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Atlanta, GA – The Georgia Superior Court Clerks’ Cooperative Authority (GSCCCA), in con-junction with the Superior Court Clerks of Georgia, proudly announces that FANS, a free, consumer-friendly … more
This year’s winner of The Forest-Blade’s annual Big Game Contest is Andy Tapley. For a chance at winning a $100 prize, participants were to predict the winner of this year’s Super Bowl game. … more
Uncle Birdie, mascot for Keep Emanuel Beautiful, visited the Swainsboro Fire Department to learn about their aluminum can recycling program. For many years, our local firefighters have partnered with … more
The Pioneering Journey from Symptomatic Similarities to a Causal Connection For over 50 years, audiologists have been at the forefront of understanding the intricate rela-tionship between hearing … more

The Veterans at the Library held their weekly meeting Monday, February 12, at the Franklin Memorial Library at 9:15 a.m. With Chair John Tapley presiding, there were 40 in attendance with one new … more
Shepherd, Gary & McWhorter, LLC announces the closure of their law firm effective March 1, 2024. more
The Miss Emanuel County/Miss Southeast Georgia Board will proudly present the 42nd annual Miss Emanuel County, Miss Southeast Georgia and Miss Crossroads of the South Competitions on Saturday, … more
(Atlanta, Georgia/February 1, 2024) The national law firm of Baker Donelson has named Ivy N. Cadle, a Swainsboro native, office managing shareholder for the Firm's Atlanta and Macon offices. Mr. … more

Lingering projects and postponed action took the spotlight at the February 5 meeting of the Swainsboro City Council this past Monday evening. Reverend Kenneth Edge of the Emanuel Worship Center … more
A surprise celebration was held at Main Street Market Antique Mall on Friday, February 2, at 10 a.m. honoring Michael Bright who has managed the store successfully for 10 years. Bright was honored by … more
Exciting news for surrounding high school Seniors! C & G Car Care will be issuing a scholarship to one SHS, DEA, or ECI Senior. Student must be attending a Technical College to obtain a degree in a … more
National K-9 certification is difficult to achieve and difficult to maintain, and for the past couple of years, Swainsboro Police Department's K-9 unit has made the mark for National Certification. … more
The Emanuel County Institute FBLA chapter in Twin City will celebrate FBLA-PBL Week. To kick off the celebration, the officer team met with Twin City Mayor Matt Donaldson, at which time he signed a … more

Swainsboro-Emanuel County Chamber of Commerce proudly introduced Michael Appeadu, MD, Interventional Pain Management Specialist, to the community with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Optim Health … more
Emanuel County Probate Judge Don Wilkes announced that he will not seek re-election. Judge Wilkes shared that he plans to retire at the end of this term which is December 31, 2024. He will have … more
Suzanne Hendricks has had dreams of being a published author since she was in elementary school in southwest Georgia. Her parents, Drs. John and Sandra Shockley, who now reside in Morgan County, … more
As the third week of the 2024 Legislative Session comes to a close, I am eager to provide significant updates on the happenings under the Gold Dome. Last week was a busy one for us at the Capitol, as … more
On January 31, at approximately 6 p.m., deputies were dispatched to Emanuel Medical Center Emergency Room in response to reports of a 5-year-old child who had been struck and seriously injured by a … more

Listed below are Georgia Department of Public Health Food Service Establishment Inspection Reports for the month of January 2024, along with the violations: Hardees – Score 82 B … more
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