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Georgia has strictest student restraint, seclusion preventions

In 2004, a 13-year-old boy struggling with ADHD hanged himself after being locked in a “time-out room” at his school in Gainsville, Ga. His parents ... Read more

BLT preps for ‘Beauty and the Beast’ production

Will the Beast (Eli Poche) finally find love and escape the evil spell put on him and his whole household by an enchantress? Will Belle ... Read more

City Council votes in favor of farmer’s market on West Street

The Bainbridge City Council passed a motion last night to close a portion of West Street every Saturday morning for about six months out of ... Read more

Indictments reveal details of BikeFest incident

Indictments reveal details of BikeFest incident

Late at night on Saturday, Sept. 15, 2012 at the Bainbridge BikeFest grounds, a fight between Decatur County law enforcement and a civilian led to ... Read more

Rotary discusses Bainbridge Marina upgrades

Updates on the improvements made to the Bainbridge Marina over the past year since Mike King has been the director were given to Rotary at ... Read more

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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