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You may be interested to know that you reside in a dumper of a place called Georgia. That revelation comes courtesy of TOP Data, a market research company with offices all over the world including … more
The coming days will mark three weeks since Russian President Vladimir Putin unleashed a campaign of brutal military aggression on the neighboring country of Ukraine. As civilian deaths approach … more
Though spiders are marvels of God’s design, that probably isn’t your first thought when you suddenly notice a spider dangling from the ceiling only a few inches from your face. Spiders tend to … more
St. Philip Center of Hope will be open for March distribution on Thursday, March 1, from 10 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. more

Midville First Baptist Church will present a dramatic play telling the story of four people who knew Jesus or were associated with Him during His life and at the time of His death. Each person tells … more
Brittany is a full-time journalist at The Forest-Blade and Kyle is employed as a shipping clerk at Battle Lumber in Wadley. When not at work, the couple enjoys spending quality time together with … more
The City of Adrian proudly announces the residence of Donald Meeks as its March 2022 Yard of the Month recipient. The City of Adrian appreciates the efforts of its residents in helping “Build For … more
Emanuel County Schools is joining in a statewide celebration this week to salute the efforts of local school board members. The week of March 14-18, 2022 has been proclaimed School Board Appreciation … more
by WHITLEY CLIFTON As announced in last week’s edition of The Forest-Blade , the month of March is recognized as National Cheerleading Safety Month, which means this is the perfect time to … more

On Friday afternoon, March 11, Emanuel County Sheriff’s Office (ECSO) investigators and Swainsboro Police Department (SPD) detectives executed a search warrant on Johnson Powell Road in north … more
by WHITLEY CLIFTON On Thursday, March 10, a total of 44 Johnson County (JOCO) middle school and high school BETA Club students, accompanied by club sponsors, made a special delivery to the Betty … more
by Brittany Hall Throughout history, many courageous canines have accompanied their owners through the worst of times. Fearlessly following their handlers into war, comforting them through … more
FRIGID TEMPS EXPECTED SATURDAY NIGHT THROUGH SUNDAY MORNING Special Weather Statement issued March 11 at 2:51PM EST by NWS Peachtree City GA Unseasonably cold air will settle across the entire area … more
We're expecting big changes to our weather beginning tomorrow (Friday) night into Saturday as a powerful storm system tracks across the Southeast region. Multiple, potentially high-impact weather … more

Shepeard Community Blood Center will be hosting a blood drive at Emanuel Medical Center on Wednesday, March 23, from 1 until 5:30 p.m. At this time, all blood donors are needed, but especially donors … more
Members of Swainsboro City Council and Mayor Greg Bennett met for their regular monthly meeting on Monday, March 7, at 6 p.m. at City Hall. Bishop Bertha Jones of Williams Grove Church provided the … more
"I ran for Senate on the promise to use my business experience and conservative values to put the hardworking folks in our district first – ahead of Atlanta and the special interests," Said Billy … more
To celebrate Read Across America Day, Miss East Georgia State College (EGSC) Anita Cerpovicz visited two second grade classes at Swainsboro Primary School. Dr. Paul Cerpovicz, a professor at EGSC, … more
A crowd of several hundred joined Georgia Governor Brain Kemp this past Friday as he once again visited Emanuel County to provide an update on issues in Atlanta and across the state. Under picture … more

Commissioners are bringing back the “Keep Emanuel Beautiful” Committee. They are asking for citizens who have concerns and ideas on how the trash situation in Emanuel county can be handled. We … more
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