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This week

This week

Get more of everything in this week's edition of The Brantley Enterprise, Brantley County's favorite newspaper since 1920! More pages, more color, more news. On newsstands countywide Wednesday.…

Charlton hospital committee wants $50K study, but has no money

Charlton hospital committee wants $50K study, but has no money

They know what they want,  but they don’t know how to pay for it. The Charlton Medical Services Committee (CMSC) heard a presentation at their third meeting last Wednesday by…

Injuries mount for Eagles

It has nothing to do with being patriotic, although Georgia Southern coach Jeff Monken joked about the red, white and blue jerseys at practice Monday as advance tribute to Military…

ABAC welcomes fall with corn maze, pumpkin patch

ABAC welcomes fall with corn maze, pumpkin patch

A corn maze and a pumpkin patch – two staples of Autumn, are set to open to the public in Tifton. The Georgia Museum of Agriculture and Historic Village at…

St. Marys Railroad to begin passenger excursions

St. Marys Railroad to begin passenger excursions

As a child, Paul Pleasant used to wake up his parents early. He cried because he couldn’t see the L&N train rumble past their backyard in Milton, Fla. They moved…

Jekyll Island lawsuit can end state government’s lawsuit protection

One legal tool used by advocates for the environment, prisoners and other activist groups could disappear depending on the outcome of a case the Georgia Supreme Court heard Monday. The…

The fatal mistake that doomed BlackBerry

The fatal mistake that doomed BlackBerry

Beleaguered gadgetmaker BlackBerry said on Monday that it’s signed a tentative agreement to be purchased by a group led by Canadian holding company Fairfax Financial in a $4.7 billion deal. The transaction,…

U.S. House panel rejects proposal to federalize Florida-Georgia water dispute

U.S. House panel rejects proposal to federalize Florida-Georgia water dispute

Oysters in Northwest Florida are dying off from a lack of fresh water and the oyster industry is struggling because of it. Much of the freshwater that would normally flow…