Willie Johnson

...October 8, 2014. Funeral services will be held on Sunday, October 12, 2014, at Friendship Baptist Church at 490 M. L. King, Jr., Dr., N.W. in Crawfordville, GA. The remains will be in-state at 12:00 p.m. Final arrangements have...


...Party(s): Richmond County 17.-NA-1014-1634 M.L. KING JR. BOULEVARD-MAP 059-3, PARCEL 417-Owner(s...Party(s): Richmond County 4.-NA-954-22118 M.L. KING, JR. BOULEVARD-MAP 072-2, PARCEL 179-Owner(s...

File #-- 137 Map/Parcel Number: 058-4-358-00-0 Defendant(s) in FiF...

...herein by this reference, described in Deed Book 23B, Page 290, and in Deed Book 66, Page 771, known as 2015 1/2 M L King Jr Boulevard. Years Due: 2012-2014 July 9, 16, 23, 30, 2015 Ad #16667903

Myra Reese

...The wake will be Sunday, Oct. 27, 2013 from 4pm - 6pm at Elizabeth's Chapel, Alfonso Dawson Mortuary, 3000 M L King, Jr. Dr. SW, Atlanta, Georgia 30311 404-691-3810.

Rants and Raves

...night, maybe you need to stay at home. I do not appreciate four lights coming at me on the dark road. THE REV. M.L. KING JR. said, "Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter." The Rev. King would surely...

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Georgia Playoffs

...Robins Class AAAA Statesboro at Ware County St. Pius X vs. Mays Bainbridge at Troup Tucker at McNair South Forsyth at M.L. King, Jr. Thomas County Central at Thomson Westlake at Marist Woodward Academy at Shaw Class AAA Laney at Thomasville Carrollton...

High school
Eight area players selected All-State

...Sr.; RB Xavier Bacon, Northside-Warner Robins, Sr.; ATH Wade Brogdon, Brookwood, Sr.; RB Mack Brown, M.L. King, Jr.; RB Ryan Boykin, Etowah, Sr.; LB Mike Gilliard, Valdosta, Sr.; OL Andre Harris, Lovejoy, Sr.; DL Dumaldis...

High school
Why prepare, if you have faith?

...under God insists on sincere efforts to walk in God's steps. Civil rights advocates who welcomed the leadership of M.L. King Jr. prayed that God's way would prevail. This entailed rejecting violence, vengeance and unforgiveness as acceptable...

Remembering the dream

Nearly two weeks before an assassin's bullet tore from the country one of its most powerful civil rights leaders, Augustans came face to face with the man whose plea for nonviolent change became the battle cry for those who joined his crusade. Several churches and groups will honor the memory of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday's national holiday of his birth. April 4 marks the 30th anniversary of his death. On March 23, 1968, more than 3,000 people crowded inside and outside of Beulah Grove Baptist Church, waiting more than four hours for Dr. King to arrive.

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Church bulletin

The Bulletin is a listing of church- and temple-related events. Items run as space allows. Send information to: The Bulletin, The Augusta Chronicle, P.O. Box 1928, Augusta, GA 30903-1928. Mark your information to the attention of Virginia Norton. Send a fax by calling 722-7403. Deadline is noon Monday before publication. You may also call Info Line at 442-4444, ext. 6400. Special speakers STEPHEN LYNN: 11 a.m. Sunday, Jan. 25, First Baptist Church of Thomson. DR. JERRY GARRARD: 10 a.m. Sunday, Feb. 1, In Focus Church.

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