In a heated discussion about prior acts evidence following jury selection, defense attorney Alan David Tucker said that without the admittance of a controversial group of prior acts evidence, they could try the case in 30 minutes. As it is, however, Judge David Cavender allowed eight of the …
Early voting in the runoff for the Brunswick City Commission’s North Ward seat began Monday and will continue through Nov. 27.
Local hairdresser Jimmy Van Boxel has always had a love for competition, but his recent trip to the Hairdressing World Championship in Paris r…
Two Sterling Elementary School children were not seriously hurt early Monday morning when the school bus they were riding in was rear-ended by…
Robert had lost nearly everything long before a group of men attacked him in the woods and stole what little he had left.
Hank Staley’s parents thought he was back in his room at their home in Brunswick, maybe even studying on this Tuesday night in November.
Georgia treats 17-year-olds like adults when it comes to criminal matters, but is one of only three states that still do so — most 17-year-old…
With the end of the calendar year coming, the city of Brunswick has a full agenda for Wednesday’s city commission meeting at Old City Hall.
Heather Harp’s only lament Thursday was that her students weren’t there to join in the celebration.
It likely comes as little surprise that the response to pollution released from the wreck of the M/V Golden Ray made the Georgia Water Coaliti…
The two-woman staff at Keep Golden Isles Beautiful plans to do this Saturday what has never been done before.
During a busy day on Capitol Hill the U.S. Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee approved nearly two dozen bills, including le…
- Coroner: Port worker dies in vehicle mishap
- On fateful night, young teen made a mad dash for life
- Five teens injured in Saturday crash
- Golden Ray cleanup commands unified response
- Evidence issues delay two homicide cases
- Glynn Academy educator named county's Teacher of the Year
- Schools Chief: Children not hurt when school bus hit
- Court allows gender bias claims against Darien Police to continue
- Southeast Georgia prominent in ‘Dirty Dozen’ water pollution list
- Study shows potential for downtown Brunswick