Category Archives: Government

Rep. Graves Votes to Protect Private Email Accounts from Warrantless Searches

Washington, D.C. – Rep. Tom Graves (R-GA-14) today voted for and the House passed the Email Privacy Act (H.R. 699), bipartisan legislation that updates privacy protections for emails maintained by third-party service providers, such as Google and Yahoo. Email privacy laws were last updated in 1986. “The last time Congress updated email privacy laws, I was a junior… Read More »

Robert Ingram is City of Bainbridge Employee of the Quarter

At last night’s Bainbridge City Council meeting, Robert Ingram was honored as the Employee of the Quarter.  According to his nomination, Robert works at the City’s Water Pollution Control Plant and went above and beyond the call of duty during recent flooding (which severely damaged sewer lines). Pictured Robert Ingram and Mayor Edward Reynolds Mayor Reynolds congratulates Robert… Read More »

Bainbridge Code Enforcement Officers Now Patrolling Entire County

On Monday, March 14, City of Bainbridge Code Enforcement officers were sworn in by Sheriff Wiley Griffin to provide jurisdictional powers throughout Decatur County.  Previously, the Bainbridge Code Enforcement officers’ jurisdiction was limited to the city limits of Bainbridge.  However, with the recent Bainbridge/Decatur County Code Enforcement merger, that radius has grown. Picture below are Chief Marshall Keith… Read More »

POLITICS: Qualified Candidates in Decatur County (Updated Wednesday afternoon)

As of Wednesday afternoon, here is the list of candidates that have qualified for local office in Decatur County: Non-partisan BOARD OF EDUCATION, DISTRICT 1 BOUIE, KELVIN KEITH 663 E GRIFFIN AVE DECATUR ATTAPULGUS GA 39815-2423 PROBATE JUDGE PERRY, EDWIN JONATHAN 1407 LAKEWOOD DR DECATUR BAINBRIDGE GA 39819-5198 STATE COURT JUDGE KENDRICK, DAVID A 508 E SHOTWELL ST… Read More »