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Warner Robins Police Reflect on 2012

Warner Robins Police Reflect on 2012

 

New Year Begins on Sour Note for Pets in Need

New Year Begins on Sour Note for Pets in Need

There is an old cliche: No good deed goes unpunished. When area residents try to do the right thing by helping a lost, injured or distressed animal, that old cliche can become all too true.

In recent months, several dogs and cats have been helped by Good Samaritans who reached out instinctively to help. For them, the priority is to handle the immediate need, and worry about the rest later.

Several area animals are in need of broader assistance from the public, however. They were taken in off busy streets, found wandering and lost in the neighborhood, injured in accidents or are simply excess baggage for an uncaring family.

Chamber Hosts Ribbon Cutting for Longtime Community Servant

Chamber Hosts Ribbon Cutting for Longtime Community Servant

WARNER ROBINS, GA- The Robins Regional Chamber of Commerce recently hosted a ribbon cutting/dedication ceremony for Keep Warner Robins Beautiful’s newest Road Beautification Project, Unity Park.

Located at the intersection of Corder Road and Leverette Road, Unity Park represents a collaborative effort of Keep Warner Robins Beautiful, the City of Warner Robins and the Houston County Board of Commissioners.

Charles K. Shaheen, Mayor of Warner Robins spoke briefly as did Tommy Stalnaker, Chairman of Houston County Board of Commissioners before presenting a plaque of dedication to Jack H. Steed, Chairman of KWRB.

“Because of his tireless commitment to the beautification of this community, we are proud to dedicate this park in honor of Jack H. Steed,” said Chairman Tommy Stalnaker.  “No one deserves it more than him.”

The site serves as a symbol of appreciation to our men and women of the Armed Forces.

Four Cell Towers Added in Central Georgia

Four Cell Towers Added in Central Georgia

AT&T announced Wednesday that the company added four new cell sites to Central Georgia.

According to a news release, the cell towers are located in Kathleen, Bonaire and Gordon.

The new cell sites should strengthen mobile coverage.

 

'Feed the City' Accepting Food Donations During Holidays

'Feed the City' Accepting Food Donations During Holidays

An organization that has helped 50,000 people since 1997 is accepting donations through the holidays.

Feed the City Awareness Week is a time when individuals can donate and help support the organization, according to a news release.

 Feed the City was founded by Bishop Jeff Poole of New Hope International and has grown into a community-driven organization.

On Saturday, Nov. 17, the organization will provide a Thanksgiving meal and supplies to anyone in need. That's from 8 a.m. until noon.

Donation dropoff points:

 

*Curves in Warner Robins

Chamber Welcomes Southeast Restoration Group with a Ribbon Cutting

Chamber Welcomes Southeast Restoration Group with a Ribbon Cutting

WARNER ROBINS, GA- The Robins Regional Chamber of Commerce welcomed Southeast Restoration Group to the Robins Region with a Ribbon Cutting.

Located in Byron at 165 Tower Center Drive, Southeast Restoration Group was founded by Ben Looper in 1999 in Canton, GA.  With its home office still located in Canton today, SRG is a full service licensed general contractor that provides emergency services, structural repairs, and new construction, with an emphasis on insurance repair claims.

Animal Control Officer Gets Citizen's Praise

Animal Control Officer Gets Citizen's Praise

Another officer making a positive impact!  Thank you for sharing your story with us!

"Officer Greg Langston is an amazing human being.  I wanted to let someone know how much we appreciate him.