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Behind The News podcast – November 14, 2019

In this week’s Behind The News podcast, Blake Pittman and Len Robbins discuss the following items: Pearson City Council meeting (2:18); streaming of governmental meetings (12:58); Counterfeit money bust in Homerville (17:50); Clinch set to enter football playoffs (19:08); Scoop on Region 2-A realignment (22:22); Lanier County Pageant (25:33); Lanier, Echols start hoops seasons (26:08); and much more!…

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New GHSA region realignments released

The Georgia High School Association has announced alignments for the 2020-21 and 2021-22 academic years. In Class A, all private schools will be moved into Private Class A, where they will have eight regions. Public Class A will also have eight regions. This will mean that four teams from each region will get into the…

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Ben & Blake’s Excellent Adventure podcast – November 12, 2019

What’s your favorite “sleeper” movie? A movie that’s underrated or maybe only popular with you? This week, Ben & Blake share theirs, and also discuss:  Disney’s new streaming service is live (9:45); Haunting of Hill House 2 news (17:30); 25th anniversary of Saved by the Bell (21:15); New Pixar movie (25:30); 20 shows that could…

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Update: Teen arrested in connection with local burglaries

Homerville Police have arrested a 16-year-old in connection with a recent burglary spree. The teen was arrested today (Wednesday) in Argyle and charged with three counts of burglary, three counts of theft by taking, and three counts of theft by receiving stolen goods, according to Homerville Police Investigator Derrek Manning. The arrest is the second…

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Police arrest suspect in connection with rash of burglaries

Homerville Police hope they have ended a crime spree with the arrest of a local man Tuesday. Tuesday, Homerville Police arrested Tavorus Jamal Williams, 18, of Homerville, and charged him with multiple counts of burglary. He is accused of burglarizing three Homerville residences, and trying to break into one car. The investigation is not complete, according to Homerville…

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