July 3, 2013 RSS feed / People

Burke native praised for new biography

A Burke County native is being lauded for her new book.  Dr. Delores A. More...

People in the News

GA Tech grads Two Burke County residents recently graduated from the Georgia Institute of Technology. Min-Jae Sayer of Hephzibah received a BS in Aerospace Engineering; and Jarius Tillman of Hephzibah received a Master of Business Administration. More...

Raddie Oswald “Ross” Zittrouer III

Ross and Jamie Zittrouer of Waynesboro announce the birth of their son, Raddie Oswald “Ross” Zittrouer III, born April 17, 2013 at Doctors Hospital in Augusta, Ga. More...

Waynesboro Exchange Club

The Waynesboro Exchange Club celebrated another year of contributions to the community last Thursday at its annual officer installation banquet at the Waynesboro Country Club. More...

SCOUT’S HONOR

Local scout troops were recently recognized for giving back the community. The John Carter Camp #207 Sons ofto C. Confederate Veterans and the Margaret Jones Chapter No. More...

Reeves honored for longtime service to Planters

For nearly half a century, Robert Reeves Sr. More...

Lewis Receives Training Certificate

Waynesboro Councilmember Brenda Lewis was recently honored by the Georgia Municipal Association with a Certificate of Recognition from the Georgia Municipal Training Institute. More...

Awards for Retired Educators

Burke County Retired Educators Association recently held its Awards and Recognition Program. Above, Shirley Carlyle presents the Georgia Retired Educators Leadership Award to Leona Simpson. More...

Logan Randall Williams

Emily and Ryan Williams announce the birth of their son, Logan Randall, born 4:30 p.m., June 13, 2013. He weighed 7 pounds, 6.5 ounces and was 19 ½ inches long.  Logan was welcomed home by his big brother Brandon.  More...

Puppy love

The Burke County Library was crawling with canines during last Friday’s summer reading program event. More...