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Today's News

  • Ford submits resignation letter

    Auburn Ford Jr., Midway city manager, submitted his letter of resignation to Mayor Jerrod Holton on Monday. “It is with mixed emotions, yet with firm conviction that I write this letter of resignation,” Ford wrote.

    This is the body of the letter of resignation:

  • Paws up for high school football!

    TERRANCE CHISOLM

    Times Sports 

    Correspondent

    Our three local high school football teams have been preparing during the summer months and now it is time for East Gadsden, West Gadsden and Robert F. Munroe to strap up and hit the field.

  • Praise the Lord! Aug. 22, 2013

    Church appreciates the Rev. Thomas

    The Steward Temple AME Church, located at 85 Woodward Road, Quincy, Florida, invites you to an Appreciation worship service and dinner for our pastor, Rev. Louisa L. Thomas. If you love our pastor as we do, make plans to fellowship with us on August 25, 2013 at 11:00 A.M. The guest speaker for this special occasion will be Bishop John Neal of Climax, Ga. 

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  • Quincy hires two interim attorneys

    Quincy has gone from no city attorney to two interim attorneys. During a special Aug. 13 meeting, city commissioners voted to hire J. Jerome Miller as the city’s interim attorney and Hubert R. Brown as the attorney for the Community Redevelopment Agency. 

    The men will replace former city attorney Larry White who was terminated earlier this month.

  • Super Lube robbery leads to three arrests

    Three men, suspected of robbing the Quincy Super-Lube, were arrested shortly after the alleged crime Aug, 13.

  • Ready to learn

    They were bright–eyed and ready to learn Monday morning as the first day of school went off without a hitch. Thousands of children came to school by bus, car and a few walked but all appeared ready for the start of a new year. 

    Teachers had been preparing classrooms since last week with brightly colored bulletin boards intended to get students in the mindset for learning.

  • FBI raids Midway City Hall

    Federal and state agents descended Aug. 15 on Midway City Hall, the homes of Midway City Manager Auburn Ford Jr., as well as citizen and contractor Sam Stevens.

    “This is a joint investigation of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. The city hall has been closed and should reopen around noon,” said an FDLE agent station outside of city hall early Thursday morning. He suggested that all inquires be made to FDLE’s public information office.

  • FBI raids Midway City Hall

    Federal and state agents descended Aug. 15 on Midway City Hall, the homes of Midway City Manager Auburn Ford Jr., as well as citizen and contractor Sam Stevens.

    “This is a joint investigation of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. The city hall has been closed and should reopen around noon,” said an FDLE agent station outside of city hall early Thursday morning. He suggested that all inquires be made to FDLE’s public information office.

  • Midway under investigation

    Early Thursday morning, federal and state agents descended on Midway.

    It has been suggested that the investigation could center around construction of the new fire station dedicated Aug. 8 in Midway; however, FDLE has not released probable cause for the investigation.

    City Manager Auburn Ford Jr. was arrested on a charge of violation of probation in connection with an original assault conviction without bond. He has been transferred to Leon County Jail. He will go before Circuit Judge Judith Hawkins on Aug. 16.

  • Sting nets accused child predator

    A sting operation aimed at online child predators led to arrest for a man who authorities say thought he was communicating with a 12-year-old girl, but was really sending graphic photos and other sexual content to an undercover law enforcement officer. He was arrested while at a Gadsden County high school where authorities say he sought employment and had spent more than two weeks volunteering.