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Brunswick gets $6,000 grant for Colonial era burial ground signs

BRUNSWICK, GA. | The Historic Preservation Fund has awarded $6,000 to Brunswick for signs at the Wright Square burial ground on the former Glynn Middle School property, the Georgia Historic…

‘Operation Summer Storm’ nets seven drug arrests in Alma

Seven people are in jail and three more arrest warrants have been issued in what is considered one of the largest drug sweeps conducted by the Alma Police Department in…

St. Simons pier to close at noon July 4 in preparation for fireworks

Glynn County police will block public parking in the pier area of the St. Simons Island commercial village at 2 a.m. Thursday in preparation for the July 4 fireworks display…

Western wildfires reminiscent of SE Georgia

Many firefighters and forest rangers here in South Georgia know exactly how dangerous wildfires can be. In the past six years two massive wildfires – the one in Waycross in…

Military hearing begins for man accused of killing pregnant wife

FORT STEWART, GA. | A military hearing for a soldier accused of killing his pregnant wife is set to begin at Fort Stewart near Hinesville, Ga.  jacksonville.com.…

Funeral notice: Michael Stone, 57

Waynesville — Michael “Mike” Dean Stone, 57, of Waynesville passed away Sunday, June 30, 2013, at his residence following a brief illness. Born in Waycross his parents are Henry and…

Student loan rates double after Senate rejects compromise

The subsidized interest rate on Stafford student loans doubled Monday, following top Senate Democrats’ rejection of a bipartisan compromise supported by the president. via Yep, student loans just doubled |…

Gasoline prices fall 7 cents per gallon in Georgia

Average retail gasoline prices in Georgia have fallen 7 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $3.34 per gallon yesterday, according to GasBuddy's daily survey of 5,883 gas outlets…

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