruiser on Highway 19 in Dougherty County Wednesday night.
Parents in Valdosta react to hearing of a possible school bus driver strike that could take place in days to come, for several reasons.
A man accused of making threats of violence against law enforcement and the general public has turned himself in to authorities.