Bruce trial starts
The trial of Bradley Bruce, 40, started Tuesday morning.
Gadsden participates in Torch Run
Several hundred students and law enforcement officers participated in this year’s Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics held last Wednesday morning in Quincy.
Barber convicted by feds
Kenneth L. Barber, 62, of Tallahassee, was convicted by a federal jury in Tallahassee last week of wire fraud’
‘African Queen’ to ply the Apalachicola
George Floyd, the principal investor in the Chattahoochee Landing, and director of the Apalachicola Maritime Museum, spoke last week at the Quincy Rotary Club.
Community leader Bill Miller dies
William (Bill) Marvin Miller, 85, of Havana, FL, passed away Sunday, April 14, 2013 at Tallahassee Memorial Hospital.
EGHS track teams headed to Regionals
Members of the East Gadsden High School track team put in a serious practice Monday afternoon, April 15. The boys and girls track teams are preparing to go to the Regional Meet at Bolles High School.
Dustin Watson signs scholarship
Dustin Watson was one of three athletes at Liberty County High School who signed with Huntingdon College last week.
56 golfers enjoy Jack & Jill tourney
The 8th Annual Jack & Jill Golf Tournament was held Friday, April 12, at the Havana Golf and Country Club.