Today's News

  • Play ball! Opening day for Munroe baseball set

    The Robert F. Munroe Bobcat Baseball teams will begin their 2014 season with an opening day ceremony Saturday, Feb. 2, at Bradford May Field. The activities will start at 2 p.m. and include team skills competitions, a Red and Gray inter-squad game, fan participation events and an alumni game. The RFM Baseball Boosters will also serve catfish dinners from 4 to 6 p.m. All proceeds will support the needs of Bobcat Baseball. One upcoming project will be the construction of a new covered batting and practice facility scheduled to be built in early February. 

  • West Gadsden Panthers rout Rickards Raiders


    Times Sports Correspondent 

    This past Saturday night, West Gadsden and Rickards went head to head in Greensboro. Both teams came out and displayed an extreme look of focus during their pregame warm-up drills. Though it was an away game for them, the Raiders had a good number of fans in attendance.


  • District tourneys ahead for girls high school basketball countywide


    Times Sports Correspondent



    The East Gadsden Jaguars loped through contests with Lincoln and then Port St. Joe in their final regular season contests last week to run their record to an impressive 17-6. 

  • County to aid Midway


    Times Correspondent

  • Police nab Grinchy suspects

    The Quincy Police Department investigated a noticeably larger number of burglaries during the months of November and December. This period is typically marked by higher reports of thefts and burglaries due to the vast amount of holiday shopping by consumers. 

  • Jaguars win close game


    Times Sports Correspondent

    This past Thursday night the Jaguars jumped out to a 6-0 lead at home against the Seminoles in the first few minutes of the first quarter. Jaguars Head Coach Bobby Parrish said, “This was the worst game we’ve played all year.”

  • FDLE probe clears official

    No charges will be filed related to an investigation into the Quincy city election this past April.

  • QPD investigates holiday burglaries

     The Quincy Police Department saw an increase in burglaries occurring during the month of December and is asking the public for help in solving these crimes. 

  • Danger signs?

    Carissa Jones lives out in the country. The Quincy resident has a few neighbors close by — a herd of cows among them. Other landmarks near her Flat Creek Road home include a silo and a time-weathered barn.

    But the down-home charm in her neighborhood has been marred by what some might consider a strictly inner-city blight: crude gang-style graffiti covering most of her home’s privacy fence.

  • Midway looks to county for planning help


    Times Correspondent

    A proposed inter-local agreement for Gadsden County to provide city planning services to the city of Midway raised debate at the Jan. 2 meeting of the Midway City Council. 

    The agreement would enable the county to assist a growth management department that is in a state of disarray. Councilwoman Allean Robinson was opposed to the proposition.