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Today's News

  • Lady Jags see week of success

    East Gadsden
    The East Gadsden Lady Jags had a good week last week defeating two Tallahassee teams, Leon and Godby. Dondrea Harris put up 25 points in East Gadsden’s 52-45 win over Leon High School and then posted 34 in a win the next night over Godby!
    EAST GADSDEN 52        LEON 45

  • Praise the Lord! Dec. 18, 2014

    Christmas
    cantata ahead
    Mt. Olive Freewill Baptist Church, Pastor-Elect John Harris invites you to join him as he presents a Christmas cantata entitled “Worship: Gifts for our King,” at 7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 19.
    The program will feature Mt. Olive Freewill Baptist Church Choir, Greater Saint Mark Primitive Baptist Praise Team, Shanna Walker, Lamorris McSwain, Omega Forbes, John Tornes, Marvin Boatman, Shakayla Wiggins and Damia Williams.  The church is 703 4th St., Quincy.
    Singing
    in the new year

  • Let it snow
  • Agency aims to promote healthy outlook

    The Florida Department of Economic Opportunity had a kick off meeting for its Competitive Florida Partnership with Gadsden County at the FAMU Research and Extension Farm on Monday morning. During the event,  FDEO representatives detailed a six -onth plan for helping Gadsden County agencies foster a mentality conducive to attracting better economic
    opportunities.

  • Project calls for safer walkways

    The Florida Department of Transportation recently released its five-year roadwork and construction plan for select counties across Florida, and the Gadsden County plan includes the construction of a sidewalk down South Adams road, which will increase safety for pedestrians trekking from the area around Tanyard Park to downtown.
    The sidewalk will be constructed on the western side of that street in 2019 and is one of many projects FDOT will complete in Gadsden County between 2016 and 2020.

  • Economic development approach emerging

    After postponing a decision about how to distribute $240,000 dedicated to county economic development at their Dec. 2 meeting until the three groups requesting the  funds have come together to form a collective plan, Gadsden County Commissioners listened to presentations from those three groups — the Gadsden County Development Council, Gadsden County Economic Development Council the and Gadsden County Chamber of Commerce — at a workshop Tuesday afternoon.

  • Project calls for safer walkways

    The Florida Department of Transportation recently released its five-year roadwork and construction plan for select counties across Florida, and the Gadsden County plan includes the construction of a sidewalk down South Adams road, which will increase safety for pedestrians trekking from the area around Tanyard Park to downtown.

    The sidewalk will be constructed on the western side of that street in 2019 and is one of many projects FDOT will complete in Gadsden County between 2016 and 2020.

  • Agency aims to promote healthy outlook

    The Florida Department of Economic Opportunity had a kick off meeting for its Competitive Florida Partnership with Gadsden County at the FAMU Research and Extension Farm on Monday morning. During the event,  FDEO representatives detailed a six -month plan for helping Gadsden County agencies foster a mentality conducive to attracting better economic opportunities.

  • Deputy loses home, contents to fire

    Deputy Regan Edwards and his family lost their home in the Sycamore Community to a house fire on Saturday, Dec. 13. The fire began in the master bedroom, completely destroying that side of the residence and causing severe smoke damage to the rest. Edwards attempted to extinguish the fire, according to first responders on scene, but the fire got out of control too fast, according to a Gadsden County Sheriff’s Office press release.

  • Holiday parade to prompt detours

    Quincy will continue to receive assistance from the county with maintaining paved and unpaved streets in Quincy after city commissioners approved an agreement for maintenance services at their Tuesday night meeting.
    The commissioners also voted to appoint a review board for the purpose of analyzing applicants for Quincy’s city manager position, and Fire Chief Scott Haire was added to the Fire and Police Pension Board.