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Poor Sen. Saxby Chambliss: “We’ve got nowhere to eat”

U.S. lawmakers have been deluged by calls from constituents in the past few weeks, urging them to help avert a shutdown or stand firm against the health-care law. Todays callers…

Alma’s new ‘doctor’ investigated by state medical board

Doug Sturlingh of Clearwater, Florida recently relocated to Alma to offer his services as a ”holistic healer”. The Brooklyn native has been busy drumming up business, even advertising in another…

Where did all the Charlton hospital money go?

The recent disclosure that Charlton Memorial Hospital failed to pay over $600,000 in payroll taxes has led to more scrutiny on the medical facility’s other finances — including over $2.6…

Love to write?

The Brantley Enterprise seeks talented feature writers who can also take interesting photographs to accompany their stories. If you’re creative and love to write but disciplined enough to meet deadlines…

Folkston businessman charged with insurance fraud

A Folkston businessman has been charged with insurance fraud after filing claims in the name of unsuspecting policy holders. An investigation conducted by the Georgia State Board of Workers’ Compensation’s…

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What federal government shutdown means for Georgia

More than 77,000 executive branch civilian workers in Georgia could be furloughed if the federal governmentpartially shuts down at midnight on Tuesday. Although the government will not halt altogether, this…

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