The following information is gleaned from incident reports, which are public record, from the Jones County Sheriff’s Department and Gray Police Department Nov. 2-6, 2018.
Many imaginative carvings were on display during the 12th annual Chaptacular Chainsaw Carving Bash hosted by the Nelson family on Hungerford Road last weekend.
The loss of Georgia Supreme Court Chief Justice Harris Hines, who died in a recent auto accident, was felt across the state, including Jones County.
The City of Gray Fire Department hosted LPG gas training for firefighters from surrounding counties Nov.
A defendant in a murder case, who was out on bond in two counties when arrested, was surprisingly in court asking to be released on another bond. Superior Court Judge
The Jones County School System honored all of its teachers with the annual Teacher of the Year ceremony, and a middle school teacher was selected for the top honor. The
Jones County’s results for the Nov. 6 election were very similar to the early statewide reports, although those reports appeared slow coming in for some areas of the state. Jones
A chainsaw may not spring to mind when thinking about a life-saving device, but the Chaptacular Chainsaw Carving Bash could change that. The 12th annual Chaptacular event will take place
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