June 22, 2007
Valdosta - Moody has opened the doors to the newest building on base, and have dedicated it to a local hero.
The 10 million dollar state of the art building will house 11 different departments, making it a one stop shop for airmen at Moody.
And they named it the Parker Greene Base Support Center, after the man who helped build the base up to the status it holds today.
Greene helped bring Moody through four Base Realignment and Closure Periods, one of which threatened to close the base for good.
Since he's been crucial in bringing more activity to Moody to help secure it from closure in the future.
Wild Adventures Theme Park is preparing for an eventful Memorial Day weekend.
Dougherty County E-M-S workers are increasingly coming in contact with a drug that could kill them on the job.
Dougherty County health educators this month are celebrating a significant decrease in teen pregnancies over the last decade.
People in Irwin County are working to save an historic park dedicated to Confederate President Jefferson Davis.
Dozens of South Georgians fired off questions and concerns about the proposed Lee County hospital at a summit hosted by the county on Thursday night.