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School district hosts vaccine clinics for all staff

Erin Ross, a special education teacher at Satilla Marsh Elementary, will not sugarcoat the truth. This school year has had its challenges. Read more

Health system offering vaccine clinics, criteria for eligibility expand today

Criteria expands today for those eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine in Georgia. Read more

Links president appointed to state health equity council

The Georgia Department of Public Health appointed one of Brunswick’s own to the newly created COVID-19 Health Equity Council. Read more

Courts set to resume jury trials

The Georgia Supreme Court lifted COVID-related restrictions on jury trials Tuesday, clearing the way for jury selections to resume. Read more

Lifting of COVID restrictions in other states has commissioners reconsidering alcohol delivery

Glynn County commissioners are unsure if the county should move forward with a proposed alcohol delivery ordinance. Read more

Coastal Health District looks back on one year of COVID

On March 2, 2020, Gov. Brian Kemp announced the first two cases of COVID-19 had been diagnosed in Georgia, both Fulton County residents. Read more