Chris Christie, New Jersey’s bumptious governor, was bound to get smacked eventually. You have to like the blunt, straightforward Christie. He has no time for sugar coating but every so often becomes so objectionable, so rude, such a bully, you just wish somebody would slap him up side the head.
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Executive Vice President Mitch Englert told Capital City Bank employees in Quincy that Capital City Bank Group had acquired Quincy State Bank (QSB) and the transition would take place March 19. QSB, the oldest chartered bank in the state of Florida, was more than doubling the size of Capital City Bank in Gadsden County. The 37 employees at QSB were being retained to handle the additional work load or in other positions within Capital City Bank Group, Englert said. [Full Story »]
Andrews is Havana’s law officer of the year
The Havana Police Department (HPD) has named Sgt. Donteris Andrews as the 2013 Law Enforcement Officer of the Year.
East Gadsden maintains a “C” grade
Superintendent Focuses On Every Detail of High School Grades
Opening night at Gadsden Arts
The New Visions of the Florida Landscape exhibition opened Friday at the Gadsden Arts Center in Quincy.
County long-term debt at $13.6 mil
Clerk of Courts Nicholas Thomas gave the commission a summary of the county’s long term debts.
Bears becoming nuisance in Gadsden Co.
Have you seen a bear in Gadsden County?
Retiree’s life revolves around kids
Retirement for some means spending time in a garden or hobbies.
Munroe falls hard to FAMU High, twice
On Tuesday night, FAMU scored an astounding 40 points in the first quarter and 30 points in the second quarter to lead Munroe 70-12 at the half. They dominated from start to finish and won 106-21. For Munroe, Maddey Pappadakis made two three pointers and led in scoring with eight points.
Border War football game has local flavor
The Big Bend Stars will take on the Thomasville-Bainbridge-Moultrie-Tifton area Stars in a Florida-Georgia War of the Border football game Friday night in Moultrie.
Infant Zoie Marie Rickard passed away peacefully Friday January 10, 2014
She was born at 4:01 a.m. and went to meet Jesus the same day.
The graveside funeral service will be held at 2:00p.m. Tuesday, January 14, 2014 at Roselawn Cemetery in Tallahassee.
Zoie was the daughter of James “Jay” Ryan Richard and Alyssa Marie Rutledge of Tallahassee.
Her Maternal grandparents Gene ‘Skeet” and Cindy Rutledge; Maternal Great grandparents Gene and Melinda Wood; and Gene and Linda Rutledge.
Paternal Grandparent Cindy Carr; Paternal Great-grandparents Evertt Car, and Jean Burkholder; her aunt & uncle Missy and Jordon McGuire.
Zoie Marie is in the care of Faith Funeral Home in Havana (850.539.4300 or www.faithfuneralhome.com)
Zoie Marie, was born sleeping at 4:01a.m. on January 10, 2014 Mommy and Daddy love you Angel...