For the third time since 2013, credit-card and payment processor TSYS has received recognition for the volunteering its employees do in their communities — roughly 75,000 hours last year alone in the United States.
After taking a week longer than expected because of a dispute about the money available for teacher raises, the Muscogee County School Board approved final adoption of its $274,600,024 budget for fiscal year 2017, which starts July 1.
When neighbors found the bodies of Byron McKaig, 81, and Gladys McKaig, 90, following a devastating wildfire at Lake Isabella, Calif., they were not surprised to discover he had perished while trying to shield her from the flames.
An inmate in the Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Department’s Alternative Work Program won’t be doing his community service at the animal shelter any longer after posting online a photo of several euthanized dogs.
A Columbus man broke down in tears Thursday morning and admitted to molesting a 12-year-old girl at least three times since 2009, according to a detective’s testimony today in Columbus Recorder’s Court.