Police have released more details in a Tuesday Baldwin County wreck that killed a former Waynesboro school headmaster and injured three others, two of whom were from Hephzibah.
According to the Georgia State Patrol, William “Brent” Cribb, 40, of Waynesboro, was traveling in a 2002 Nissan Titan and hauling a utility trailer westbound on State Route 22 toward Milledgeville when he crossed traffic and struck a tractor trailer head-on around 10:55 a.m.
Dr. Jonathan Leightner, of Georgia Regents University, will discuss the Quran and its influence on Muslim belief and actions at a program at 6 p.m. Thursday at St. James United Methodist Church, 439 Greene Street.
Leightner, an economics professor at GRU’s Summerville Campus, has traveled and taught in the Far East and is writing a book on modern society and the sacred texts of major religions.
JEDBURG, S.C. — A Moncks Corner man has been arrested after a passenger in his car died as the driver drover away from a Dorchester County sheriff’s deputy.
Authorities told local media outlets that 23-year-old Archie Lee Reid Jr. has been charged with failure to stop for police in an attempted traffic stop Sunday night. It was not clear if Reid has an attorney.
Thirty-five-year-old Derrick Lawrence died in the wreck.,
ATHENS, Ga. -- Hoop skirts will go the way of Confederate uniforms as special-event attire for Greek organizations at the University of Georgia — into the past.
The hoop skirt ban came after UGA Student Affairs administrators met Monday with some UGA fraternity and sorority leaders, including representatives of the UGA chapters of Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Kappa Alpha fraternities, both of which have deep roots in the South.