Qualifying begins Monday, Aug. 19, and ends Friday, Aug. 23, for candidates looking to throw their hat in the ring for the 2019 municipal elections.
City officials, government employees and residents gathered to celebrate the promotions of 13 Valdosta Police Department personnel earlier this week at the city hall annex building.
The city council gave its nod to improvements at Valdosta Regional Airport and approved bids for city trucks at Thursday's meeting at City Hall.
Edgar Tooley has thrown his hat into the ring for Valdosta City Council at-large seat.
City of Valdosta Public Works Employee Franklin Kier was named Public Works Employee of the Year at the American Public Works Association Georgia Chapter annual meeting on Jeykll Island.
Mayor John Gayle and Valdosta Fire Chief Brian Boutwell honored Lawrence Goddard as the July 2019 Employee of the Month during a recent Valdosta City Council meeting.
Despite opposition from some residents, Valdosta City Council approved two apartment projects in the Baytree Road area.
Food Truck Thursday is expected to return bigger than before.
Four candidates running for Valdosta mayor met on stage Monday night to answer questions ranging from the biggest challenges facing the city to the purchase of a new performing arts center.
The city has started down a long and winding road to assess street problems.