Lynn Robinson Camp can still remember what that bridge looked like.

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As the United Way of Walton County kicked off another fundraising campaign with its annual presentation to the Walton County Chamber of Commerce Wednesday at the Monroe Golf & Country Club, one after another, each speaker reiterated the reason why they were there, pushing for aid in fund…

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 since 1967.

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 passive parks around town.

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 give it another thought,” wrote Joe Bolin, of Moultrie, in a letter to Walton County lawyer L. Stanford Cox III in August of last year.

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 the 1990s, but more recently has spread nationwide.

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 Social Circle will have finished its expansion and renovation.

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 Grant program.

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, bench press and other athletic measures on national television.

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.

Monroe native honored for storied career in journalism

In 1932, John Denton, the 27-year-old principal of Monroe High School, decided his school needed a gym. Monroe A & M had one. Gratis had one. His students didn’t.

A major infill development project will be before the Monroe City Council next week.

Margaret Atha Cooper celebrated her century of life at its focus: Gratis, Georgia, Center Hill Baptist Church. Vibrant, cheerful, appreciative, Margaret greeted family and well-wishers as they remembered her contributions, August 29, 1918. Although her life began at the ending of WWI when a …

After the first event was canceled due to a power outage following a storm, Hope Monroe will be having their second annual Housing Expo on Oct. 6 at the Community City at 602 East Church Street in Monroe. The event will begin at 9:30 a.m. and is free for all attendees.

Having a disabled child changes the way a parent sees the world.

sheets of colorful paper taped to the wall at the Walton County School District annex.  

The Walton County Extension Office  and the Monroe Downtown Development Authority are in the process of creating a community garden in Monroe.

When Dr. Denny Malcom looks around downtown Social Circle today, he doesn’t see many of the same businesses that were around when he first opened his dentist’s office at 133 South Cherokee Road.

A group of Social Circle citizens teamed up to provide a domestic abuse prevention class on Aug. 6.

The Silver Queen teal taco truck has become a staple at local events in the past year, but plans to serve chef Wes Kent’s tortilla- enclosed goodness in a more permanent location took a step forward in last Tuesday’s council meeting.

They have the long hair, the Marshall amps, the tight pants and V-shaped guitars.

Readers rejoice. The W.H. Stanton Library in Social Circle is getting an expansion and a facelift.

Daughter conducts second wedding locally so her mother with illness can attend

After a year off from citywide celebrations for July 4th, festivities returned to Monroe with a bang this week. Well over 2,000 people attended the Bicentennial Freedom Celebration, hosted at the Athens Tech campus, and put on by the City of Monroe.

If one is looking to define “cacophony,” there wouldn’t be much need to look farther than the summer workshop at On Stage.

The Walton County art community suffered a monumental loss when Helen Thompson, an art educator at Loganville High School, died a few weeks ago.

J.T. Witcher gave his first sermon at Double Springs Baptist Church when he was 15. He wore khaki pants and a blue shirt, which he forgot to tuck in before stepping to the pulpit.

Earlier this year, Andy and Amy Bass were sitting in the Hardee’s parking lot, their entire lives loaded into their car.

Selected among four outstanding youth, Sunny Manning has been named the Youth of the Year by Walton County Boys & Girls Club.

A few years ago, Danny Shoemaker retired. He’d been a pastor at churches from Stone Mountain to Venezuela, and he thought he’d had enough.