Light ‘em up and let ‘em fly! This Fourth of July brings a whole new element of excitement to family fun as new Georgia laws allow for an even louder fireworks celebration.
Thanks to a new law that went into effect today (Wednes
Following are the restaurant/food service inspection reports from Candler County Health Department for the period March 27 to June 22, 2015. Note: Not all restaurants were inspected during this quarter.
Vehicle owners can expect to pay a fee for how much your vehicle weighs, thanks to a new Highway Impact Fee that goes into effect today (Wednesday).
Candler County Historical Society will have as guest speaker for July Reggie Eakin, who is known in these parts as “The Georgia Gourd Guy.” The monthly meeting will be held on Monday, July 6, at 4 p.m. at the Museum.
From Metter to Greece, DEA alumni and Mercer University student Thomas Norton traveled halfway around the world to study abroad and take part in a mission trip in Hexamilia, Greece.
After months of planning and preparing, Candler County’s I-16 Industrial Park has now received its certification as a GRAD (Georgia Ready for Accelerated Development) Site.
Col. (Ret.) Paul Longgrear addresses the audience.
Metter High juniors enrolled in American Literature celebrated their “Great Gatsby Party,” a tradition that involved students in Jennifer Lewis and Shannon Stuckey’s classes. Activities included dressing in period-style clothing and enjoying food and music from the 1920s.Participants included (l-r) Jessica Tomas, Christan Deal, Kenzie Cook, Kayla Miller, Chelsea Deal, Carsen Cobb and Brent Patterson.
All eyes were on the skies Monday morning as a rarely seen cloud formation moved through Metter. Known as undulatus aperatus, the cloud formation is recognized for its “roughened or agitated wave” pattern. Typically, they look dark and forboding but usually dissipate without a storm forming. The formations are most often seen in the Plains states following thunderstorm activity, but made a rare appearance in Georgia Monday.
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