You won't be seeing illusionist Adam Trent next week in a tuxedo waving a magic wand over a top hat, saying "abracadabra" and pulling a rabbit out of the hat during his Augusta-area visit. That's just not his style.
Appling is far from what many might expect from the seat of one of the state's fastest growing counties, but residents and commissioners say that doesn't make the once burgeoning city in the back woods of Georgia any less important.
ATLANTA - After some maneuverings at the 11th hour of its 2016 session, the General Assembly passed a bill that would allow an individual or corporation to get a state tax credit for donating money to a rural health care organization.
The Thomson-McDuffie County Convention & Visitors Bureau will hold a free public screening of the documentary film Blind Willie's Blues on Friday, May 6, at 7 p.m. at the Thomson Depot at 111 Railroad St.