MOULTRIE — Officials cut the ribbon on the Mental Health Services Center, 615 N. Main St., Tuesday. Front row, from the left are Bob Jones, executive director, Georgia Pines Community Service Board; Frank Berry, commissioner, Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Development Disorders; Judy Payne, COO, Turning Point Hospital; Lynn Wilson, chairperson, mental health committee of Healthy Colquitt County; Charleen Allen, Georgia Pines staff; Denise Bell, chairperson, clinical needs working group of mental health committee; and Jim Matney, CEO, Colquitt Regional Medical Center. After a hiatus of about two years, mental health services resumed at the facility thanks to a partnership between Georgia Pines, Colquitt Regional Medical Center and Turning Point. Such services became a focus of the mental health committee shortly after its founding.
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A suspect who claimed self-defense in a deadly shooting April 28 has been charged with murder.
Intruder with knife attacks elderly resident
A man accused of stealing a pack of cigarettes after attacking the resident with a knife and a Moultrie man accused of trying to outrun police with four children in a car were among those arrested over the weekend by local law enforcement.
1921 murder brings Texas woman to Pavo
Many law enforcement agencies honor their fallen comrades on or about May 15, proclaimed since 1962 as National Peace Officers Memorial Day. But more than two weeks earlier, a Pavo native who died on duty in Memphis, Tenn., received recognition from an unlikely source: the family of the man who killed him.
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Colquitt Regional Medical Center’s Radiology Department recently received reaccreditation from the Mammography Quality Standards Act (MQSA).
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