“Glad to get this behind us and get that road fixed,” District 3 Commissioner Dee Lindsey said just before a stripped-down version of the Greene County Commission voted to sue
Smith Communications, parent company of Lake Oconee News, was recognized at the Georgia Press Association’s 133rd annual convention on May 31 and awarded with a total of 43 awards for
The Madison City Council approved a resolution for its FY2020 budget at its June 10 meeting. The new budget outlines the city’s expected revenues and expenses for the upcoming year.
A separation and general release agreement between the Eatonton Putnam Water and Sewer Authority and its former director Donna Van Haute states that she will receive $42,515 in “severance benefits.”
After six years in the Greensboro Police Department, Officer Ray Harris reported in for his last day of duty on Thursday, May 30. He left Greensboro this week and began
MORGAN COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE Scottie Lee Boughter (no age or address listed) was arrested June 5 on a warrant out of Walton County. On June 5, a local woman reported
A man and woman were both arrested following an incident that occurred on I-20 at around 3 a.m. on the morning of June 4. According to reports, Deputy Michael Holloway
A Greensboro man was killed in a vehicle crash, and in a separate incident, a child was badly burned in a house fire; both tragedies happened in Eatonton Thursday evening, June 13.
Lake Oconee News Copyright © 2019