February 7, 2018 RSS feed / News

Is it more winter or warmer weather?

Students in Jami Walden’s first grade class at Waynesboro Primary School were sad to see their shadows last week, as the group sported their groundhog masks and went outside to get in on the weather predicting. More...

Library named in Gresham’s honor

A lifelong resident and advocate for the City of Keysville was recently honored as the library at Boggs Rural Life Center was named for her.The Emma Gresham African American Research Library opened its door on Jan. More...

Judge Flythe to hear Georgia Supreme Court case

Superior Court Judge John Flythe of the Augusta Judicial Circuit has been designated to serve in place of Justice Nels S. D. Peterson in the appeal of Campaign for Accountability v. More...

New club member

The Waynesboro Optimist Club recently welcomed its newest member – Radeta Smith. Smith, who serves as the Burke County Clerk of Superior Court, is pictured with Optimist Club President Harrison Simpson.   More...

Advice for Avoiding Automobile Repair Scams

When your vehicle needs repairs, you don't need a crash course in auto mechanics, but you should know how to find a reliable shop and mechanic. More...

Lewis receives Certificate of Distinction

Brenda Lewis, who serves as vice mayor for the City of Waynesboro, recently received the prestigious Certificate of Distinction award from the Harold F. More...

Wimberly Gala is Saturday

Get your masks and wallets ready for Mardi Gras – Burke County style. More...

Tractor Supply, FFA looking for projects to fund

Grants for Growing applications open through Feb. 14

Georgia FFA chapters in search of funding for their next animal science lab, community garden or other noteworthy agricultural project, take note. More...

Kit and the Kats

Audience members just couldn’t stay seated last week as the Waynesboro-Burke Concert Series presented its third concert of the season – Kit and the Kats. More...

BCHS SkillsUSA students advance to state

The Burke County High School SkillsUSA students recently traveled to Dublin for the Region 6 SkillsUSA conference, performing well in various competitions and demonstrating their expertise in individual skills. More...