Brunswick High students and facility members lined up outside the school to send off the girls basketball team Friday on their way to Carrollton for the Class 6A state semifinals.
In a matchup of size versus shooting, the Pirates brought both to their Class 6A state quarterfinal game Tuesday at Brunswick Square Garden.
The Southeast Georgia Health Systems held its 2023 Bridge Run on Saturday, Feb. 18.
Dozens of golf carts decorated for Christmas did a double lap along Mallery Street through the pier village Saturday during the annual Christmas parade. Elvis drove one and several dogs were front seat passengers in others. And kids collected candy tossed to the sides like it was Halloween r…
Hundreds crowded onto the St. Simons Island pier Saturday to greet Santa as he arrived on a Brunswick Bar Pilots boat. The pilot boat rounded the south tip of the island about 2 p.m. and delivered Santa Claus who climbed the ladder to greet the crowd. He posed for some on the pier before wal…
Brunswick Public Works employees started early Tuesday morning assembling a Christmas tree in Queen Square in preparation for a tree lighting festival on Friday, ringing in the Christmas season in Brunswick.
PorchFest 2022 brought many to the historic downtown neighborhoods of Brunswick on Sunday afternoon.
Glynn County is under a tornado watch while steady rain and stiff winds are expected to prevail throughout the day today as Tropical Storm Nicole approaches. That didn't stop residents of the Golden Isles from taking the beaches, however.
As usual, a tropical storm, Nicole in this case, offered surfers a rare opportunity Wednesday morning. The waves were impressive looking but only a few of the regular surfers tried riding them because of strong winds and currents. Cannon Gould and Robbie Copper paddled out from 2nd Street on…
A total lunar eclipse, the last until 2025, took place early Tuesday morning. The celestial event started around 4 a.m. but only a sliver remains about 5 a.m. Only a small white glow remained a few minutes later as the blood moon turned fully red at the eclipse's totality at 5:59 a.m.
One of the enduring traditions of the Brunswick Exchange Club Fair is inviting local students to partake in the fair during the day. Kindergartners flocked to the fairgrounds Wednesday to ride the rides, play games and enjoy all the fair has to offer.
Raphael Warnock made a campaign stop through Brunswick on Tuesday evening.
Several dozen gathered in a vacant lot at the corner of Albany and G streets today to remember Ahmaud Arbery and the journey to securing justice for his murder.
Brunswick High’s state champion high jumper Riyon Rankin earned The News’ inaugural Coastal Georgia Athlete of the Year award. In addition to his role on the BHS basketball team, Rankin recorded a high jump of 7-1 this past season, which was the highest in the state of Georgia since 2013.
The Brunswick High girls basketball team took a momentary break from its own summer circuit to host their annual youth camp at the high school Monday and Tuesday.
If the smiling faces and gleeful shouts leaving the Brunswick High field house was any indication, a new generation of Pirates was born Friday at the team’s All-Star Youth Football Camp.
The United States declared itself a country free of subjugation on July 4, 1776. The Emancipation Proclamation was issued Jan. 1, 1863. But it wasn’t until June 19, 1865 that more than 250,000 enslaved African Americans were freed by executive decree — a day that came to be known as Juneteenth.
For 41 years, Robert Sapp has passed his expansive love and knowledge of the sport of baseball on to youngsters all over the state.
For more than 30 years now, the Marshes of Glynn Girl Scouts has provided young campers with a summer escape where they can develop important life skills in a safe, fun environment.
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