The campaign encourages you to call that number before you dig a hole in your yard to find out if there are underground utility lines where you want to dig.Experts say no matter the size of the project, calling 811 can save you a headache and prevent the loss of utility service in your neighborhood.“There’s gas line sewer lines, water lines telecommunications lines and the number one priority of 811 and call before you dig is safety,” says Jimmy Norman, with Water, Gas, and Light.At Water Gas and light, representatives say every year lots of people end up hitting lines while doing home projects.Copyright 2014 WALB. All rights reserved.
An annual Albany event will be at a new location this year, due to damaged caused by January's storms.
A South Georgia attraction is giving students a chance to hang out with superheroes during Spring Break.
Coffee County drug investigators have arrested a 28-year-old Douglas man on distribution charges after he was caught selling ecstasy in a local restaurant parking lot.
More than two months after a tornado struck Dougherty County, a toddler reported missing during the storm has still not been found.
Hundreds of students have sent in their applications for a new career academy in Dougherty County.