- October 22, 1966 was just like any other fall night in Tallahassee. Robert and Helen Sims sat in their Muriel Court home with their youngest daughter Joy, waiting for the two eldest daughters to get back from babysitting.
- The off again on again rain may have put a damper on downtown Thomasville but not on the attitudes of those who still came out to enjoy the last day of the 94th Rose Show and Festival.
- ATLANTA (AP) -- Popular ride-hailing firms like Uber and Lyft are fighting lawsuits in Atlanta and other cities from cab drivers, taxi and limousine companies that claim the techno upstarts are siphoning off passengers and profits by skirting safety regulations.
- At a celebration in Willis Park this afternoon, the City of Bainbridge recognized and showed its appreciation to Mr. C.A. “Bullet” Rykard of Hahira for the restoration of its Civil War cannon.
- The promoters of an event billed as "Freaknik" are calling off their annual gathering at Panama City Beach due to the public's reaction to events that happened during the recent spring break.
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