Brantley County Sheriff’s Office deputies will soon be riding in new vehicles after getting approval from the Brantley County Board of Commissioners.

Expenditures still below pre-pandemic spending despite nearly $1.8m added backA year after losing more than $2 million in cuts, the Board of Education’s proposed FY22 budget shows nearly $1.8 restored. Superintendent Dr. Kim Morgan presented the members with a $33,078,961 budget during the Monday, June 14 work session and regular monthly meeting. The next budget hearing is slated for Thursday, June 24 at 6 p.m. The Cares Act Phase 3 budget will also be presented.

    Ware County officials are looking to replace Bartram Trail for the August 27 home opener.

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    About a dozen downed trees, loss of power reported in wakeHurricane Elsa slammed into north Florida and south Georgia Wednesday leaving behind broken trees, moderate damage, and drenching rains on already saturated grounds.

    WAYCROSS – Robert Melton, 69 of Waycross, passed away Wednesda…