The City of Valdosta has seen a record number of inspection department permits this year despite the coronavirus pandemic.
Valdosta City Councilmember Vivian Miller-Cody was elected president of the Georgia Municipal Association’s District 11 during the association’s virtual annual meeting July 2.
The Valdosta Police Department will face the Valdosta Fire Department in the annual Battle of the Badges Guns vs. Hoses blood drive.
Six new officers were sworn in Tuesday at the Valdosta Police Department.
The Valdosta Police Department will hold open testing July 16 for hiring.
Valdosta City Council convened for its second regular meeting of June last week. The big ticket item of the night was approval of the new budget for FY21. Council members unanimously approved the $173,521,154, which spans from July 1 through June 30, 2021.
During the summer months, it is common to see a lot of rain in South Georgia.
Maker's Market has been relocated Saturday to accommodate social distancing downtown, Main Street organizers announced this week.
At its regularly scheduled May board meeting, the Valdosta Lowndes County Development Authority approved a development agreement that benefits the growth of a local existing industry.
While local protests over George Floyd’s death in Minneapolis at the hands of police have been peaceful, online comments have been vitriolic.