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Today's News

  • Baseball season dedicated to De'Erick McCray

    It was ideal baseball weather and the field was in perfect condition as the players lined up on the sidelines.
    Baseball is back at Jackson Heights Park.
    "This is a celebration of joy for the community," said Erica Cotton. "We all shed tears on a daily basis."
    Cotton thanked the crowd for turning out and encouraged people to keep coming out to Jackson Heights Park and watch ball the games this season.

  • U.S. Forest Service responding to wildfires

    The U.S. Forest Service is concerned about the ongoing dry conditions causing wildfire danger to be high.  Apalachicola National Forest firefighters have responded to several wildfires since Sunday.

    North Florida is experiencing the effects of dry conditions, low humidity, unpredictable winds, and increasing temperatures that can lead to increased numbers of wildfires.

    Wildfires that burn out of control can impact forest lands and threaten the safety of people and property.

  • Quincy Florida X-Treme wins title at ESPN Disney Classic.

    Over Memorial Day weekend Quincy’s Florida X-Tremeunder 16 basketball team took part in one of AAU’s biggest tournaments in the country, the ESPN Wide World of Sport’s Disney Classic.

    The event attracted teams from as far away as New York, New Jersey, Minnesota, Indiana, South Carolina, North Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia and Florida.

  • Crowd turns out for Memorial Day

    Celebrating Memorial Day on the Gadsden County Courthouse Square is expected to become an annual event.

    On Monday, for first time in recent memory, the holiday was observed there as hundreds gathered to remember and honor those who died serving their country.

    Gadsden County Commissioner Sherrie Taylor who acknowledged it came together in pretty short order spearheaded the event.

  • Inside this week's Gadsden County Times
  • Challenges await Gadsden County's 2011 graduates

    Soon, members of the class of 2011 will step into the world amid optimistic speeches and witty greeting cards. Some will step seamlessly into their next phase in life, be it continuing education or gaining employment. For many, however, the state of the economy and corresponding high unemployment rate will stand as a barrier in efforts to engage society.
    It’s critical those clutching their new diplomas understand that, by graduating, they have proven something to their family, friends and the world: They are achievers.

  • East Gadsden High School names valedictorian

  • Authors visiting library

    Linger Longer

    AT YOUR LIBRARY

    Dr. Carolyn E. Poole, Director


    Congrats, Chattahoochee, there’s a triple treat in store for you. Three special authors are coming to town next week.

  • Fly-In this weekend at Quincy-Gadsden Airport

    The action’s at the airport Saturday May 14, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.. Pilots from all over the Southeast will converge on Quincy Municipal Airport for the annual Quincy Fly-In sponsored by Experimental Aircraft Association Chapter 445.

  • Led by Grena, students surpass expectations with FCAT writing scores

    t has been a great school year for Gretna Elementary.
    Earlier the Rams celebrated as Gretna was named an "A" school and last week it was announced they led the district as well as the Big Bend Region, in the percentage of students passing the FCAT Writing Test.

    "Gretna Elementary excelled with 100 percent of its fourth grade students passing," announced Superintendent Reginald James at a press conference on the district's scores.