During the holidays, people feel a little more generous toward their fellow human beings. There are many who do not have some of the things most people in the U.S. take for granted, such as food, money and a warm place to sleep.
The Best Western Evans Hotel in Grovetown, the Best Western White Columns Inn in Thomson and Americas Best Value Inn in Augusta have partnered with CSRA Happy Tails Rescue of Appling and will collect "Kibble for Kritters," during December 2011.
ATLANTA - The clash between government efficiency and parochial interest usually comes down to the vantage point of the political majority, and two recent initiatives hint at how a coming shift can have far-reaching reverberations. Item No.
Does your husband rub down his gun more than you? Does he go out for hours alone and come home smelling of doe scent? Does he uncharacteristically rise before dawn and sneak out of the house before you wake up? Does he talk incessantly about white-tail?...
Gift cards make great gifts. They are convenient, easy to use and readily available online and in stores. However, to avoid giving a gift that keeps on taking, thoroughly read and understand the disclosures that come with the card.
McDuffie County employees attended a Thanksgiving luncheon at The Depot on Nov. 22.
Board of Commissioners Chairman Charlie Newton spoke to the assembled employees, recognizing them for the hard work they do for the county throughout the year.
The following is the Tree of Love listing donations as of Nov. 18.
IN MEMORY OF: Jonathon Alley, given by Loretta Alley; Hugh W. Anderson, given by Mahala Anderson; Mrs. Nell Perry and Monte Ashcraft Sr., given by Pat Ashcraft; C.
Macedonia United Methodist Church will hold its 11th annual Christmas at Cedar Rock event Dec. 9-10, from 6:30 to 9 p.m. each night.
Christmas at Cedar Rock will feature a complimentary hayride through Christmas lights and displays.
FESTIVAL OF TREES The Thomson-McDuffie Chamber of Commerce celebrates Christmas the weekend of Dec. 1-4. Today 6:15 p.m.: Annual tree lighting at The Depot. Elementary school children will sing Christmas songs. Santa and Mrs. Claus will arrive.
Due to the faltering economy and declining hospital admissions, the McDuffie Regional Medical Center did not meet the expected bottom line for the month of October, according to a report by CFO Pat Parris at the hospital board's monthly meeting Monday.