April 30, 2007
Alapaha -- Remember Hogzilla? The 1400 pound wild hog killed in Alapaha three years ago is about to be immortalized on the big screen.
Lithium Productions is helping produce a horror movie about the super swine called "The Legend of Hogzilla."
In 2004, Chris Griffin shot and hog and strung him off to show his massive size. Producers hope to have about 500 locals try out for 200 parts, and the film will be shot in Tift and Berrien counties.
Hogzilla's killer will be on the set to advise the moviemakers.
In less than a year, Southern Regional Technical College will begin to offer its courses on the campus of what by then will be the former Bainbridge State College.
Albany police are investigating after a man was shot during a shootout on Cedar Avenue.
Dougherty County commissioners have continued to search for answers on how the proposed Lee County Medical Center would affect taxpayers.
Two Georgia State Patrol Troopers in South Georgia are in the spotlight this week for possibly saving a 2-year-old's life.
According to a University System of Georgia sanctioned study, Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College had an economic impact of $369,874,664 on South Georgia during the 2016 fiscal year.