As the United Way of Walton County kicked off another fundraising campaign with its annual presentation to the Walton County Chamber of Commer…
A group of local teen musicians joined forces to put on benefit concert to raise money for cystic fibrosis research.
Country singer reunites with the little girl for whom he performed
Benny Parker can’t figure it out. The outgoing commander of the Lindsey-Garrett American Legion Post 64 in Monroe has been part of the group s…
The track at Athens Tech could get a facelift, with a little help from the city of Monroe. It’s part of larger plan for the city to spruce up …
Pregnancy Resource Center holds annual gala on Thursday night
“If you are not the Leland S. Cox the third that was in platoon 1049, PISC, USMC in Sep-Nov 1967, then please throw this letter away and don’t…
The Social Circle Police Department held its inaugural awards banquet, Tuesday, March 12, at Church at the Grove in Social Circle.
In the past 10 or so years, America has seen a boom of craft breweries. It started on the West Coast, in places like Portland and Denver, in t…
Local man publishes story collection
There's a football game in Atlanta next weekend.
It’s still just a skeleton, all metal beams and plywood and muddy concrete floors. But later this year, the W.H. Stanton Memorial Library in S…
With his glasses perched on his forehead and pencil in hand, Pastor Hugo Bryan-Porter wants Angela to know why the numbers don’t add up.
Back when Wayne Dimsdale was growing up in Oxford in the 1950’s, there wasn’t much to do. Not like there is now, at least.
MONROE, Ga. – Schools throughout Walton EMC’s 10-county service area have received more than $1 million through the co-op’s School EmPOWERment…
There are 18 rolls of lights. Each is 150 feet long. There is an LED light every inch.
Steve and Susan Brown left Monroe, where they’d both grown up, in the 1970s. They moved west, to Gwinnett County, where they spent 30 years.
For the past three years, a group called NG3 has been working at George Walton Academy, Monroe Area High School and Walnut Grove High School.
Today, the NFL combine is a big deal. Prospects get dressed up in tights, wear labels with numbers and test their 40-yard dash, vertical leap,…
The City of Monroe is now in the running to bring a 10 -12 week live music series to Monroe during the summer of 2019.
A first aid kit and knowledge gleaned from YouTube helped a local man save the day for a woman hurt by a turtle.
Sheriff’s deputies from two counties responded this weekend when several people shot a firearm from a vehicle at a house on Nunnally Farm Road in Walton County.
Gwinnett police said a man destroyed his business and claimed he was the victim of a racially motivated attack.
Around 25 residents of the Conestoga Mobile Home Park attended the Monroe City Council’s Tuesday night meeting to voice their concerns and fears over the park’s future.
The Alcovy Circuit bench, long a model of stability, will see a bit of an overhaul after the 2020 elections.
District Attorney Layla Zon will not seek reelection in 2020, but instead will throw her name in the hat to take the bench after Superior Court Judge Samuel Ozburn announced he would not look to return for another term.
You have probably noticed the BOGO acronym being used throughout television, radio and print advertisements. This acronym stands for Buy One, Get One, but does not always mean that you have to buy one to get one.
Loganville voters will choose three representatives for their City Council in the fall of 2019, and at least one of them will be a new face at City Hall.
Esther Louise Holmes Ball, 60, of Monroe died Friday, Sept. 6, 2019.
Police responding to a bomb threat found a Loganville man with two backpacks on the roof of a shopping center.