Tag Archives: Water Wars

NEWS: Georgia Wins Water Wars Battle, Georgia Southwestern to Name Building After Fallen Officers, and More

Here’s your southwest Georgia area news roundup for Wednesday, February 15, 2017: ATLANTA, GA (AJC) – Georgia notched a victory in a long-running legal dispute with Florida on Tuesday when a judicial official urged the U.S. Supreme Court to reject strict new water consumption limits that Georgia said would have struck a devastating blow to the state’s economy. TALLAHASSEE,… Read More »

Southwest Georgia News Roundup: Texas fugitive arrested in Early County

Texas fugitive caught in Early County Texas authorities asked local authorities to locate a suspect which had to Georgia after being charged with injury to a child under 15. Harris County Texas authorities received information that William Andrew Robinson, 49, was staying in a cabin at the Confederate Naval Yard in Saffold, Ga., where one of Robinson’s relatives… Read More »

Around Our Area: Roof tacks left on road outside Grady Sheriff’s Office

Roofing nails strewn along the road in front of the Grady County Sheriff’s Office wound up puncturing many tires, including some belonging to the sheriff, and authorities are trying to determine just how and when the nails got there. The silver tacks were discovered Monday morning and many employees at the sheriff’s office found them poked into their… Read More »