Savannah Biggs is known as ‘Noodles’ due to her long, blonde and curly hair. She is a pint sized powerhouse on the soccer field and, over the weekend at the Atlanta Peach Classic tournament, she emerged as a profile in courage and a shining example to her PC Fury teammates.
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A 33-year-old Spalding County man is missing and authorities are asking for the public's help in locating him.
UPDATE:Reports began surfacing on social media Tuesday night that Landers had been found dead in an area reservoir. The Herald-Gazette has confirmed he was found dead in an area off West Teamon Circle. There is a large reservoir in that area.[Full Story »]
Pike Soccer is offering competitive opportunities for players who would like to take their games to higher levels.
Academy evaluations (U9, U10, U11 and U12) and Select/Athena tryouts (U13) will be held from 6:30 - 8 p.m. on May 31, June 4 and June 5 at the Pike County Soccer Complex located at 330 Twin Oaks Drive. For more info., e-mail Don Bohensky.
Qualifying got off to a fast start Wednesday with 12 local candidates paying fees by 4 p.m. Most were candidates or incumbents who had previously announced but one county commissioner drew unannounced competition.
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Due to complications from a power failure at our Macon, Ga. printing plant, distribution of the 5.22.2012 print edition of The Herald-Gazette will be delayed today.
Subscribers will not be receiving newspapers in the mail Tuesday and distribution to retail outlets and news racks will be late. The e-edition is online and is available at the link at the top right of this page. Print subscribers receive the e-edition free.
This delay is due to problems beyond our control and is the first delay in delivering to our mail subscribers in over 30 years. We apologize for any inconvenience and are working diligently to correct the problem.
A $45 million dip in the tax digest caused by mass revaluations of property in the wake of the real estate bust has given the Lamar County board of education a bad case of budget blues. The lowering of the digest could cost it from $300,000 to $800,000. [Full Story »]