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BlackBerry CEO questions future of tablets

Chief Executive Officer Thorsten Heins said the popularity of tablet computers may wane, an indication the company may shelve a follow-up to its ill- fated PlayBook device. Bloomberg.…

Veggies can be planted in small spaces

Often people with limited or no acreage forgo planting a vegetable garden. This need not be the case, since many vegetable varieties can be planted in small spaces. Using proper…

Vidalia onion season hurt by seed stem

Georgia’s wildly fluctuating temperatures in this year’s first four months played havoc on the state’s signature onion crop. While farmers were expecting a banner year for onion yields, a warm…

The wait for new Bacon school superintendent is over

After a lengthy search which began in January, the Bacon County Board of Education has named Dr. Laine Reichert as the finalist for Superintendent of Schools. The announcement was made…

More charges for Tifton shooting suspect

More charges for Tifton shooting suspect

A Tifton man is facing more charges in a shooting at a shopping complex two weeks ago. 29-year old LaCharles Dennard Miller was charged with aggravated assault after several businesses…

Darien insurance agent arrested for fraud

A Darien insurance agent with an office in Ludowici is behind bars after being arrested for insurance fraud after providing bogus certificates of insurance to clients. via The Coastal Source.…

Camden deputies seized $18,000 worth of clothing with theft prevention devices attached

Three Tampa residents stopped by a Camden County deputy have been sent on their way without most of the clothes they were carrying. Three occupants of a 2008 Jeep stopped…

Georgia home brewers can legally make more, transport it

Amateur brew masters no longer have to break the law to compete with the signing Monday of legislation that doubles their limit and allows them to transport their beer for…

Georgia Senate 2014: John Barrow ducks race, costing Dems top recruit

One of Democrats’ two top recruits for the Georgia Senate seat of retiring Sen. Saxby Chambliss (R) bowed out of consideration Tuesday, potentially clearing the field for Michelle Nunn, the…

Three arrested after domestic abuse call

Three arrested after domestic abuse call

April Nicole Raulerson, left, 26, and Jerry Rich Raulerson, 34, were arrested on outstanding warrants for failure to appear and simple battery (domestic violence) after deputies responded to the area…

Gov. Deal signs Fulton tax freeze

Gov. Nathan Deal signed controversial legislation Monday freezing property taxes in Fulton County for the next two years. House Bill 604 is one of a series of bills introduced in…

Two men found shot to death inside south Georgia residence

A house along the 5000 block of River Road in Seminole County is now the center of a double homicide investigation. Deputies with the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office say they…

Nahunta Primary School leads county in CCRPI scores

Brantley County Primary School led the county in results of the 2012 College and Career Ready Performance Index (CCRPI) tests with a 96.9 overall score, according to results provided by…

Parents magazine names Amelia Island 6th best beach town

Parents magazine on Monday named Amelia Island the sixth best beach town for day trips and vacations nationwide. The Nassau County hot spot was listed among America’s 10 Best Beach…

Outstanding warrant leads to two arrests

Outstanding warrant leads to two arrests

Tosha Nicole Dean, 27, was arrested and charged with possession of less than one ounce of marijuana and Toni Lynn Dean, 26, was arrested on outstanding probation warrants in the…

Georgia immigrants can now get temporary licenses

Gov. Nathan Deal has signed two bills into law making it easier for certain noncitizens to get Georgia driver’s licenses. Deal signed House Bill 475 at the Kia Motors plant…

Gov. Deal signs new house bill dealing with tourism

Georgia Governor Nathan Deal signed into law House Bill 318, which changes the procedures of the Georgia Tourism Development Act. Rashelle Beasley with the Albany Convention and Visitor’s Bureau says this bill…