And other summaries of recent rulings from Georgia's highest court
OWENS V. URBINA (S14A1334)
Under a ruling today by the Supreme Court of Georgia, a man who pleaded guilty to a reduced charge after he was indicted for sexually abusing a little girl will not have to register as a sex offender.
The high court is upholding the judgment of a Fulton County court judge, who ruled earlier this year that Mario Urbina of Muscogee County does not need to register as a sex offender because
The Sharptop Arts Association has recently installed a new and enthusiastic board of directors who have big plans for 2015 – but they want your input as they move forward.
The 2015 Sharptop board wants to keep what’s working, retool what’s not and use creative thinking -along with your valued opinions - to develop new programs, events and other elements that will better represent the unique makeup of Pickens County.
More supplies and donations needed
Donald Brown remains in good spirits despite setbacks in his recovery. His wife Brandy, and children Layce and Nathaniel offer support.
Scam calls range from free offers to request for someone to “confirm” financial information
Last week Glenda Grimmett was working in her Brooks Hollow office when she recieved a phone call from a man saying he was with the IRS.
“He has a real thick foreign accent and he gave me his badge number and said he works with the IRS,” Grimmett recalled. “He then told me they had done an audit and discovered a large
The competition cheerleaders placed 4th in Region 7-AAAA on Saturday. This qualifies them for State Sectionals on Friday in Columbus.