Category Archives: Flint Media

BPS: Funderburke, Green Attend FBI National Academy Training Conference

Bainbridge Public Safety Chief Investigator Larry Funderburke and Deputy Director Frank Green took part in the FBI National Academy Associates – Georgia Chapter – Summer Training Conference held at Callaway Gardens from June 10 – 13. Green and Funderburke are both graduates of the FBI National Academy, a professional course of study for United States and International Law… Read More »

LIBRARY NEWS: What’s Going on at the Gilbert H Gragg Library

New Books at the Library Come check out the new books that we have for you at the Decatur County – Gilbert H. Gragg Library! No One Ever Asked by Katie Ganshert, All That I Can Fix by Crystal Chan, and Wicked River by Jenny Milchman are just a few of the books that have just arrived. Get these and more at the library… Read More »




WEATHER: Potential for Lots of Rain This Weekend

According to the National Weather Service in Tallahassee, southwest Georgia could see excessive amounts of rainfall over the course of our Father’s Day weekend.  Specifically, Saturday could bring isolated totals of 2-5 inches in certain areas, which would bring with it the potential for localized flooding. From the National Weather Service: “The Weather Prediction Center has highlighted our… Read More »

Friday Night Road Check Leads to Multiple Arrests, Citations

PRESS RELEASE On Friday evening, members of the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety’s Southwestern Traffic Enforcement Network (SWTEN) gathered in Bainbridge to perform several road safety checks throughout our area. At the conclusion of Friday night’s area road checks, 53 citations had been written. These citations included 6 persons who were arrested for DUI, 5 for driving on a suspended license,… Read More »

SWGRL: Latest Library News

New Books at the Library                          Come check out the new books that we have for you at the Decatur County – Gilbert H. Gragg Library! Pelican Point by Irene Hannon, And She Was by Jessica Verdi, and Live in Infamy by Caroline Tung Richmond are just a few of the books that… Read More »