Ghosts Perform Suprise Renovations At Local Church

Staff Writer: Logan Haines A group of three teenage boys was arrested early last June. The boys ranging from 13-15 are accused of breaking into Faith Family Church, vandalizing the property, and theft of allocations. Certain samples of graffiti painted along the interior of the church possibly link the delinquents with an Atlanta based Prison […]

Routine Traffic Stop Turns Meth Bust

Staff Writer: Grace Dembickie   When driver Richard Paul Lindsey failed to pull over for an officer trying to make a traffic stop on Bells Ferry, the situation quickly took a turn for the worse as Lindsey gave police a run for his money by fleeing from the law. As the officer attempted to pull […]

The Traffic We Should Really Be Concerned About

Staff Writer: Arie Mitchell When most people hear the word “traffic” they imagine themselves sitting in their car on the highway. They do not think about the illegal kind of trafficking; the trafficking that takes lives and innocence. Human trafficking is the illegal transportation of people from one area to another, usually relating to forced […]

Changing the World One Moment at a Time

Staff Writer: Mayson Cambron People are constantly saying that they wish the world was a better place. In today’s age, shootings feel commonplace. Natural disasters continue to occur. Terrorism is real. People all around the world are hurting; there is no denying that there is a need for more love, kindness and light. With this […]

The Traffic We Should Really Be Concerned About

When will this devastating practice end?

The Best Night of the Week

Staff Writer: Mayson Cambron High school students from across the county gather together to grow in their friendships and in their faith at an event called Epicenter. From 6:30-8 p.m. every Wednesday, the First Baptist Church of Woodstock Warehouse overflows with young people eager to worship and dive into the Word. A typical night looks […]

Woodstock Extends Moratorium on Single-Family Apartments

Staff Writer: Sam Snyder Downtown Woodstock, with an unbalanced number of apartments, have decided to put a moratorium on the growth of single-family apartments. This means that they are going to extend the stoppage of building apartments in Downtown Woodstock to balance out the population growth because of all the apartments.    Woodstock population has […]