Category Archives: Government

BPS Capt. David Cutchin honored, Council members sworn in

It was a ceremonial night at the Tuesday, January 19 2016 meeting of the Bainbridge City Council.  Judge George Floyd performed the swearing in of one new council member, Mr. Kregg Close and two incumbent council members, Mrs. Roslyn Palmer and Mr. Don Whaley.   Mr. Close was elected to fill the term of councilman Luther Conyers, who… Read More »

Luther Conyers serves on Bainbridge City Council for one last meeting

At Tuesday night’s Bainbridge, City Council meeting, City Councilman Luther Conyers, Jr. was recognized for serving the City of Bainbridge for nearly 38 years. Conyers, now 86, said he had decided it was time to step aside and let others have a chance to serve, although he said he would still take an active interest in local government.… Read More »

Decatur County commissioners to meet

Decatur County commissioners will meet Tuesday, December 8, at 9 a.m. at the Decatur County Administration Building, 203 W. Broughton Street, with the following agenda: 9:00 AM CALL TO ORDER Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance Approval of Agenda Special Presentations: Public Participation Approve Minutes of Commissioners Regular Meeting held November 24, 2015 OLD BUSINESS: No Old Business to… Read More »

Personal info of Georgia voters accidentally released; Secretary of State thinks identity info remains safe

Secretary of State Brian Kemp says registered voters in Georgia should stay vigilant for signs of fraud and identity theft after his office released personal information for more than 6 million people. Kemp says the Social Security numbers, dates of birth and driver’s license numbers were inadvertently included in a voter file sent to political parties and media.… Read More »