Teachers, pets, family, school — all were among the reasons kindergarteners at Frederica Academy were thankful on Tuesday.
As everyone sits down to turkey, dressing, gravy, string-bean casserole and the like, dang if the alarm doesn’t start blaring.
Chad McCracken won’t get much sleep this week, but that doesn’t seem to bother him.
Thanksgiving is a time when the community comes together and reflects on why it is thankful.
The Glynn Community Crisis Center has served the Golden isles since 1983 with the free, confidential services it provides to victims of domest…
The Operation Christmas Child project holds a special place in Brenda Clifton’s heart.
Today’s veteran: Mary Owens, 98
The state and Federal Emergency Management Agency disaster relief center at Ballard Park is scheduled to close today.
The Salvation Army will disperse its red kettle bell ringers Friday, signaling the start of the Christmas shopping season.
Dogs don’t judge. Dogs only listen.
Zane Lee wasted little time reaching the highest rank among sporting clay shooters.
Members of the Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax 2016 oversight committee Monday sent a resolution to the Glynn County Commission, asking…
U.S. Rep. Buddy Carter, R-1, met with several optometrists from around Southeast Georgia on Monday to talk about a bill he is sponsoring, the …
With the Republican gubernatorial primary heating up, Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle stopped at King & Prince Seafood on a chilly Monday afternoon t…
The Jekyll Island Authority Board received a briefing Wednesday on the Merry Shrimpmas festival planned for this weekend.
Atlanta area fugitive could be hiding out locally
Coast Guard rescues kayakers off Jekyll
Among reports filed with police:
Children dream many dreams. It is rare, however, that any of these fantasies are realized. Bur for a group of dancers, their vision is about t…
Todd Thompson decided not to be hasty with any changes to the RSM Classic when he assumed the role as tournament director earlier this year.
Seven of the businesses the Mainland Planning Commission approved site plans for at its Tuesday meeting are “reconsidering their commitment to…
While most people are busy making happy memories during Thanksgiving week, law enforcement officials will be patrolling roadways to prevent sa…
It is not every day that you find yourself on a shrimp boat, peering in at the underside of a shrimp to see what sort of reproductive organs i…
A group of Goodyear Elementary School students spent the semester learning to be skilled readers. They also were told, often, that good reader…
A 47-year-old man was struck and killed by a pickup truck Sunday night as he walked along the median on a darkened stretch of U.S. Highway 17 …
A St. Simons Island man answering a knock at his door Sunday afternoon was met by a gun to his head, at which point the intruder demanded to k…
Jobs bounce back after hurricane slump
Any of the hungry customers who’ve stopped by Indigo Coastal Shanty in Brunswick recently probably haven’t noticed many changes, but that’s th…
All seemed normal when Ron Reigner arrived at Goodyear Elementary School Thursday afternoon.
“Frustration and anger” were what led Glynn County Commissioner Peter Murphy to leave the commission’s meeting chambers Thursday after motions…
- Cop: Armed robber takes pot, cash from St. Simons home
- Man walking in median on U.S. 17 struck, killled
- Canal Crossing businesses reconsidering due to sewer tap-in fees
- Arrest made in Halloween shooting
- County commissioner walks out of meeting
- MPC approves site plans on Canal Road
- Cops: man sleeping at drive-through caught with cocaine
- New Indigo owner hopes to keep the same flavor
- Kirstie Bailey
- Modest vessel Kit Jones left big wake in coastal Georgia history
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