News

Yuletide Jubilee to light up downtown Bainbridge

Willis Park will be transformed into a winter wonderland Thursday evening as Bainbridge hosts the Yuletide Jubilee. The new event is a combination of the ... Read more

BLT preps for holiday production

A farcical comedy titled, “A Dickens Christmas Carol: A Traveling Travesty in Two Tumultuous Acts,” will be presented this weekend at the Bainbridge Little Theatre ... Read more

BSA Troop 502 Eagles thank Rotary Club

Four Eagle Scouts, members of Troop 502, came to Rotary this week, along with their leader, Jamey Whitaker. Read more

BHS Art Club shows community support with fundraisers

By Taylor Bush The Art Club and art classes at BHS are up to great things this semester. With a new teacher and a great ... Read more

40th annual Swine Time Festival a joy for all

The 2014 Swine Time Festival was a fantastic experience as hundreds of visitors from near and far came to Climax to celebrate last weekend. Read more

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  1. Friends reminisce on legacy of Reuben Reynolds
  2. Bainbridge retail sees flux of shoppers to kick off weekend
  3. BPS: common sense can prevent holiday crimes
  4. Small Business Saturday gives residents reason to shop local
  5. Cox, Dean remembered fondly by friends, residents
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Health and Fitness

Local cancer survivors treated to annual gift, dinner

A group of 48 cancer survivors, plus their families and friends, were guests at a survivors supper held Friday evening at First United Methodist Church. ... Read more

Memorial Board talks finance, possibility of losing SPLOST funds

Memorial Hospital and Manor has only three months left in their current fiscal year, and financial matters continued to dominate the business discussion at Tuesday’s ... Read more

First baby of 2014 born in Bainbridge healthy, happy

Leighanna Cari Gail has the distinction of being the 2014 New Year’s baby born at Memorial Hospital’s Kirbo Women’s Center. She arrived Saturday, Jan. 4, ... Read more